L is for Leytonstone Tube Station

We don’t have a car here in London, so for us, wherever we go further than walking distance it’s generally either by bus or by tube. Leytonstone sits on the Central Line, which cuts through central London from East to West – it runs deep underground in the longest middle section, but at either end it actually runs on the surface…

My theme for this year’s April A-Z Challenge is ‘My London A-Z’. I’ve found living in London to be very different from just visiting; in general I live a very ordinary life far removed from the craziness of the city itself, so I thought it might be fun to share my everyday experience with you all in images and words…

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2 thoughts on “L is for Leytonstone Tube Station

  1. Jeffrey__Scott April 14, 2016 / 10:25 pm

    I love visiting London and love using the Underground when I visit. For the most part, very clean and easy to use.

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    • Ruth April 15, 2016 / 7:22 am

      For the most part it’s an efficient, functional transport system – it’s only really when things go wrong and alternative options have to be found that we realise just how many people rely on it to get around every day! 🙂

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