Just how far underground are we?
Driverless, with air con and no individual carriages. Coming to a station near you in 2022.
Used any of London’s many modes of public transport before? You’ll totally identify with this collection of the most commonly found travellers. In no particular order…
The London Underground: Where circles aren’t circles.
A message claiming that there is a high risk of a terror attack on London’s underground network has gone viral. The police say it’s rubbish.
“Can you move down, please?” How about NO.
The quote is from the 2009 film World’s Greatest Dad.
You’ll be able to use your contactless debit or credit card to travel around London. No more Oyster, no more travelcards.
This is odd, but cute. Three pictures of these women – taken by different people – have cropped up on social media in the past year.
Ugh, they all kind of suck, actually.
This is what you miss when you stare at your shoes on the Tube.
As tested on a brand new iPhone.
It’s possible TFL annoys people.
Transport for London won’t legally give you the station after this quiz, by the way. Sorry.
Transport for London has said only 3% of people use ticket offices. But that number is very, very wrong.
We’ve got 48 hours of this.
“Have a brighter start to the day.”
Please mind the didgeridoo.
Ancient Japan meets modern London, with beautiful results.
Hint: there’ll be at least one of these in every carriage.
No, I will not move down the carriage.
This train terminates at extreme self-loathing.
Stopping at all stations via Disappointment, Tourist Hell and Grey Conformity.
Featuring rat catchers, “fluffers”, and of course strikes. Have a look at our series from the earliest days here.
Maybe the concept sounded better on paper?
In celebration of the tube’s 150th birthday, Brendan Doherty has photographed Londoners on the underground. Via Camden Collective.
Just so you know, this post features quite a lot of people in queues.
Do you know that if your journey is 15 minutes late, you are entitled to a refund? YES. YOU REALLY ARE.