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Visiting the Past: London’s Working Horses

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Did you know that those small brass decorations you see adorning the walls of London’s traditional pubs once decorated the harnesses of a workforce essential to the capital’s life and economy – horses? In the 19th and early 20th centuries horses …

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London Video of the Week: London in Motion by Jay Gordon

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Five Cool London Tube Maps

An underground map from 1960. Photo: TfL from the London Transport Museum collection

The London Underground is the oldest subterranean railway in the world; it celebrated its 150th anniversary last year. The multicoloured lines on the iconic Tube map make order out of chaos, and also provide inspiration for artists and scientists alike. Here are some of our favourite re-imaginings. …

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