A visit to north-western London, touring the entire Bakerloo line and its main line ‘partners’, including Marylebone and the main line from Euston.
Tag: Underground Overground
A series of adventures my partner and I have taken in London, beginning in 2012. We travel into London by rail and explore via Oyster, often taking tours of quieter parts of the city on foot. Our adventures have typically incorporated Tube (metro), DLR (light rail) and Emirates Air Line (cable car).
Underground Overground III
Back to the English capital for an exploration of rail and architecture. We began by exploring the outside and underside of Waterloo station, then took a walk with occasional train trips back and forth along the Monument-Embankment stretch of the District line.
Underground Overground II
Back to London for a second tour of its railways and occasional above-ground bits. This time around, we started out in Kensington for a protest march against The Daily Mail. Wanderlust then drew us out towards the northern parts of the City of London, Monument, and the area around the Tower of London. The DLR…
The first of a series of self-guided tours my partner I took around London in 2013, nipping in and out of the city’s various public transit offerings. On this occasion we travelled from Waterloo East to London Bridge, backtracked to Victoria, visited the newly-opened King’s Cross Square and then proceeded to tour the Square Mile…