The Olympic torch took a successful ride on the London Underground today, travelling on a train emblazoned with the Olympic rings.
Service Operator John Light, 64, was given the honour of carrying the flame a stop down the District Line, from Wimbledon to Wimbledon Park.
Earlier, double Olympic gold medalist James Cracknell carried the torch.
The rower and adventurer, 40, began today's relay in Kingston with the flame eventually bound for Ealing.
In a star-studded day for the Olympic Torch, the flame was carried by the captain of the Starship Enterprise and sport personalities alike.
The cast and crew of EastEnders are carrying out the final touches for tonight's Olympic Torch episode.
The Olympic Torch soared to new heights when it was taken to the top of the London Eye.