Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Hot and Cold of Customer Service

30/6/15 Richmond – Waterloo – Brixton – Return I love the summer. Warm weather really suits me, and apparently suits the chair too because it seems to run faster, smoother and the battery lasts longer. Hot weather on public transport … Continue reading

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Rule of Threes

28/6/15 Lincoln – Newark – Kings Cross – Hammersmith – Richmond Having had two previous hopeless trips I wasn’t sure whether it’s ‘third time’s a charm’ or ‘bad luck comes in threes’. Either way today I was going to find … Continue reading

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Homer Had It Easy

25/6/15 Intended – Richmond – Earls Court – Kings Cross – Newark Northgate – Lincoln Actual – Richmond – Earls Court – Kings Cross – Peterborough – Lincoln After yesterdays largely self inflicted botched trip I set about today with … Continue reading

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Diary of a Failed Trip

24/6/2015 Richmond – Earls Court – Kings Cross – Lincoln (In the style of a very tedious and short episode of 24) Mission – To cross London and catch the 19:06 train to Lincoln. You have 90 minutes to complete … Continue reading

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Easy Come, Somewhat Harder to Go.

10/6/2015 Richmond – Westminster – Return Sometimes I’m lucky enough to be invited to speak with influential people who make decisions or inform opinion. I always enjoy when this involves a trip to Portcullis House as this is a very … Continue reading

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I’m Nearly Normal

7/6/2015 Richmond – Earls Court – Green Park – Langham Place – Euston – Willesden Jct – Richmond I travel quite frequently, not daily, but certainly often enough to consider myself seasoned. Although I write a lot about things going … Continue reading

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The One That Got Away.

6/6/2015 Richmond – Twickenham – Return Today’s trip barely counts as a journey. A simple bus trip across the borough to visit a market and enjoy some early summer sun. For me it was a simple, gentle day out. The … Continue reading

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