Okay, this actually has a story to it: It was taken at Monument Station and before, I’d asked my teacher if they don’t have the ‘Mind the gap’ in the tube anymore. Because we just didn’t hear it. But at Monument they had it! And I was like YAY! And we wanted to get on the train and actually jumped to honor the gap :D So there’s my new favourite gap!

Okay, this actually has a story to it: It was taken at Monument Station and before, I’d asked my teacher if they don’t have the ‘Mind the gap’ in the tube anymore. Because we just didn’t hear it. But at Monument they had it! And I was like YAY! And we wanted to get on the train and actually jumped to honor the gap :D So there’s my new favourite gap!

Empty tube at High Street Kensington. No clue where we were going though…

martynleung:

© Martyn Leung

martynleung:

© Martyn Leung

a-brit-in-the-mirror:

Different types of trains in London!

Okay…DLR, anyone?!

a-brit-in-the-mirror:

Different types of trains in London!

Okay…DLR, anyone?!

(Source: all-roads-lead-to-britain, via england-dreams)

i-lovelondon:

London Underground
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magical :’)

i-lovelondon:

London Underground

(by ÅßÐÜLMΔJΣΣÐ)

magical :’)

(Source: , via england-dreams)

London underground

buenosairesorbust:

As usual, my fascination with subways continues. 

I liked saying the “tube.”

So sleek an modern. There were signs everywhere informing you how much work went into renovations. London definitely likes to keep you informed.

Because it made me cry and it has Tower Hill and Embankment and the sounds and the smell and being back.