London Calling! Charming neighbourhoods, terrific shopping, and landmarks overflowing with history and culture. London, England is a must visit!

London Underground, truly some where to visit. Crazy big and the escalators go on and on. MIND THE GAP

1952: Liverpool Street.

Harry Todd Liverpool Street, London, 1952 Rays of springtime sun illuminate a railway policewoman in Liverpool Street Station, London March from Hulton Archive/Getty (Facie Populi ™)

1952: Liverpool Street.

Harry Todd Liverpool Street, London, 1952 Rays of springtime sun illuminate a railway policewoman in Liverpool Street Station, London March from Hulton Archive/Getty (Facie Populi ™)

Interior of 1970s London carriage. I remember riding cars like this in the early 1990's, especially on The Northern Line.

150 years of the London underground – in pictures

1968: Tea on the Tube.

Tea on the Tube: A London Underground official drinking a cup of coffee during trials of new automatic trains on a section of the Central Line. The trains are intended for use on the newly opened Victoria underground line.

1968: Tea on the Tube.

Tea on the Tube: A London Underground official drinking a cup of coffee during trials of new automatic trains on a section of the Central Line. The trains are intended for use on the newly opened Victoria underground line.

High Street Kensington, 1868.

15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

Impressive: The vast interior of the completed High Street Kensington Station - then known simply as Kensington Station - captured by Henry Flather around 1868

Bayswater Station, just after completion.

15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

Photographer Henry Flather's portable darkroom can be seen on the tracks inside the completed Bayswater Station

Why Bother About The Germans Invading The Country? Invade it Yourself by Underground and Motor-Bus. (c. 1914¦1918).

British poster, Why bother about the Germans invading the country? Invade it yourself by Underground and motor-'bus. (Presumably before the realities of war had hit home.

Aldwych station

The allure of abandoned Tube stations

Aldwych station platform - not used for trains, but tv and movies film here, and they stored the Elgin Marbles here during WWII.

Royal Mail British first stamps

Royal Mail - British first stamps

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