Monthly Archives: February 2015

Nothing to see here, move along.

20/2/15 Richmond – Willesden – Euston – Birmingham It’s very rare but a pleasure when a journey goes so well that there’s not really anything to write about. This is a regular and roundabout route, and not one you’ll find … Continue reading

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Everybody’s Late.

19/2/2015 Richmond – Waterloo – Regent St – Richmond Anyone who uses public transport, especially in London, would recognise the old idiom “Expect the Unexpected.” This is part of life’s rich tapestry, and to be honest I quite like the … Continue reading

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Same Ol, Same Ol.

21/2/15 Birmingham – Euston – Willesden Junction – Richmond It’s interesting, but not really surprising, that when travelling by rail the quality of service you receive as a disabled person, the attentiveness, seems to be inversely proportional to station size.  … Continue reading

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Ticket office closures and stranded passengers.

It comes as no surprise to me that I’m not the only one who has problems travelling on public transport with a wheelchair, in fact I know I’m not from talking to other people with disabilities. Sometimes these problems are … Continue reading

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