Artesian Well House (Wimbledon Park)
Twenty-two Tudor chimneys (Chalfont & Latimer)
Cricket bat image on gravestone (Finchley Central)
Crooked chimney  (Hampstead)
Image on gravestone of Zeppelin being bombed (West Brompton)
Memorial in the shape of an armchair (Kensal Green)
Club in old public toilet (Shepherd's Bush)
Generally bizarre set-up (Hatton Cross)
Peaceful walk along old railway tracks (Mill Hill East)
Quirky urban walk - lots of lions and gasholders (Parsons Green)
Shelter for burial ground watchman (anti body-snatching) (Wanstead)
Circular shelter for river watchman (Highbury & Islington)
Theatre in old mortuary (Hampstead)       
Tidal Mill (Bromley by Bow)                                        
Two unusual memorials in churchyard (Pinner)
Village stocks (Ickenham)
Wacky architecture (Kingsbury)
Waterwheels (Morden, Colliers Wood) 
Waterworks 'castle' (Manor House)
Windmills (Upminster, Wimbledon)
World War 2 Pill Box(Putney Bridge)
World War 2 memento of secret operation 'Intone' at site of RAF Chigwell (Debden)
Antique optician's sign (Richmond)         (photo)  

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Specially Recommended Places
Amersham  (Well-preserved market town out in Buckinghamshire - right at the end of a Tube line)
Camden Town (Huge trendy market and canal walk)
Chalfont & Latimer (Beautiful country and woodland ramble, some way out of London)
Cockfosters (Lovely country park) (photo)
Croxley (Fascinating wander along Grand Canal and round old watercress beds)
Cutty Sark, (Maritime Greenwich.Old Royal Naval College, Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum - it's got the lot!)
Golders Green (Golders Hill Park and The Hill Garden. Perfectly kept landscaped park, children's zoo, plus raised pergola walk hidden in the woodland of West Heath)
Gunnersbury (Discover an old fishing village by the Thames - and a steam museum) Hampstead (Still has the twisty streets of a village - famous for its artists and writers)
Morden (Old park and wetland by the River Wandle, plus some intriguing old buildings)

Richmond  (Georgian town on the Thames  A full day's visit out of London. Much history and elegant architecture.)
Parsons Green (Off-beat exploration of some of the oddities to be found off the King's Road and in the area that leads to the Chelsea Marina.)

Warwick Avenue (A wonderful walk along Regent's Canal from Little Venice to Camden Lock. Passes London Zoo and the amazing Snowdon Aviary.)

These are just a few of the many fascinating things to be found at London Tube Rambles. There are architectural gems, beautiful country views, historic places and quirky buildings  in the area covered by the outer London Underground stations. Usually the discoveries are within a mile of the Tube - often only five minutes walk away. If you reached this as an individual page via a search engine, you might like to click on the above link and see more places to explore. You'll be amazed at what's out there!