Image copyright Met Police Image caption Malcolm Mide-Madariola, from Peckham, died shortly after being taken to hospital A teenager has been convicted of murdering a student who was stabbed with a hunting knife outside Clapham South Tube station. Malcolm Mide-Madariola, 17, was described as an “innocent victim” who had stood up for a friend in…

Will Noble South Kensington Station Is Getting A Revamp… And It Involves A ‘Bullnose’ Building For more transport chat, join our popular Facebook group, Londonist Roundel Ramblings. The Bullnose and new station entrance on Thurloe Street. © Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners TfL has released images of how South Kensington station will look, following major…

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Transport for London has until 5 June to comply with the measures set out by the fire brigade An enforcement notice has been handed to London Bridge Tube station for breaching eight fire safety rules. London Fire Brigade (LFB) said the station failed to provide suitable fire warning methods…

Searchlights fill the stricken station, as the hunt for victims goes into the night. Image from The Sphere, Saturday 9 December 1905. (c) The British Library Board. All rights reserved. Found in the British Newspaper Archive. It was a Tuesday afternoon, 5 December 1905. Charing Cross station was getting ready for the evening rush hour….

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Malcolm Mide-Madariola died shortly after being taken to hospital A teenager who claims he only stabbed a student once in the arm has told a court he was “shocked” to learn of his death. Malcolm Mide-Madariola, 17, died after being stabbed three times, including once to the heart, near…

For more transport chat, join our popular Facebook group, Londonist Roundel Ramblings. Photo: Shutterstock London is littered with the remnants of former train and tube stations. Once deemed necessary when railways exploded onto the scene in the late 19th and early 20th century, these stations were made redundant when passengers stopped using them. But how…

Image copyright Google Image caption Neil Abbott took the photo as his victim queued for food at Liverpool Street station last summer A businessman who took a picture up a woman’s skirt as she queued for food on a night out has been spared jail. Neil Abbott pushed through a queue to take the photo…

Will Noble Er, What’s Going On With The Message On This Kentish Town Tube Station Escalator? For more transport chat, join our popular Facebook group, Londonist Roundel Ramblings. Something’s not sitting standing quite right with this escalator we spotted in Kentish Town recently: The four-word motto stamped into every Londoner’s conscience at birth has been…