This London history site will only get better, and bigger. It currently uses pubs and their history, most are now closed, as landmarks.TFL status is here
This site is built to the memory of Andy
The nogolondon site is a simple guide to accessible transport, rail travel and train stations in London; listing about 600 stations so far. I am attempting to integrate all of this accessibility detail into one London site, with links to good and relevant material from the various Rail and Underground operators in London; plus useful links to AccessAble etc.
What is clear is that the newer stations are usually absolutely brilliant in being truly accessible; I am not so sue about some of the newer trains, with their massive gaps between platform and train, I am referring to the new Crossrail trains. The London bus network is also pretty remarkable, and largely accessible. I cannot confirm what they are like in the rush hour times, but they are great in beating the traffic with dedicated bus lanes, and you also get to see the city.
The London site also links to my many other London historical street directories and pubs history. I love London, and wander the streets in historical map mode a lot of the time. Enjoy, I do.
Also, I plan to add some links to the excellent and often free museums etc,
which abound in London. My favourites are the London Museum (both of them)
This symbol on station page suggests a recommendation - you tell me otherwise, please.