Peter Meade went along as one of the "extras" and took the photo above at Charing Cross on the old Jubilee Line platform. The original artwork for the poster has an old lady with her cat in a shopping trolley. You can see the old lady but Peter tells me that the cat wasn't there!
TfL's agency got Rob Frampton England’s Strongest Man and British Strongest Man top competitor, and British and international weightlifter Rich Gorvin to be the two weightlifters.
You can see a video of the re-construction here
Rich Gorvin said in the video: “It's nice that they're giving the information out, so you know what to expect. And if you know what to expect you can plan around it.”
With 3 million extra passenger journeys taking place over the London 2012 Games. New research showed that despite 84 per cent of Londoners being aware that travel will be affected during the London Games, less than one in eight have actually decided how they may need to change their travel plans. So the Get Ahead of the Games people have got their work cut out. I'm planning to work at home as my expected two hour journey (at least) each way isn't exactly filling me with delight.
Has anyone else started planning yet or are you going to leave it until nearer the time?