Aldwych tube dates back to 1907, when it first opened as Strand station. At the time this was the terminus and only station on the short Piccadilly line branch from Holborn. It’s been closed since 1994, but is regularly used for filming and periodically features on the London Transport Museum Hidden London tour list. Tickets to visit will be […]
This year’s Open House London will be on 22nd and 23rd September. There are a number of places that are only accessible by advance booking or via a ballot which will be released today, so check out the Open House site and keep an eye out for additional buildings being added in the coming weeks.
This weeks post is a bit late today, as I’ve only just returned home this evening after a few days away. The second Gromit Unleashed trail in Bristol which has been going for almost a month now, will be running until early September with the sculptures then being auctioned off for the charity.
Anyone who spent their childhood in the North-East of England is likely to reminisce of regular seaside visits to the coast with buckets and spades and sandy sandwiches. For the rest of us, this part of the World is some what unexplored. My aunt, grew up in Northumberland, and has since returned to the area […]
As promised in yesterday’s post, here are the highlights from my day of experimental travel in London: walking from A to Z, starting at Aaron Hill Road in E6, all the way to Zulu Mews in SW11. Click here for full detailed Google ‘My Map’ which you can add to your device. Staring at the map […]
In an attempt to keep to the challenge I set myself earlier this month, see ‘Fulfill you travel bug with: something unusual‘, I’ve been exploring the area where I live. This also happens to be close enough to an area well known for a famous sporting event at the end of June each year. Click […]