St. John's Wood Tube station 4 Dec 1939-1998 © London Transport Museum
All images supplied by and © London Transport Museum, credit in all instances. These images were added to illustrate the announcement that 16 London tube stations become listed buildings. Read the news story:
You Can't Always Get What You Want
"I went down to the Chelsea drugstore ...To get your prescription filled. I was standing in line with Mr. Jimmy,".... ... The Rolling Stones Archive shot of the famous Chelsea Drugstore on King's...
Chelsea Drugstore, London, 1968, Garnett Cloughley Blakemore & Associates “Chelsea Drugstore was modelled on Le Drugstore on Boulevard St Germain in Paris. Arranged over three floors the complex...
Food for Thought: the last vegetarian gasp of alternative Covent Garden
The food might all have been orange and tasted vaguely like butternut squash, but the closure of this landmark Neal Street restaurant after four decades is another blow to independent London
36 reasons why Londoners love London
36 reasons why Londoners love London and think its the best city on Earth from unusual things to do and highlights of the best places to visit - here's a very personal picture of what makes London the greatest city of them all.
A large cream-coloured and tiled building stands at the intersection of two roads. Dark grey clouds dominate an overcast sky. Two flags are flying from the fascia of the building, which is covered mostly by a large advertising hoarding.