Kieran Leyshon

University student studying international business. 

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Facts of the London Underground: Part I
6 months ago
There are many different facts that are relatively unknown on the London Underground, no matter how many journeys a year you make there’s always more to learn. Every week on the Underground the escala...
The History of Bank Station
6 months ago
Bank Station is one of the busiest stations in London; it saw over 64 million journeys pass through it in 2016, ranking it the 8th busiest station in London just 3 million journeys behind Stratford st...
New Eurostar Service From London to Amsterdam Set to Launch
6 months ago
There will be a new Eurostar route soon running from London to Amsterdam, departing from the current terminus St. Pancras International. The channel tunnel operators announced that the trains will run...
The History of Waterloo Station
6 months ago
Waterloo Station was built in 1948 and originally it wasn’t designed to be a terminating station; instead, it was an extension from Nine Elms Station. The station was built by London and South Western...
The Secrets of the Underground: The Waterloo and City Line
6 months ago
The Waterloo and City Line was opened in 1898 and runs between two stations, Waterloo and Bank. The line goes under the River Thames and it best serves commuters that are travelling between Waterloo a...
The Secrets of the Underground: the Bakerloo Line
6 months ago
The Bakerloo line is a line that connects Elephant and Castle to Harrow & Wealdstone, from one side of London to the North. It passes through a few major stations such as: Waterloo, Paddington, Baker ...