London life will never be the same. Although some bits will be similar.
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.
Uncannily like the real-life Tube.
The London Underground Roundel is over a century old.
And you thought that the tube was there to get you from A to B
Do you know your Charing Cross from your King’s Cross? Find out here.
Transport could have been so different.
With thanks to the London Transport Museum.
We don’t know about you, but we’re so Jubilee Line.
It’s like the tube, but your phone works and you can drive.
Please mind the gap. And the mob of pandas.
This is the Northern Line. Calling at all stations via heartbreak.
Now here’s a sign to brighten your commute.
This is the most fantastic dog necklace I’ve ever seen. It puts the cone of shame to shame.
Small plastic bricks used in latest attempt to make London commute less harrowing.
But why is he looking so glum?
How expensive is your tube station?
Tube staff at Victoria Station are there to hold you.
Look at the image for long enough and you can make the train change direction simply by thinking about it. Freaky.
The station turned Art Deco to celebrate the release of the film.
If only real-life commuting could be this delightful.
Up early for the morning commute? Or travelling home after a long shift? Here’s some tips from @SleepyCommuters on how to take a snooze on the journey to and from the office.
The Tube is the smelly, dirty but incredibly useful heart of London. Here are a few things you might not know about it.
Sure…seems perfectly safe and reasonable. The K-E Diet will help you lose an obscene amount of weight in an even more obscene amount of time. The catch? You have to walk around with a tube up your nose — a tube that feeds you a constant drip of protein and fat — for the entire 10 days. Also, it gives you bad breath and constipation.