London Underground
03/21/2017 at 17:14. Facebook
Happy #WorldPoetryDay! Did you know there is a new set of Poems on the Underground?
London Underground
03/20/2017 at 12:05. Facebook
Here's a little bit of fun to keep you going on #InternationalDayOfHappiness...

Q. Which tube station doesn't have any of the letters of the word 'underground' in its name? ????
We hope you've all had a good Monday, but for anyone who needs a bit of cheering up this evening, how about this awesome busker doing his thing at Piccadilly Circus on Saturday? Woo!!

Tag a friend who'd enjoy listening to this guy on their journey!
Discover the amazing art on London Underground using the art map.

Pick one up from any Zone 1 station or download it and have it ready for your next visit to London!

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Did you happen to pass through Piccadilly Circus station this afternoon? Did you see the pop-up laundry?!
The first Elizabeth line train for passenger service has arrived in London.
On this day in 1969 the Queen officially opened the line named after her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.

Watch this short film on the line opening, as the Queen became the first reigning monarch ever to ride on the Tube!

Queen Opens New Victoria Line (1969)

No titles. London. Good shot of train coming to halt at Victorian Line tube platform. We see Queen Elizabeth, about to open the new Victoria Line underground...

Recently we reached a major milestone in the construction of the Northern Line Extension, when a 750-tonne crane lifted our two giant Tunnel Boring Machines, Helen and Amy, below ground. They are now ready to begin tunnelling!
Look out for the new series of Poems on the Underground when you're next on the Tube.
Take a look at these classic Tube posters from way back in 1887, through the 21st century, with the most recent from the 2000's!

We're proud of our design heritage, which has been at the heart of London life for generations. #ThrowbackThursday
Lots of people can name all of London's Tube lines, but do you know where these names come from? ????

Read the fascinating story of the London Underground network, told through the quirky history of the lines that make it up.

How did the tube lines get their names? A history of London Underground in 12 lines
Have you spotted the new Tube poems yet? This time they have an international flavour, like this one by Italian poet Salvatore Quasimodo.
Immerse yourself in this awesome 360 view of the recently restored Paolozzi mosaics at Tottenham Court Road. Wow!

Have friends who love art and love London? Tag them in the comments!
The new set of Poems on the Underground went live on Tube train carriages across London today. There are six in total – see if you can spot them all.
London's doors are open to all, and the Tube is the best way to get around and explore our amazing city!

What have you got planned for this weekend? #LondonisOpen
Have you ever wondered where some of the more quirky Tube station names come from? ????

Wonder no longer, as this fascinating BBC Britain feature delves back in time to reveal the stories behind the names!

How Tube stations got their unusual names
We love this from Art on the Underground - did you know that each Tube station has a unique Labyrinth? How many have you seen?!
"Service update - everything cool"

Carl has featured on this page before, and this Tube legend is getting love again. Watch him do his thing. "Bless up!"

Tube worker hailed 'total legend' for hilarious train announcement
Less than 24 hours left to bid on the #NightTube guitar signed by @RonnieWood – proceeds go to @RailwayChildren
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How well do you know the Tube network? Can you identify these 16 stations by the lines that serve them?

Seems easy, but how many did you get? Leave your score in the comments and tag a friend to challenge them too! ????

Can You Name The Station From The London Underground Lines?