Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Six Ps

19/1/16 Richmond – Putney – Return There’s three ways to upgrade a train station as a franchise operator. You can go right ahead and do it, your can consult with your staff and passengers and do the upgrades based on … Continue reading

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Familiar

18/1/16 Richmond I took a bus into town for a little shopping and some lunch while I was at it. The buses, both there and back, behaved perfectly for a change. Worryingly I noticed something as I was wheeling between … Continue reading

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Sunday Service

17/1/16 Richmond – Kingston – Return Another Sunday with no practical train service sees me again resort to the slower bus. Except of course, it being Sunday, there’s little traffic so although the bus stops lots to pick up and … Continue reading

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Transport Wars – A Lost Hope

16/1/16 Intended – Richmond – Waterloo – Red Lion Square – Return Actual – Richmond – Westminster – Victoria – Goodge Street – Kings Cross – Euston – Willesden Junction – Richmond Well, dear Reader, I suggest fetching your beverage … Continue reading

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Something Old, Something New

14/1/16 Richmond – Westminster – Return I hate travelling close to rush hour and will rearrange my whole day to avoid it. Crowds and wheelchairs don’t mix, but sometimes it’s unavoidable. If someone offers you a window in their busy … Continue reading

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