Monthly Archives: March 2015

Perfect Planning Prevents Poor Performance.

24/3/15 Richmond – Waterloo – Holborn – Return You will have noticed, if you’ve read much of this drivel that I commit to the eternal archive of embarrassment that is the internet, that it is possible, with a little thought, … Continue reading

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Turnitoffandonagain

23/3/15 Richmond – Kingston – Return I hopped on the bus as the first part of the journey today. I’m learning that this is a bit of a lottery, especially on the more ‘provincial’ routes which run the older, often … Continue reading

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Bad Planning, Bad Advice & Failed Technology.

21/3/15 Intended – Richmond – Waterloo – London Bridge – Canary Wharf – Return Actual – Richmond – Waterloo – abort The objective for today was a simple one, a little touristy sight seeing round the new Crossrail station at … Continue reading

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Oops, I Broke My First Bus.

19/3/15 Richmond – Twickenham – Clapham – Wimbledon – Mitcham -Wimbledon – Richmond There are days when you know you should never have got out of bed. This wasn’t one of them, but definitely started out that way. It was … Continue reading

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A Sign of the Future?

17/3/15 Richmond – Hammersmith – Fulham – Return My destination today was in one of those bits of London that’s a transport desert if you can’t use buses. Previous trips have involved walking from Clapham and West Brompton (interesting on … Continue reading

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Travelling Back in Time

28/2/15 Lincoln There are many problems with public transport for disabled and elderly people in London, and I’m the first to highlight every issue, so it’s very easy to lose perspective. It takes a trip away to remind me how … Continue reading

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