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It was only a matter of time?

Holy shit – this is awful…

Bombed London bus

Roseneath, Wellington, Thursday, July 7th, 2005

The District Line

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Maida Vale, London, Saturday, September 11th, 2004

On the tube

Living in London, I spend a hefty percentage of my time on the underground. Generally I hate it, but I also realise it’s one of those things that I will really miss about London when the time comes to leave.

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The next train is for High Barnet. Barnet is British slang for ‘Hair’.

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Maida Vale, London, Saturday, September 11th, 2004

District Line

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Maida Vale, London, Saturday, September 11th, 2004

Bakerloo Line

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Maida Vale, London, Saturday, September 11th, 2004

Wymering Mansions

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Maida Vale, London, Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

Tube Strike

Tube strike – it took four hours to get to work…. FOUR hours!!

Maida Vale, London, Thursday, July 1st, 2004

The Last flight of Concorde

Last flight of the Concorde

Concorde passes the Tower of London for the last time?

People at Tower Hill watch Concorde's last flight

People at Tower Hill watch Concorde’s last flight

Maida Vale, London, Wednesday, November 5th, 2003

Ghost Stations

I read an article in last saturdays TV Guide in the Guardian about Urban Exploring. I found a site about the disused stations on the London Underground. I’ve always looked out for the ‘ghost stations’ as I ride on the underground but I’ve never seen one. This picture is wicked – I never thought that there would actually be disused trains down there.


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Maida Vale, London, Saturday, July 12th, 2003

Liberation Day

At the weekend I liberated myself from one of my vices. No more talking ceaselessly about absolute shite on the weekends. No more 7 hour memory blanks. No more doing things that I shouldn’t do, and then not having the foggiest until someone tells me the next day. No more freaking out friends that aren’t quite sure what I’m on and want me to go and stand over there please….
Prepare to die, Ebenezer!

1. Prepare to die, Ebenezer!

After crushing, the vacuum cleaner removes the debris

2. After crushing, the vacuum cleaner removes the debris

Happy and free

3. Happy and free!

Putting away the vacuum cleaner

4. Putting away the vacuum cleaner (photo by Steve)

Maida Vale, London, Monday, June 16th, 2003

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