From Dirty Dicks to the Rusty Bucket.
The purple line's etymology explained.
Next stop: etymology.
How did your bit of London get its name?
And how many can you still drink in?
A map of alternative names that were seriously considered.
The yellow spiral's names explained.
The green line's etymology.
From Amersham to Aldgate.
Can you name the two with animal connections?
The etymology of all 27 stations on the Jubilee line.
From the Ruislips to Epping.
Tube etymology on the Northern line.
Curious about your station name?
An incomplete but intriguing list.
And how old is the name?
Which came first?
There used to be two of them.
Where do canines come into it?
Have you already got a nickname in mind?
Nothing to do with the novelist.
Wouldn't Piccadilly be improved by a massive red nose?
The stories behind the strange names that adorn some of London's churches
Did you Savile Row is named after a woman?
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