Sunday Situation Normal

27/3/2016

Richmond – Kingston – Return

Another simple Sunday trip, except of course that it was Easter weekend. Anywhere else in the UK this would mean little or no public transport but you’ve gotta love London. There weren’t even any engineering works on the rails. Not that this matters. Trains run so infrequently on Sundays as to be almost useless. Roll on TfL taking over the suburban rail network. Until then, buses will suffice.

The great thing was that the most notable thing about this four bus trip was that I managed to avoid the rains of the oncoming Storm Katie. Well, almost. I got caught in a downpour between the last bus and my front door, but better to get soaked going home than when you’re heading out.

But this is a blog about transport, and since the only thing to mention was a brief negotiation to share the wheelchair space with a buggy, then I’m going to let you get on with your regular scheduled activities.

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About Alan

I'm an Economist, Geek, Campaigner & wheelchair user who's been using all forms of public transport for 20+ years.
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