Good friend and talented artist, Robin The Fog of Howlround, has recently created this spooky alternative soundscape of Embankment station in conjunction with citiesandmemory.com‘s first ever “Sound Map” of the London Underground. It captures the often creepy and eerie essence of late night tube travel wonderfully. Check it out:
- A pre-production example of the DJ Models’ J94 has been published by eHattons.
- Yet more disruption at one of the capital’s main termini. This time it’s London Bridge…
- …TheMurkyDepths also looks at how Southeastern services are about to undergo hidden changes!
- Former Transport Secretary calls for TfL to absorb all of South London’s rail network into The Overground brand.
- The Department for Transport release a report covering the capacity and demand figures for the East and West Coast Mainlines.
- A disused siding could be turned into an elevated parkway in Peckham.
- Embankment, Charing Cross, Strand, Trafalgar Square: All used at one point to describe the same station. Geoff Marshall from The Londonist helps to unravel this mess with a helpful video…
- …They also tell you when and where your best chances of a guaranteed seat on the tube.
- Like Modernist Buildings? Check out this wonderful blog from Daniel Wright on some of London Transport’s finest.
- …And The National Railway Museum remembers Winston Churchill’s last journey.
- Rail Freight enjoys huge growth in the U.S. in 2014…
- …and in California construction of a new high-speed line begins.
(Featured Image by MattBuck).