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London Transport Museum is restoring the last three 1930s Q stock Underground carriages. Help us raise the £200,000 needed to keep our restoration on track and get them running again.
Now available online and in Covent Garden, these two new stunning posters by Julia Allum perfectly encapsulate the spirit of summer! Every purchase supports London Transport Museum’s charitable work.
Back due to popular demand, join one of our Euston photography tours and get a unique opportunity to snap the heritage of this iconic Leslie Green station, capturing its unique architecture and style.
As part of our new collecting project, we are looking for people to document their journeys to Pride in London and UK Black Pride 2019. Find out more about the project and how to get involved!
This plaque was awarded to the winner of the District Railway station garden competition in 1916, a competition to recognise staff who enhanced stations with plants. It was dug up by a signalman in 1948.
Local families are invited to join us in Acton as we discover the world of London Transport through play, craft, signing and stories, for families and carers with children aged 5 and under.