Backing the Bid for London 2012 on the London Underground

Backing the Bid for London 2012 on the London Underground

lheartlondon:

Emirates Cable Car

lheartlondon:

Emirates Cable Car

popuppainting:

11 Hand Drawn Maps of London:  http://now-here-this.timeout.com/2013/12/11/11-hand-drawn-maps-to-adorn-any-london-lovers-wall/
What’s your favourite? Think mine’s the one by Jenni Sparks (featured photo).

popuppainting:

11 Hand Drawn Maps of London:  http://now-here-this.timeout.com/2013/12/11/11-hand-drawn-maps-to-adorn-any-london-lovers-wall/

What’s your favourite? Think mine’s the one by Jenni Sparks (featured photo).

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molllyw0bbles:

Just looking at my citystagrams from London and making myself sad, that’s all.

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fastcompany:

The London Underground commemorated its 150th anniversary with a quintet of maps made of Lego. But the creative display was built for more than fun and games. It shows how the network—the world’s first underground passenger railway—has evolved in a century and a half.

Check it out

[Images: Instagram Users Krey47]

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blissedasanewt:

“Steam train / tube train”, by stevekeiretsu, on Flickr.

District Line train crossing the LSW Windsor Lines, Putney

blissedasanewt:

“Steam train / tube train”, by stevekeiretsu, on Flickr.

District Line train crossing the LSW Windsor Lines, Putney

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guardian:

Another then and now..

Queen Elizabeth II surfaces during her first public engagement for more than a week following illness. Members of the Royal family visited Baker Street Underground Station to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Underground Photograph: Tim Rooke/Rex Features And here she is in March 1969 travelling on the tube after the official opening ceremony of London Underground’s Victoria Line, 7th March 1969. Photograph: Fox Photos/Getty Images

imjoshplimmer:

150 Years of the Tube
Tfl has released a new campaign to celebrate 150 years of the Tube. Created by its ad agency, M&C Saatchi, the poster and interactive moving images are to be rolled out across the underground network.
The campaign consists of passengers from different periods of time, throughout the tube’s history, travelling on escalators, which will be seen by the commuters of today.

imjoshplimmer:

150 Years of the Tube

Tfl has released a new campaign to celebrate 150 years of the Tube. Created by its ad agency, M&C Saatchi, the poster and interactive moving images are to be rolled out across the underground network.

The campaign consists of passengers from different periods of time, throughout the tube’s history, travelling on escalators, which will be seen by the commuters of today.

(via fuckitandmovetobritain)

1992 Tube Stock at Theydon Bois Station

1992 Tube Stock at Theydon Bois Station