James Whatley likes to take photos of the London Underground when it’s deserted, with surprisingly powerful results.
100 years ago a designer reimagined the London Underground map, with spectacular results.
Clapham South staff aren’t happy about plans to close their ticket office.
Photographer Bob Mazzer has been documenting the London Underground for 40 years.
Sherlock returned with a London Underground story. But the real mystery was how the transport network fitted together. Warning: contains spoilers.
And it features Boris Johnson battling Bob Crow to save the Tube.
Stopping at all stations via “WTF?!”.
London life will never be the same. Although some bits will be similar.
Transport for London are making enormous changes to the way the tube works. We’re up all night to get home in a more efficent manner.
The bad news is that a lot of fake signs are circulating Twitter this morning. The good news is that you can make your own fake ones to fool everybody.
Drum roll please.
Take a bow, Earls Court sign-writing person.
Uncannily like the real-life Tube.
The London Underground Roundel is over a century old.
Finding animalsontheundeground will be your new favourite commuting pastime.
And you thought that the tube was there to get you from A to B
It’s a new effort via the Mayor’s Office dubbed “Poetiquette.” Somewhere, Lord Tennyson is smirking.
Do you know your Charing Cross from your King’s Cross? Find out here.
Transport could have been so different.
We don’t know about you, but we’re so Jubilee Line.
Creator James Wannerton has been working on the project for 49 years.
It’s like the tube, but your phone works and you can drive.
The early days of the tube. Via Museum of London.
Please mind the gap. And the mob of pandas.
Londoners will appreciate this. By Ben Salter.