Did anyone else manage to catch the roving umbrella performance at #LumiereLondon last night?
Did you know that one half of the Wellington Arch houses a ventilation shaft for the road underpass below? 🚗
Canary Wharf Winter Lights festival began last night with more than 30 light installations dotted around, from kaleidoscopic dodecahedrons to giant inflatable bunnies. It's free and on every evening until 27 January 💡
The roundel will always be there to guide you home 🚇
Can't beat touching down in London. Even if it is grey and drizzly. Great pic from @offdutybilll
What are your plans today? Why not head to @Tate modern and take a surreal selfie in this infinity cube by Yayoi Kusama, just like we did.
You’ve probably heard the hype about Gary Oldman’s Golden Globes win and BAFTA nomination for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour - but did you know that Churchill’s secret underground bunker, which features heavily in the film, is still in existence and open to visit daily in Westminster? (sponsor) http://bit.ly/2mk6Fal
Have you spotted these giant legs on Sackville street in Mayfair. It's outside the new Lazinc gallery and is the work of artist JR. They are the legs of a high jumper and if you're wondering where the head is, it's inside the gallery.
What are your thoughts on #veganuary? We were pleasantly surprised by the vegan menu @gillrayscountyhall
The Egyptian escalator at Harrods. Tacky Vegasesque nonsense, or a masterstroke of kinetic commercialisation?
In a few years, the Waterloo roundabout could look very different and will hopefully be much better for cyclists like this one
The new tube maps are out. Loving the artwork on both of them
Name a more iconic pair than Walthamstow and murals
The Bridge Theatre opened towards the end of 2017. If you haven’t checked it out yet it’s a cool space, we especially love the lighting in the bar area
A metropolis of cans beneath a multicoloured paper sun, in Khan's Bargain, Peckham
Such peace and serenity - it’s hard to believe Walthamstow Wetlands are only in zone 3
Sunset over London’s tower blocks
The sun reflecting off this sign at Blackhorse Road looks fantastic
Ah, the beguiling simplicity of Lewis Cubitt's King's Cross station
We were up nice and early to see an eerily empty Camden this morning.
We went to our favourite toy shop today and found the most fabulous pair of dogs. All dolls house enthusiasts need to get down to Kristin Baybars.
The Arch by Henry Moore, in Kensington Gardens. It weighs 37 tonnes. There's a similar arch in Columbus, Indiana
Let’s start 2018 off with a bit of trivia. Which tube station would you find these tiles at? (Bonus points if you know their significance)
Statue of Laurie Cunningham, a Leyton Orient legend who went on to play for Real Madrid and was one of England's first black players. He died in a car crash, age 33
The Churchill Arms pub gives Oxford Street a run for its money at this time of year
A man juggling in front of traffic at Vauxhall bus station this afternoon. Ever seen him?
There’s always that one family who go all out for Christmas
Even on a grey day like today the view from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich is still pretty special. We like how the clouds obscure the very tops of the buildings in Canary Wharf.
Drinks with a view this evening thanks to @StonesGinger! Winter wonderland providing all the Christmas feels.
Eduardo Paolozzi’s mosaics at Tottenham Court Road Station get us every time
Right, which one of you did this?
Lookin’ good, Selfridges ✨
We should probably wrap this gift up, but we just love the cover too much...
We're tucking into a free-from Christmas feast thanks to @asnatureintendeduk
We feel ya @willesdenstaff
Know someone who loves the tube as much as we do? Treat them to this District line moquette lambswool scarf from @ltmuseum this Christmas http://bit.ly/2B91Giq (sponsor)
Cranes illuminated against the night sky over Waterloo
Have you bin naughty or nice? The festive litter wagon of Old Street. We spotted this last year as well, which officially makes it a London tradition
All aboard the tea train this Christmas. Next stop: Down Street. This @ltmuseum mug is ideal for anyone who loves discovering secret and hidden parts of London http://bit.ly/2Ajbr0u (sponsor)
Big Ben shrouded in scaffolding as part of a four year restoration project. See you again in 2021...