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I was lucky enough to have the chance to take a ride on a Mail Rail train specially converted for passengers. At Mount Pleasant, you enter what feels a lot like a normal Tube platform, but the tunnels at each end are smaller, reducing to 7ft (2.1m)
There are understood to be 32 ghost stations across London's underground network, abandoned over the years as lines were diverted or the number of passengers passing through dwindled. Like Brompton Road, many of the stations have links to the Second
27 February 2014 16 shares 1 View comments This is the horrific moment a commuter celebrating her birthday loses her arm after being pushed in front of a train by a man who ran laughing from the scene...The attacker, who targeted Maria da Conceicao
24 February 2014 7 shares 7 View comments For fed-up commuters who must choose between being squashed against a door or swinging from a metal bar, this may just be the answer. An ingenious train traveller took the problem of a lack of seating on the
This pool would be situated at Blackfriars Bridge, close to a proposed super sewer vent Architects Studio Octopi, the designers behind the scheme say the 25metre pools, would offer users a place to exercise, but would also provide a ' habitat for
Services resume ahead of union talks Tube services are returning to normal after a 48-hour strike over planned job cuts and ticket office closures caused chaos for London commuters...Transport for London has said the proposals, which would lead to
A Metropolitan Police helicopter photograph of a congested Trafalgar Square during rush hour Keeping order: A police officer helps commuters to board buses at King's Cross station during the strike We want no more stunts or PR baloney from Boris.
Remember the Roaring Twenties, when the future looked like Metropolis and cities were going to become battalions of marching skyscrapers? In these colorful 1920s ads for the London Underground, trains never felt so much like the transport of tomorrow.
London Underground action enters second morning Many stations across the city, like Waterloo, were crowded with passengers on Wednesday Londoners are facing a second morning of Tube disruption as strike action over planned job cuts and ticket office
London is bracing for the impact of a major strike by transit workers that began this evening, and will shut down most of its metro system until Friday morning. Transport for London, which runs the Tube, will try to keep some lines running during the