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Olympic role for ghost stations

Trying to think of somewhere romantic to take his girlfriend on Saint Valentine’s Day three years ago, Ajit Chambers hit upon the idea of...

Subway salute for Anne

The 115th anniversary of the opening of the Glasgow Subway is particularly poignant for 80-year-old passenger, Robert Connor. A regular user of St George’s Cross...

Giant cake maps Underground

To mark National Baking Week, a massive cake measuring 2 metres by 2 metres was on display at St Pancras International recently. The huge cake...

Order of the Oyster

Harry Potter may have travelled on the Hogwarts Express but star, Daniel Radcliffe says he can no longer use the London Underground. Daniel admires the...

Rail staff warn London Underground passengers after man is decapitated

Police and railway staff on the London Underground have warned passengers against walking from one carriage to another through the internal doors at the...

Vital Rail wins Underground staff supply contract

Vital Rail has won a major contract with TfL-owned Tube Lines Limited for the provision of labour to support track maintenance and upgrade works. The...

Acts of Kindness on the Underground

As part of the Art on the Underground project TfL is running an exhibition of stories which tell of the innumerable acts of kindness...

London Underground backs RailStaff Awards

London Underground joins Network Rail this year as overall sponsor of the RailStaff Awards 2011. London’s Underground is one of the busiest urban rail networks...

Marc beats Tube Challenge

Manchester man, Marc Gawley, has visited all 270 London Underground stations in under 17 hours, setting a new world record. The challenge has strict rules...