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About the Project

Access for London is a new project delivered by 104 projects about the history of accessibility on London’s transport network, backed by the National Heritage Lottery Fund. A group of young people worked with support from Transport for London, The London Transport Museum, London Metropolitan Archives and others to create the work you will find here.


Please explore our documentary about the project and oral histories featuring disabled people talking about their experiences on public transport in London throughout the years.


National lottery players can also access additional content and see a preview of the heritage boards we have created which are on permanent display at Battersea Power Station.

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Visit to London Transport Museum - Acton Depot 5
Talk on Disability and public transport by TFL's Simon Murphy 2_edited
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