This is a beautifully produced large format book with a host of high quality images of vehicles from the Ferrari stable. This is certainly a book for the car enthusiast, but it is also an eloquent statement of design and style for a much wider readership – Very Highly Recommended
This is a carefully researched, definitive guide to specialist and self-build British cars from 1945 to 1960. The post war period to 1960 saw an amazing number of specialist cars produced in Britain – Very Highly Recommended
Tickets go on public sale on Friday 19 July
- Below the beating heart of London discover the new disused Piccadilly Circus station tour from 21 August to 27 September
- New season of tours including Clapham South, Aldwych, Euston and 55 Broadway to go on sale from Friday 19 July
- Treat yourself to an afternoon tea with the Charing Cross tour or a luxurious cocktail and smorgasbord at Winston Churchill’s secret station tour
- A new Hidden London exhibition opens on 11 October at London Transport Museum in Covent Garden with a Friday Late launch event, a new book and stylish new gifts inspired by disused stations
Under the bright lights of one of London’s busiest squares with its famous statue of Eros, visitors can uncover the secrets of Piccadilly Circus disused station with London Transport Museum’s latest Hidden London tour which kicks off from 21 August until 27 September 2019.
Technology which could improve air quality in local communities by helping the way drivers leave motorways was named today as one of the successful entries in a multi-million-pound competition run by Highways England and Innovate UK.
The technology would inform drivers of the time remaining before traffic lights will change to green at junctions and suggest an appropriate speed, reducing the need for vehicles to stop on exit slip roads, which in turn could improve air quality by reducing the stop-starting of vehicles.
The project was among 11 initiatives which could tackle air quality around the country’s motorways and major A roads which have awarded funding from Highways England.
The company is also set to give a financial boost to a further 13 ideas that could revolutionise roads and driving.
Caption: ‘Ghost markings’ which can confuse drivers could become a thing of the past.
‘Ghost’ road markings and blacked out lines, which can confuse drivers, could become a thing of the past thanks to Highways England’s global search for a solution to the problem.