Farringdon Extension Add-On for Microsoft Train Simulator (PC CD)
Product Description: Farringdon Extension includes new stations and activities to be enjoyed with Train Simulator and is designed to run with or without the...... more
Product Description: Farringdon Extension includes new stations and activities to be enjoyed with Train Simulator and is designed to run with or without the Midland Mainline route. There are four detailed activities included and if you are already the owner of Midland Mainline there are a further two activities for you to enjoy. Running from north to south from West Hampstead your journey takes you through Kentish Town and then to St Pancras International for connections to Eurostar and the East Midlands. Next stop is Farringdon which links you with the London Undergrounds Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines. You can then choose between taking the limited service on the Moorgate Branch passing through the Barbican or take the Blackfriars route connecting to City Thameslink.
Maps International Central London street Wall Map Laminated
Large Central London Street Map available to buy from Maps International. Map details: Large enhanced street map of Central London. Street level detail covering...... more
Large Central London Street Map available to buy from Maps International. Map details: Large enhanced street map of Central London. Street level detail covering the area from Hammersmith in the West, to Greenwich and the Isle of Dogs in the East. From Islington and Stoke Newington in the North, to Wandsworth and Brixton in the South. Large Central London map contains details of London Boroughs and postcode areas, as well as points of interest in the London streets. Map uses: Large map of Central London with street level detail is ideal for the workplace. Wall map shows London Underground stations and the congestion charge zone is also shown. This is an ideal map for planning out transport routes and journeys in London, as it contains railway lines, road and street level detail.
Swiss Cottage 1866-71: London Sheet 37.1 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London) - Pamela Taylor
London Sheet 37.1 Swiss Cottage 1866-71 - published 2006; intro by Pamela Taylor. The map is centred on Swiss Cottage, with its underground station, New College...... more
London Sheet 37.1 Swiss Cottage 1866-71 - published 2006; intro by Pamela Taylor. The map is centred on Swiss Cottage, with its underground station, New College (a training college for dissenting ministers), and School for the Blind. The map also covers West Hampstead, and the area of south and west Hampstead developed as part of the Maryon Wilson estate. It also includes part of the Belsize estate. In the NE of the map is a stretch of Haverstock Hill, including Hampstead Vestry Hall; in the SE corner is part of Primrose Hill, while Edgware Road cuts across the SW corner. Several railways emerge from tunnels on the map, including the LNWR at Loudon Road station, and Metropolitan, Midland and Hampstead Junction at the Finchley Road stations. Principal roads include Priory Road, Finchley Road, Fitzjohns Avenue, Eton Avenue, Adelaide Avenue and many more. The 1871 map shows an area which is still largely undeveloped north of Swiss Cottage. This map includes extracts from an early street directory for Adelaide Road, Belsize Road/Square, Finchley New Rd, Loudon Road.
Dave MacLeod Extraordinary Climbs - featuring The First Great Climb and Climbing....No Limits! Today Britain's great crags have been thoroughly explored by...... more
Dave MacLeod Extraordinary Climbs - featuring The First Great Climb and Climbing....No Limits! Today Britain's great crags have been thoroughly explored by successive generations - so what remains for today's bold, ambitious rock athletes? From the makers of the award-winning Great Climb, two outstanding films showcasing one of the world's best climbers Dave MacLeod. - The First Great Climb is a moving tribute to three almost forgotten men who, in 1867, made the perilous sea crossing to the uninhabited Hebridean island of Handa just off the west coast of Sutherland. Their mission was to be the first people to stand on the top of an isolated pillar of rock, the Great Stac. Failure would have meant certain death. Success, won against all the odds, gave birth to modern climbing. - In Climbing... No Limits! Dave MacLeod and Alan Cassidy travel south of the Border to the heart of the English climbing scene. In an astonishing week they attempt two innovative first ascents. One is deep underground, in Jingling Pot, North Yorkshire. After a nerve wracking descent Dave and Alan must inch their way up slimy, wet rock to the light. The second climb is in the huge entrance to Peak Cavern in Derbyshire where they are the first to be allowed to attempt a sport climb in this historic location. As seen on BBC Scotland. Double DVD. Approximate running time 120 minutes.A perfect gift. Secure your purchase by clicking the shopping basket button at the top right of the screen now.
