Monthly Archives: December 2014

Complainer’s Dilemma

 21/12/14 Richmond – Willesden Jct – Euston – Taxi Return Any system to provide assistance to passengers has two components, the procedures to follow, the recipe as it were, and the people who actually do the work, whether that’s handling … Continue reading

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Have ramp, will travel

20/12/14 Richmond – Hammersmith – Taxi return I’ve been ‘discussing’ with London Underground the possibility/practicality of having ramps at Hammersmith for over six months now. It is, after all, an otherwise step free station. The discussions are involved but can … Continue reading

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Less about travel, more Arts.

16/12/14 Richmond – Willesden Jct – Euston – Taxi return For the second day running the journey in passed without incident or failure. I’m not sure but I think this is a record for London Overground. All I can say … Continue reading

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No results are still results

15/12/14 Richmond – Willesden Jct – Euston – Taxi return I blog primarily to keep a record of my experiences. Science teaches us that it’s important to gather data since it is only through evidence that you can prove a … Continue reading

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15 minutes of fame, again

8/12/14 Richmond – Waterloo – Taxi – Taxi return Over the last few years the media has reported an increasing number of stories related to disability, whether related to government policy, campaigns for access and disability rights or ‘inspirational’ stories. … Continue reading

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I’ll name that tune in ….

5/12/14 Richmond – Willesden Jct – Euston – Return Some days there is a wonderful irony to a journey, almost as though the Universe knows what you’re doing and decides to add it’s own little spin, and so it was … Continue reading

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Extremes

1/12/14 Richmond – Kingston – Return I’ve talked before about what a difference the staff on the railway can make to the quality of a journey for both good and bad, and sometimes, like today, the contrast is stark. I … Continue reading

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