Brompton Road was another station suffering low passenger numbers, following the closure of York Road and Down Street in 1932... View Article
City Road sits between Angel and Old street on the Northern Line Bank Branch, the platforms have been stripped but... View Article
With a few days to myself on a trip out East I figured I’d try a few rooftops in I’m still... View Article
The Tilbury Power Stations sit on the north bank of the Thames Estuary, the newer of the two stations, Tilbury... View Article
Despite there being so many tunnel boring machines in action underneath London recently the fact that they are often running 24/7... View Article
The Kingsway Telephone Exchange lays deep below the City of London, originally built to be one of London’s wartime deep... View Article
You can see the remnants of Mark Lane station when looking out of the window approaching Tower Hill only 250m away, Tower Hill replaced Mark Lane in 1967 due to lack of space for the expansion needed to service ever growing passenger numbers.
The Longbridge Plant was an industrial complex producing motor parts since 1905, during WW2 it was the location of a shadow factory as part of the Governments 'Shadow Scheme', where airplane parts were produced in the shadow of, their own similar motor industry operations.
After noticing some scaffold running part way up the exterior of the cathedral we decided to drop by and check out some of the lesser-seen parts of one of the oldest and most famous christian structures in the country.