London has a few abandoned Tube stations. The disused Strand underground station can be found in Aldwych Central London WC2. The abandoned Piccadilly line station is also known as Aldwych station.
Enjoy these photos. This post is slightly different from my usual ones. It’s all about visuals!
Ancient Portals have the ability to invoke emotions. This can be achieved by just touching the artefacts (only if allowed). Which means that the objects can bring back memories that we thought we had forgotten.
The old phone boxes in London were originally created for making and receiving phone calls well before mobile technology. If you are a boomer like myself, rewind several years back when mobile phones were non-existent, rain or shine, calls were made in these metal boxes.
This monumental structure was built for the Prince Regent who later became King George IV. The Grade listed building was built for Royal residency and today stands a s a tourist attraction. It’s dome shaped roof and Oriental style structure is an attraction amongst tourists.
The City of London’s history goes far back to the Roman era. Strangely enough there are two separate London’s. Confusing isn’t it? London is known for having historical discoveries.
Walking along the concourse of St Pancras International recently felt some how overwhelming and could easily have caused confusion with a loss of direction. This was due to the sheer size of the station.
Without a doubt, modifications were carried out on this ruin over the years but eventually it gave way to many modern high-rise buildings that stand tall in the City of London today. Presently, the ruin is a popular tourist attraction to visitors and Londoners.
The beauty of the DLR is that it runs frequently and connects with some mainline stations. Families and seniors will also enjoy the rides as Oyster cards and Freedom passes as well as debit cards are all accepted for convenience.