Something Fishy Volume 2

I’m now back at work and making absolutely no friends at my new office. Mainly because I spend my lunch break doing things like this. It’s a compulsion and I can’t make it stop. Popping into Liberty’s to buy chocolates: Working from home on our MacBook Pros: The news that a job vacancy has come […]

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I Saw Something Cool- London Transport Museum Posters

As part of the continued celebrations of the London Underground’s history, the London Transport Museum is currently exhibiting Poster Art 150 – London Underground’s Greatest Design – a collection of 150 commissioned posters for the Underground. It’s a great exhibition, albeit very narrow and – on a Sunday afternoon – very crowded, although only with […]

Vintage Ventures- Passing Brompton Road!

This post consists of the photos and directions from a walk around some of West London’s abandoned stations. As with the previous from Park to Palace walk, the directions in this walk that are blue are paraphrased from the outstanding book ‘Do Not Alight Here’ by Ben Pedroche. I’ve watered down his directions drastically, as […]

150 Years of The Underground Steam Train

During two weekends in January, TFL and the London Transport museum ran a Steam Train over some of the original sections of the Metropolitan line (and some of what is now the District & Circle lines) to celebrate the 150 year anniversary of what has today become the London Underground. The majority of runs of […]