Two mice are fighting over a piece of cheese high up on a building on the south-eastern corner of Philpot Lane could be London's smallest statute
The face of Churchill can be found on the astronomical clock on the Cannon Street flank, facing St. Paul’s Cathedral
London was the choice of location and so somebody was tasked to seek out the appropriate 'properties' for the first Monopoly board
Professor Smeed devised a formula which advanced a theory of how London’s traffic would always travel at 9 miles per hour.
Built in 1911 Curator's Lodge in Gough Square it is the smallest residential property in the City of London.
All cabbies know the location of Bonaparte’s nose but few realise that at Christie’s in 1972 another appendage was auctioned
The next time you find yourself in Soho, go to Broadwick Street where you’ll find a village pump
Punters have certain behaviours when it comes to entering a cab
Victoria Park known as ‘Memorial to the Sovereign’, which the Queen visited personally in 1873, was laid out in 1845-50