The LURS holds monthly meetings at which a speaker will talk about a relevant topic.Talks are usually illustrated by slides or a PowerPoint presentation and are usually followed by a question and answer session.

Doors open at 18:40 for a prompt 19:15 start

141 Cleveland Street
London W1T 6QG

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Before and after the talk a sales stand is usually available - this opens at 18.45.
Please note that meetings are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month - please see below for exact dates.  A write-up or report is published in Underground News both as a record of what took place and for the benefit of members who did not attend.

Expected forthcoming meetings are listed below and also in the printed copies of Underground News.
Regretfully the LURS cannot be held responsible in the event of an advertised meeting being cancelled or
changed due to unforeseen circumstances.


Tuesday 11th April

“Mapping London’s Transport”
by John Dodd.

Underground, Bus, Green Line Coach, Tram and Main Line Suburban - all these modes are covered in John Dodd’s survey of London’s public transport maps from 1900 to 1950, which is the most fascinating period for map design.  Mr. Dodd will offer his observations on a selection of London Underground, Tram and Bus Maps from the London Transport Museum’s collection, including a fair few not covered by his survey.  The main theme will be mapping the various ‘circle lines’, with ‘early tram’ and ‘iffy’ bus maps as additional topics.

Future Meetings

Tuesday 9th May

“Bank/Monument Stations Upgrade”
with Viki James, Project Manager for Consents & Properties, London Underground Bank SCU Project.

The Bank/Monument stations complex forms the fourth busiest interchange on the London Underground network. TfL propose to substantially upgrade the capacity of Bank station by providing a new southbound tunnel and platform for the Northern line, a new station entrance on Cannon Street, step-free access between the Northern line, DLR and the street; a moving walkway, more lifts and escalators all to improve accessibility and relieve congestion. How will this be carried out? Ms James will explain all.