The London Underground, with a history of 157 years and 270 stations, is of fascination to many.
We’re finally reaching the end of January so if you have any plans in the capital this weekend, make sure you’re up to date on TfL closures.
King’s Cross station will be closed to all trains from 1.45pm on Friday (June 4) and will not reopen until the first train on Monday morning (June 7).
While the Tube may be less busy at the moment during the pandemic, during normal times it’s can be chaotic and crowded.
The London underground is one of the most efficient and widely used transport networks in the world, to the point where songs have even been written in honour of its most famous stations (Duffy’s Royal Oak and Gerry Rafferty’s Baker Street).
It’s been mandatory for most people to wear a face covering on public transport since June 15, but this has actually created a lot of stress for people who cannot wear one.