Monthly Archives: November 2015

Sigh

26/11/15 Richmond – Westminster – Return An unusually early start this morning, with a depressing result of missing assistance leading to yet another letter of complaint to TfL. Two in two days is … I’ll leave you to finish that … Continue reading

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A Compliment and a Complaint

25/11/15 Richmond – Waterloo – Brixton – Return Another trip to Brixton and unbelievably the ramp wrangler at Richmond forgot me again, leading to a mad panic and rush to get the ramp when the guard realised what was going … Continue reading

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So this is how commuters feel.

23/11/15 Richmond – Hammersmith – Liverpool Street – Westminster – Richmond Being in London I often hear about how bad public transport is through the news and twitter. People are only too eager to complain about delays, cancellations and overcrowding. … Continue reading

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On and Off and On Again.

17/11/15 Richmond – Waterloo – London Bridge – Waterloo – Kennington – (Vauxhall) – Waterloo – Richmond I’m quite lucky. I have an electric wheelchair with a decent set of motors and batteries that will take me 20 or 30 … Continue reading

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Advantages

6/11/15 Richmond – Waterloo – Brixton – Return Most of today’s journey went very smoothly. In fact it’s fair to say that today was one of those rare occasions when there’s a positive advantage to being a wheelchair traveller. The … Continue reading

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The Big Red Umbrella with Wheels

5/11/15 Richmond – Return I was lazy again today and took a short bus trip. In fact truth be told it wasn’t laziness it was self preservation. It was raining and I’ve said before just how wet you get when … Continue reading

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Mini Trips, and Why They’re Rare

4/11/15 North Sheen – East Sheen For most people the bus is used to cover just a handful of stops, or at least that’s my observation watching people get on and off. I’m still amazed by the number of people, … Continue reading

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