Both the London Underground and Overground have been given a floral makeover, all in honour of London Poppy Day (that's 31 October, FYI). In partnership with the Royal British Legion, which aims to make this year's event the biggest one-day street fundraiser of its kind in the UK, Transport for London has adorned 25 of its stations with poppy roundels.
Up for a seasonal roundel ramble? You can find them at the following stations: Baker Street, Balham, Bethnal Green, Bounds Green, Camden Road, Canary Wharf, Colindale, Dalston Junction, Dalston Kingsland, Edmonton Green, Forest Hill, Hackney Downs, Highams Park, Hoxton, Kings Cross St Pancras, London Bridge, Seven Sisters, Shepherds Bush, Shoreditch High Street, St James's Park, Walthamstow Central, Westminster, West Croydon, West Hampstead and Willesden Junction.
Transport for London is also marking London Poppy Day with a floral fleet of buses like the one below. You should also keep an eye out of poppy-adorned Santander Cycles.
Oh, and you might even hear a very familiar voice on your evening commute, as specially recorded customer announcements from 2016 Britain's Got Talent winner Lance Corporal Richard Jones and all-round national treasure Stephen Fry blast out from the speakers.
Armed forces reservists and veterans employed by TfL are collecting donations all day throughout the network. If you don't have cash on you, you can also donate to the Poppy Appeal here.