London Transport Museum
London Transport Museum
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TOMORROW: Design your own custom creation at this beginner friendly neon workshop with Ellbie Co. & London Craft Club. Book now: [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
TOMORROW Design your own custom creation at this beginner friendly neon workshop
Here's to the perfect gift! Get yours now [ Ltmuseumshop.co.uk Link ]
Here's to the perfect gift Get yours now
Nick Brooker
Chris Munday
Join us this evening from 6:30pm!
Memories in Motion - our sense of place in the ever-changing city [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
Join us this evening from 630pm Memories in Motion our sense of
Sue Thrussell
Join the debate tomorrow!

Memories in Motion - our sense of place in the ever-changing city. In association with the London Festival of Architecture. Find out more: [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
Join the debate tomorrow Memories in Motion our sense of place in
#WeStandTogether with everyone affected by Saturday’s terrorist incidents at London Bridge and Borough Market
London Transport Museum 06/05/2017
Jean Graham
Jo Smith
Chris Glue
#OnThisDay in 1924 South Kentish Town station closed. It was later adapted for use as an air-raid shelter during the Second World War.
OnThisDay in 1924 South Kentish Town station closed It was later adapted
Steve Mason
James Potter
Cliff Nears
Enjoy May half term family fun at the museum with our kid's activities themed to our new Sounds of the City exhibition.
Enjoy May half term family fun at the museum with our kids

Family Activities at London Transport Museum

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Rob Harris
Nigel Jones
Visit our Sounds of the City exhibition this weekend [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
Visit our Sounds of the City exhibition this weekend
We're very excited to take part in the very first #MuseumInstaTour tomorrow! Six London museums visit each other in one day and share what they find!

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Who's involved:
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National Maritime Museum
Science Museum
Royal Academy of Arts
London Transport Museum
Wellcome Collection
London Transport Museum 05/25/2017
Sunday 28 May (7-9pm)
Enjoy an evening of immersive and inclusive storytelling through jazz with Kate Mullins and Will Bartlett. [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
Sunday 28 May 79pm Enjoy an evening of immersive and inclusive storytelling
As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017, we’re exploring the role of transport past, present and future in building the memories of Londoners.
As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017 were exploring the

Memories in Motion: our sense of place in the ever changing city

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Genevieve Oller
Genevieve Oller
Genevieve Oller
#OnThisDay in 1862

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This photo represents one of several pre-opening trial trips on the Metropolitan Railway at Edgware Road.This was a special trial trip in a contractor's train on the first section of the Metropolitan Railway. The then Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon William Gladstone (later Prime Minister) and his wife, and John Fowler the engineer are among the invited...
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OnThisDay in 1862 Maybe This photo represents one of several preopening trial
Want to do something extra special with your family over May half term? Join us at our Depot in Acton Town for a family tour exploring some of the collection’s unseen treasures! Find out more and book through our website: [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
Want to do something extra special with your family over May half
Angela Mientjes
Looking for something to do over May half term with your family? Join us for a family tour at our Depot in Acton Town! Find out more and book through our website: [ Ltmuseum.co.uk Link ]
Looking for something to do over May half term with your family
Join us tomorrow evening for cocktails and the opening of our new illustration exhibition Sounds of the City!

Listen to talks about the lost sounds of London past, the history and significance of street ‘cryers’ and the use of sound to influence art and design. A range of interactive workshops and activities will be on offer, including free-form painting to music, urban poetry, mini tours of...
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Join us tomorrow evening for cocktails and the opening of our new
Join us this Friday for cocktails and the opening of our new illustration exhibition Sounds of the City!

Listen to talks about the lost sounds of London past, the history and significance of street ‘cryers’ and the use of sound to influence art and design. A range of interactive workshops and activities will be on offer, including free-form painting to music, urban poetry, mini tours of our...
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Join us this Friday for cocktails and the opening of our new
Join us this Friday for cocktails and the opening of our new illustration exhibition Sounds of the City!

Listen to talks about the lost sounds of London past, the history and significance of street ‘cryers’ and the use of sound to influence art and design. A range of interactive workshops and activities will be on offer, including free-form painting to music, urban poetry, mini tours of our...
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Join us this Friday for cocktails and the opening of our new
Gethryn Ghavalas
Paul Mac
Saz Man
This image was taken #OnThisDay in 1929...but do you know which station it shows?
This image was taken OnThisDay in 1929but do you know which station it shows
Christian Diaz
Ben Wheeler
Roger Lazenby
#OnThisDay in 1973, Piccadilly Circus showing the 'Buses Only' lane on its first day of operation.
OnThisDay in 1973 Piccadilly Circus showing the Buses Only lane on its
Margaret Maskell
Steve Clarke
Thayse Scussel
#OnThisDay in 1937 - The Coronation procession of King George VI, with crowds lining the streets at St James's Park Underground station.

George VI became king in 1936 after the death of his father, George V, and the abdication of his elder brother, Edward VIII. The scandal surrounding the abdication increased public interest in the event, and thousands of people lined the streets to watch the...
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OnThisDay in 1937 The Coronation procession of King George VI with crowds
Sharon Woodham
Jo Smith
Nick Swarfega