This Is What Life Looked Like In London Pre Lockdown

Afternoon Tea Bus Tour in Trafalgar Square

This Is What Life Looked Like In London Pre Lockdown Afternoon Tea Bus Tour in Trafalgar Square

As you might know, travelling around London has somewhat changed over the last year in a way we never imagined. This is a post reflecting on some of my travels in London during commute and leisurely walks. But not necessarily during the rush hour.

The focus is on some London’s transport system and architecture and people. As you can imagine this city was always buzzing. And so the aim is to bring to your awareness how times have impacted on how we now live and what life used to look like in London pre-lockdown. What have you missed about your city during lockdown?

I know the buzz has disappeared for now and it’s got to the point where I don’t remember the last time, I asked someone what they were doing for the weekend. So much has changed. This Is what life looked like in London pre-lockdown

There are more scenes that I could talk about that can’t be covered in one post but there is more of that later. As I write the lockdown is ongoing in London and we could almost get accustomed to this way of life, but it costs nothing to keep safe.

 

A London Tube train at on the Piccadilly line emerging at King’s Cross station

 

London Underground

Believe it or not. This station was deserted in the early hours. Piccadilly line London Underground

 

A busy King's Cross St Pancras station along Euston Road, London

A busy King’s Cross St Pancras station along Euston Road, London

 

Vintage London Routemaster Bus in South London

Vintage London Routemaster Bus in South London

 

Jack the ripper tour bus

Jack the ripper tour bus

 

Afternoon Tea Bus Tour in Trafalgar Square

Afternoon Tea Bus Tour in Trafalgar Square

I miss seeing scenes like this where people used to hang around and watch the world go by.

What have you missed about your city or location since the start of the pandemic and lockdown? Drop me a line or two as always.