Free DLR Audio Guides + Discover East London Infographic
Discover the colorful history of East London with free DLR audio guides. Impress your friends with your knowledge of the history of the area, including insider info about the key landmarks that can be seen from DLR trains.
To download the audio guide for all the different DLR routes simply visit www.tfl.gov.uk/planet-dlr.
Here’s a taster of what you could learn with these awesome free audio guides:
- The Cutty Sark takes her name from a character in a poem by Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1790
- The DLR station at Bank is the deepest station below street level on the Transport for London network in central London, about 136 feet below ground
- Part of a paint factory over the river at Burrells Wharf would send out different coloured smoke depending on the paint being produced. The area was famous for its pink pigeons