Picadilly Circus Station - 1970
Tube train entering Picadilly Circus Station, London. More than half a million passengers begin or end journeys at Picadilly Circus every week. Photograph by permission of London Transport.
Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed
A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.
263 - Elephant & Castle Station
This picture was taken during my walk along the Bakerloo line - part of Randomly London v. The Tube. Read all about it here: randomlylondon.com. Follow me on twitter here: twitter.com/RandomlyLondon Like me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RandomlyLondon +1 me on Google+: plus.google.com/u/0/116518937664081843540/
Ongar station, Essex, London Underground - looking east 1 July 1978
The lonely eastern terminus of the Central line of London Underground was situated here at Ongar (Chipping Ongar) in rural Essex until closure of the branch beyond Epping in 1994. It had become part of the Underground as part of the pre-WW2 conversion of the old GER/LNER steam railway to form the Central line that took many years to complete, electric trains finally reaching here in 1957. The already abandoned and soon to be demolished signal box is shown in this picture taken by Nick Agnew…
175. The London Underground - Christina Sinclair: Salty Sam's Fun Blog for Children
Salty Sam’s Fun Blog for Children Number 175 The London Underground Hello Everyone When we go up to London to visit my Cockney cousin Smiley Sid, one of the things Bill and Bob love to do best, is travel on the Underground. We have old smugglers’ tunnels in Rocky Bay but they are not nearly as big as the tunnels under London. The cheapest and easiest way to travel around ...