Monthly Archives: July 2015

How to Make A ¬£5m Accessible Train Inaccessible.

28/7/15 Richmond – Waterloo – Brixton – Waterloo – Westminster – Richmond I’ve had a few trips recently that have gone quite well. Reading other accounts I’ve also noticed trips going well for other disabled travellers so I’d begun to … Continue reading

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Well, That’s New

20/7/15 Richmond – Earl’s Court – Fulham Broadway – Kensington – Hammersmith – Richmond I’ve lived in London for four years now, which is about how long I stay somewhere before moving on, but I still don’t consider myself a … Continue reading

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Wanted: Title – Apply within.

17/7/15 Richmond – Clapham Junction – Shepherds Bush – Clapham Junction – Richmond Two things have occurred to me when thinking about travelling as a wheelie. Firstly, and it’s kind of obvious, that the more changes are involved in a … Continue reading

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It Never Goes Wrong When Someone’s Watching.

14/7/15 Richmond – Waterloo – Southwark – Tower Bridge – Bricklayer’s Arms – Elephant & Castle – Southwark – Waterloo – Richmond There is an old adage about the journey being more important than the destination. Sometimes this is literally … Continue reading

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A Failed Battleplan

10/7/15 Richmond – Twickenham – Richmond – Hammersmith – Green Park – walk – Waterloo – Richmond During the recent election Transport for All published their 7 Demands for Accessible Transport¬† and encouraged all disabled and older people to raise … Continue reading

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Strike!

9/7/15 Chelsea – Waterloo – Richmond There’s been quite a bit of commentary on the subject of how a walkout on the tube gives the general public an insight into what public transport is like for disabled and older travellers, … Continue reading

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Saved by a Second Bus.

8/7/15 Richmond – Hammersmith – Chelsea I think this is likely to be the shortest entry I’ve ever written. whilst this might be good for you, the reader, its brevity is not for your benefit. It’s short simply because there’s … Continue reading

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