The queue to get into Barbican's Rain Room exhibition in 2012. Photo: Maki Aoyama
Braving the rain to queue for the last of the 2012 Free Range shows at the Truman Brewery. Photo: World of Tim
Hardy tourists determined to see the Tower of London in August 2014. Photo: DAVE
Even the cyclists queue up in London. Photo: psyxjaw
Queuing for the bus in Marble Arch. Photo: Dave McGowan
Cabbies in a queue. Photo: James Offer
Sometimes it's just quicker to walk. Photo: q...
Open House Weekend always generates long queues. This was the one to get into the Bank of England in September 2013. Photo: Michael Goldrei
...and this is the queue for access to the Leadenhall Building during Open House 2014. Photo: Andrew Smith
Stencilled street art of a bus stop queue. Photo: Annie
The queue to get into the Sherlock Holmes pub near Charing Cross on New Year's Eve 2011. Photo: World of Tim
A minature queue at Liverpool Street station. Oh, if only it was that empty when we travel through in the morning. Photo: Wendy Dobing
There's nothing more British — or Londony — than a queue. Extra points if you're supping tea from a flask and discussing the weather while you do so. It's not just humans either; we've seen pictures of taxis, buses, ducks and even prams queuing. Here are some of the best.
Thanks to the following photographers for use of their images via the Londonist Flickr pool:
Andrew Smith, Annie, DAVE, Dave McGowan, James Offer, Maki Aoyama, Michael Goldrei, psyxjaw, q..., Wendy Dobing, World of Tim ( and again),
Last Updated 16 January 2015