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Distances from London
The AA used to produce a set of paper maps which were mostly black and white but had red lines indicating the best driving route from the city named on the front to every major town in Britain. Does anyone know what they were called, because I can't find anything abut them on the web. I'd like to know for how many different cities were these maps produced. -- Basil Jet recently enjoyed...
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Two odd things today - Overground
1. At Dalston Junction a train reversed into the northbound platform 4. 2. An Anglia passenger train was stalled just ouside Canonbury station on the North London line.
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What's quickest - Dalston to Clapham...
From Dalston what's the quicker to Clapham Jct on the overgound - south via Canada Water etc or west via Camden etc. Also, I'm going to Wimbledon - is it quicker to go via Highbury and the Victoria/District lines or overground to Whitechapel then District. Or any other route...
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STAR service starts tomorrow (Monday)
Meridian Water station, which has had a sparse peak-only service since it replaced Angel Road station earlier in the year, will get an all-day half-hourly daily terminator from Stratford starting tomorrow, using the new two-way single track from Lea Bridge station. (I presume the new junction has a name, but I've not heard it. Lea Bridge junction maybe?) -- Basil Jet recently enjoyed...
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Electric Shapps
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Northern Line goes south
The whole Northern Line has been suspended since just before 6am this morning, because of 'signal systems failure at the main control centre'. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-49576740
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Pumping useful heat out of the Tube
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BYD to Buy Boris Bus Builder?
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Name that viaduct
I think that all of this video is shot in London, but I don't recognise the viaduct at 25 seconds in. https://youtu.be/LC8QVYPzhSo?t=25 BTW, I apologise for the awful music in the video. She does good music here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcDFBL-Tuko -- Basil Jet recently enjoyed listening to
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Park Royal Station
Some of you will remember that about 20 years ago the planning permission for the business park on the former Guinness factory near Park Royal Piccadilly Line station included the building of platforms on the Central Line, turning Park Royal into a Central - Piccadilly interchange. The station was a requirement if more than 5 of the proposed 10 blocks were ever opened... pictures of the new...
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West Hamstead North London Line Station
For the first time in ages, I alighted yesterday at West Hampstead Station on the North London Line. This station has been a building site for a very long time and it now seems the work is nearing completion. The old entrance hall is closed and on Sunday a new one opened a few yards further south. It's spacious and well lit and is an improvement on the previous arrangement. I don't know how...
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CMA worries about Ely passengers
I'm surprised Roland didn't post this Ely-related story: CMA warns train passengers face higher prices if Abellio takes on East Midlands franchise The UK’s competition watchdog raised concerns today about higher ticket fares on two routes it is probing as part of an investigation into Abellio’s acquisition of the East Midlands franchise. Abellio’s ownership of Greater Anglia means it...
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4G on the tube
"Transport for London confirmed to the Guardian that 4G mobile phone technology would go live in tunnels on most of the Jubilee line from March 2020 and on other lines in the coming years." https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/jul/19/calling-at-all- stations-tube-passengers-to-get-4g-reception-from-next-year A spin-off from the 4g replacement for Airwave, it says. Which...
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When is an e-ticket not an e-ticket?
Charles Ellson wrote: On Fri, 19 Jul 2019 00:22:38 -0000 (UTC), Recliner wrote: Charles Ellson wrote: On Thu, 18 Jul 2019 16:59:11 +0100, Roland Perry wrote: In message , at 01:11:12 on Thu, 18 Jul 2019, Charles Ellson remarked:
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Dual SIM phones was:Worker killed by...
In message , at 12:29:56 on Sun, 14 Jul 2019, Clank remarked: Roland Perry Wrote in message: That's where the albeit fairly rare dual-SIM phone has a role. Only, for some reason, rare in the UK. The reason is obvious: so many phones are either SIM-locked to one provider, or are fitted with SIMs on non-rollover tariffs, that the opportunities for fitting a second true-Pay-as-you-go...
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ES: Crossrail at risk of being delayed...
Crossrail is at major risk of having its opening delayed by even longer than already feared and requiring even more public money, it emerged today. The crisis-hit line has already soared 2.8bn in cost to 17.6bn and its opening is due between October 2020 and March 2021, the original December 2018 date having been abandoned a year ago. A series of high-level warnings by Crossrails independent...
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Cycle lanes cutting pollution
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class 710 first day
wrote: A couple of photos of the first day of 710s on the GOBLIN, 23 May: 710261 at Upper Holloway: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/47928229608/in/dateposted-public/ 710269 at Harringay Green Lanes: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/47928216841/in/dateposted-public/
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