Mark Street Gardens in Shoreditch looks lovely in the autumn sunshine
London, you're looking particularly stunning today. Photo taken from the top of the BT Tower. It's not normally open to the public but we're here today for a @redruk fundraising event.
How's that for a Friday treat? @brgrcouk's freakshakes will sort your sugar craving right out.
This window display on Rivington Street certainly adds a splash of colour to Shoreditch
Hyde Park is still hanging onto its colourful autumn leaves at the moment. Where's your favourite spot in London in autumn?
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Leicester Square 🎅🎄
Reflections on Regent's Canal near Shoreditch Park.
Another day, another sighting of our lovely new book, Londonist Mapped. This time it was spotted on the London table at @stanfordstravel in Covent Garden. Have you got your copy yet?
Autumn days at Boundary Gardens and Arnold Circus in Shoreditch
St Paul's looks fantastic at any time of day or night
Some epic street art spotted on the trek between Walthamstow Central and Walthamstow Queen’s Road stations
It's beginning to look very festive @somersethouse ice rink ❄. It opens to the public on 15 November
Tunnelling finished on the Northern line extension to Battersea this morning, as the final bit of wall at Kennington was broken through. Tube services won't begin until 2020 though. Photo by @geofftech.
A first look at the Mithraeum, an old Roman temple brought back to life in the Square Mile
Looking for that perfect gift? Design a bespoke piece of jewellery at @vashiuk’s theatrical new concept store, now open in Piccadilly (sponsor)
Evening views from @tate’s viewing level
Moorhen and marbling
A wonderful Bowie filled firework display at Victoria Park. Happy Bonfire Night everyone 💥
You'd never guess which museum this is... Currently exhibiting the best designs of the year
Swan Island in Twickenham is a unique community of floating houseboats and businesses - on one of London's few habitable islands. We met some of the inhabitants for an article at the beginning of the year
Neon window sign @brgrcouk in Soho
An autumn day in Soho Square
Those lovely people at @foylesforbooks on Charing Cross Road have put our new book, Londonist Mapped, in their current highlights section. Have you got yourself a copy yet?
The new Bond Street station entrance on Marylebone Lane is looking good
Create your own bespoke jewellery at @vashiuk’s new concept store, now open in Piccadilly. It’s a real stunner - never mind the treasures inside... (sponsor)
A wonderful moment last night, a whole tube carriage just for us
A bus rumbles over Clattern Bridge in Kingston. The earliest mention of the bridge is from 1293, making it London's oldest surviving bridge. Extra points to anyone who can name the river it spans
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A Stranger Things wall of lights has popped up at Naked Dough in Old Street roundabout
One of the most innovative seat and table arrangements we’ve ever seen at the fantastic 70’s themed @edithshouselondon
A poppy tree next to a poppy coloured clock in Bromley town centre
Looking good @harrods, looking good. Did you know that England's first escalator (or 'moving staircase') was unveiled in Harrods in 1898? Harrods staff were waiting at the top with brandy and smelling salts to help customers recover from the ordeal of taking a ride.
Well looky here. A copy of our brand new book, sitting proudly on the shelf at @piccadillywaterstones. It's rather beautiful, if we do say so ourselves, stuffed with trivia, colourful illustrations and the odd terrible joke. Why not put it on your Xmas list
The Piccadilly Circus lights have finally been switched back on. The previous six screens are replaced by one 'megascreen'. Here's a shot of the final countdown from this morning
Huguenot houses on Fournier Street, off Brick Lane, with Christ Church Spitalfields looming in the background. A part of the East End that never fails to whisk you back in time
Beans on toast anyone?
Holly Village, a private hamlet sat at the foot of Highgate. Built in 1865 by Angela Burdett-Coutts for workers on her estate, it's a veritable gothic kingdom.
We're at the press view for this exhibition. Who is excited for this show at The British Library? We'll get a review and video preview up soon. Exhibition opens on Friday 20 October.
A red-tongued silver dragon guards one of the 'gateways' into the City of London. Gold star to anyone who can tell us where you'll find this particular one
What did these fries say in the mirror?..."Halloumi" 🧀🍟@oli_babas