TOWN are preparing to play consecutive games in the capital for the first time since April 1997.
This time it's Millwall on Tuesday and Leyton Orient next Saturday.
Back then it was Crystal Palace on a Saturday and Charlton the following Wednesday.
It finished 1-1 at Selhurst Park, where Andy Payton scored for Town in front of a 13,541 attendance, and 2-1 to Charlton at The Valley, where 11,032 watched Paul Dalton get Town's goal.
More memorable for Town fans were the successive London trips of May 1995.
At Brentford, Town claimed a nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out success to claim a place in the Division II (now League I) play-off final (the game itself finished 1-1, with Andy Booth getting Town's goal in front of 11,161).
The big game against Bristol Rovers took place 11 days later at Wembley.
Booth and Chris Billy were the goalscoring heroes of the 2-1 win, which took place before a 59,175 crowd.
In 1981-82, a 1-1 FA Cup fourth-round draw with Orient at Leeds Road led to a Tuesday night replay in the East End five days before an old Division III engagement at Wimbledon.
Mick Buxton's boys went down 2-0 each time, with 6,470 watching at Brisbane Road and 2,499 at Plough Lane, the Dons' home until 1990.