Welcome to my collection of pictures and stories from my travels around London. My travels began in April 2018 by visiting the end of every Transport for London (TfL) destination. This included the Underground, Overground, DLR, Tramway, TfL Rail and the Emirates Airline. 79 destinations all told which included a visit to three stations still under construction.
Feel free to browse the categories from the menu above, and go wherever you want. Or if you’d like to dip into some of my collections, click on the articles below to find out more. Or simply use this search option.
My travels are now continuing to the end of every Network Rail destination within the London travel zones and you can view my progress here. Although this is temprarily suspended because of the Coronovirus pandemic restrictions, I will in the meantime be adding to my Lockdown collection.
My Latest Posts
Into Lockdown 2020
The sights I’ve captured during lockdown as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic
81 visits in 2 years. This is my story of how to ‘Transform a Picture into a Story’. Read about my selection of 81 Pictures of the Day and why these are my Memories.
From Memories to Themes
How I have categorised two years of photographs up to March 2020 into 34 Themed collection
A glimpse of how my stories, pictures and blogs have been received across my social media channels
My latest photo gallery – from Moorgate on 13/10/2020
Please feel free to scroll through the gallery and if there’s one you like, let me know which one and why and I’ll feature it for you.
An occasional blog – Wales 2020
I return home to Aberystwyth via Abergavenny in September 2020. Join me as I revisit some familiar places, and discover some new ones.
Something new for 2021
Would you be interested in writing as a guest, or maybe you’d like me to visit your community and spend a day exploring? If so, drop me a line and I’d be happy to talk this through with you and feature your stories.
Here’s my latest Instagram posts
You can access the full list by selecting the Instagram logo at the top of the page