As a disused Tube station is auctioned off, we take a look at what happens to London’s transport infrastructure when it is deemed surplus to requirements.
In which we tell our readers to ‘get lost’.
King’s Cross St Pancras contains a different type of transport diagram – a map to help you navigate its nine separate lifts.
A new restaurant in Putney will extend through ‘hidden vaults’ beneath Lower Richmond Road and out onto the embankment.
Discovered in the Thames: something older and more wooden than Syd Little.
Everyone loves a bit of underground London. Here are our ten favourite tunnels and catacombs beneath the city.
Plans to re-open the revolving restaurant at the top of the BT Tower have been quietly dropped.
Beneath the streets of Dalston, engineers are working to complete the Western Curve, a 350m tunnel that forms part of the East London line extension to Highbury & Islington. TfL invited us on a tour to see how things are progressing.
A warm welcome to the world of London blogging for Daniel Brackley, aka The Sewer Man. As a flusher for Thames Water, Daniel knows the feculent subterranean crannies of our city as well as anyone whose surname isn’t Bazalgette, and has acted as Londonist’s guide …
Open House, the ever-popular weekend event in which hundreds of normally private buildings in the capital are thrown open to the curious and the nosy, has come and gone. The main attraction this year was the BT Tower, open to the public for the first …
Readers with moleish tendencies will be excited to learn of a festival celebrating subterranean London. The main event and week-long exhibition kick off in the basement of Shoreditch Town Hall on 9 September, where ‘many of London’s underground secrets’ will be recreated by artists. A …