We like to think Londonist readers are a sharp-eyed, savvy bunch — certainly that's the case for one John Westbrooke.
John sent us in this picture he took of a westbound bus stop outside the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
Can you spot what's irking him/us about it?
Bingo. It's labelled 'National Wartime Museum'... but hang on — what's the National Wartime Museum when it's at home? National Maritime Museum — yes, and that would make the most sense, as the bus stop's right outside. London also has an Imperial War Museum, Churchill War Rooms and National Army Museum — although if you alight in Greenwich for any of these, you've got a long march ahead of you.
Perhaps the closest match we can find to the bus stop's label is the National War Museum... but that's in Edinburgh — definitely a schlep too far.
If that's not enough to suggest the TfL's labelling department has made a one-off boo boo, check out the bus stop on the other side of the road (from where John took his photo):
As Google shows us in blurred, but not uncertain, terms this bus stop is for National Maritime Museum. Therefore its cousin across the way is totally telling porkies.