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An old version of London Underground's iconic "Mind the Gap" announcement will be restored at a Tube station, after the widow of the actor who recorded it asked for the chance to hear her husband's voice again. The wife of the late Oswald Laurence,
Suggested Topics London Underground and its contractors have been fined £300,000 after a maintenance wagon weighing 39-tonnes hurtled out of control through seven tube stations...During the incident a passenger train that was in front of the
Operators fined £300,000 The incident caused major disruption to Northern Line passengers Three transport companies have been fined £300,000 after a runaway train came within 2,000ft (600m) of crashing into a packed tube train.
London's underground Metropolitan or Met welcomes its first passengers. Within a month it would be welcoming 26,000 passengers a day. The East London Railway starts running steam trains through the Thames Tunnel. Built by Marc Brunel and his son
The underground's tiled stations probably inspired by the decor of public lavatories' were soon copied on the Paris Metro. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the first London underground line, the Metropolitan. The Met is being celebrated
Chris Jackson/Agence France-Presse Getty Images Prince Charles and his wife Camilla traveled on a London underground train from Farringdon to Kings Cross on Wednesday...The heir to the British throne hopped aboard on Wednesday for what was reported
The London Underground will run extended Tube services until 2am on Friday and Saturday evenings from 2015, it has been revealed today. TfL has reportedly fast-tracked proposals following the success of the Olympics timetable, when the Tube ran at
On January 10, 1863, the world's first underground train chugged between Paddington and Farringdon in London. As the iconic London Tube celebrates 150 years, we take a nostalgic ride Bank Station in the London Underground. I was half way down the
Had we been allowed to open the windows I'd have waved a cheery hanky at them, like a figure from an illustration in a Rev W Awdry book . This video clip by, a fellow passenger baltomike , captures both the throwback smokiness and the onlookers'
The old-fashioned train carried lucky passengers as part of celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of the Tube, which opened on January 8, 1863. London Mayor Boris Johnson was among those lucky enough to have a ticket for the special journey. "