Monthly Archives: December 2014

“The Blunders of our Governments” – the name says it all

I don’t intend to make a habit of doing this, but I have felt moved to write a brief book review. The book is called ‘The Blunders of our Governments’ and I was initially put off by the sensationalist-sounding title … Continue reading

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Extending the Underground – the numbers game

Introduction I have for some little while been writing a book about how London Underground has expanded since it was first built. You will already realize its origins came in two bursts: the first was 1863-1868 when the first steam-operated … Continue reading

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London Bus Services – A Route to Perfection?

I had intended to applaud the present state of London’s bus services and support this highly subjective view with a mass of statistical data showing just how superb things now are. Unfortunately, when I searched for the evidence, I not … Continue reading

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