David Bowie and Iggy Pop flew from London to New York on 10 March 1977.
David Bowie returned to the United Kingdom on 2 May 1976, to continue his world tour. He arrived at London’s Victoria Station to be greeted by ecstatic crowds.
Following the completion of the first phase of Young Americans recording sessions, on 24 August 1974 David Bowie embarked on a three-day train journey from Philadelphia to Los Angeles.
David Bowie’s concert at the Exhibition Hall in Jacksonville, Florida, on 4 July 1974 was cancelled.
Having completed three days of rehearsals, David Bowie and the Diamond Dogs Tour cast and crew left New York for Montreal on 12 June 1974.
David Bowie left Cannes for New York aboard the SS France on 3 April 1974.
David Bowie had travelled from London to Paris on 29 March 1974. On 2 April he began the six-hour train journey to Cannes.
David Bowie left the UK on 29 March 1974. Although he returned numerous times, he never again lived permanently in his country of birth.
David Bowie returned to London from Amsterdam on 15 February 1974.
David Bowie chose to leave the UK for tax purposes in early 1974. One result was a three-day promotional visit to the Netherlands.
David Bowie ended a holiday in Rome on 7 August 1973, returning to London by train and boat.
Having mostly completed the Pin Ups album, on 1 August 1973 David Bowie travelled from Paris to Rome for a holiday.
David Bowie left London on 9 July 1973, bound for Hérouville in France.
David Bowie and his band and crew travelled from London to Aberdeen on 15 May 1973.
David Bowie departed Paris for London on 4 May 1973.
David Bowie and Geoff MacCormack boarded a train from Moscow to Berlin on 2 May 1973.
David Bowie arrived in Nakhodka in Russia on 24 April 1973. From there he boarded a boat train to Khabarovsk, accompanied by Geoff MacCormack.
David Bowie boarded the Felix Dzerzhinsky liner at Yokohama, Japan, on 21 April 1973.
David Bowie, the Spiders From Mars, the road crew and the rest of their entourage travelled from Nagoya to Hiroshima in Japan on 13 April 1973.
In March 1973 David Bowie travelled from the USA to Japan aboard the SS Oronsay, stopping en route in San Francisco, Vancouver, and Hawaii.