Sol Stone has remained an underground figure in the New York magic scene for more than 50 years. Although many of his routines have been published in various...... more
Sol Stone has remained an underground figure in the New York magic scene for more than 50 years. Although many of his routines have been published in various magazines and books, very few magicians have ever seen him perform. Sol's magic is quick, direct and visual. His technique is superb and he has a "soft touch" which helps make everything he does seem very magical.This video features some of his favorite routines with coins, chips, pins, sponge balls, ropes, balls, and finger rings.Includes performances and explanations to:Fusion Fission: Two quarters change into a half-dollar and back to two quarters. Tenkai Quarters: A quarter magically jumps from one hand to the other. Vanishing Eagle: A quarter placed into your fist vanishes, as both hands are shown empty. Cointemplate: Two coins are placed under a clear plate held by a spectator. One of the coins startlingly penetrates up through the glass to appear on top of the plate. Chaperone: A routine with three different colored balls accompanied by a cute presentation. Balls are repeatedly placed in your pocket but appear back in your hand. The routine ends with all the balls vanishing. Ring On, Ring Off: A borrowed ring penetrates the center of a pen that is held at both ends by a spectator. Just as easily the ring is pulled off the pen. Acupuncture: A quick linking pin routine with an acupuncture presentation. North, South, East and West: As two coins are moved to opposite sides of the table one of them magically disappears and joins the other. Jarred Coin: A coin repeatedly vanishes from your hand to appear inside a little jar. The jar is sealed shut but the coin still manages to vanish from your hand and appear inside the jar. Purple Cow: A quick and direct spellbound routine presented as a poem. A silver coin changes to a purple coin a
Silk And Skip present Chicago's Finest The Chicago LP / CD CD 1 1. Ricky Bradshaw Feat. Shawn Christopher : Never Knew Love 4:50 2. Steve "Silk" Hurley Feat....... more
Silk And Skip present Chicago's Finest The Chicago LP / CD CD 1 1. Ricky Bradshaw Feat. Shawn Christopher : Never Knew Love 4:50 2. Steve "Silk" Hurley Feat. Dannie Scott : Takin' Me Higher (Alright) 5:30 3. Jesse Saunders : What's This FX 3:58 4. Ricky Bradshaw Feat. Shawn Christopher : Touched By Your Love 3:51 5. Roy Davis Jr. Feat. Terry Dexter : Magic 3:58 6. Mr. K-Alexi Feat. B. Laurén : I Got Lovin 4:21 7. DJ Rhythm Feat. Missy Hernandez : You're The One 3:47 8. Marshall Jefferson & Steve "Silk" Hurley Feat. B. Laurén : Just A Feelin' (That I Get) 4:329. Terry Hunter Feat. Amanda Shane : Superstar 4:10 10. Bad Boy Bill Feat. Kevin Irving : All Night With You 3:28 11. CZR Feat. Delano : How I Feel 3:37 12. Maurice Joshua Feat. Jean Davis : So Amazing (Remix) 4:41 13. Syleena Johnson : Peace Pipe 4:39 14. DJ Skip : The Hustle Of Life 4:16 15. E. Smoove Feat. Latanza : Miracle 4:36 16. Joe Smooth : Keep On Praisin' 4:58 CD 2 1. Fast Eddie & Silk : Chicago House Scene (Freaky Mix) 3:37 2. Malik Yusef Feat. Common, Kanye West & J.V. : Wouldn't You Like To Ride (S&S Remixes) 4:58 3. George Jackson Feat. Xaviera Gold : Another Day 3:41 4. Steve "Silk" Hurley Feat. Javanté : Classic 4:18 5. Voices Of Life Feat. Sharon Pass : Runnin' Away 3:44 6. Stacy Kidd Presents Underground Elements Feat. Joi Williams : Yesterday (H&H Soul Survivors Mix) 3:48 7. Ron Carroll & Trina Tru-Luv : Do Me Baby 3:28 8. DJ Kelly G. Feat. Jasmin Ray : South Africa 3:40 9. Hyper Harp & DJ Skip Feat. Ava Cherry : Please Believe 3:49 10. Mr. K-Alexi : Beautiful Chi-Biza 5:36 11. Paul Johnson : After The Storm 3:44 12. Gene Hunt Feat. Lafayette Parker & Tina Appleberry : Get Down 3:51 13. Jamie Principle : Baby Wants To Ride (Original 1984 Demo) 4:43 and many more
Advantages: Clean, efficient, friendly staff Disadvantages: not enough frequency to some stations
...I use the South West Trains service between Salisbury and Tisbury, and Salisbury, Tisbury and London Waterloo frequently. The old diesel trains have been refurbished, and are very comfortable. They are still quite loud, but quite smooth. They are always immaculate, and punctual, and the staff are great. There is always a buffet trolley, which is well stocked and is reasonably priced. The fares...
...Having travelled with a number of different train operators, I have to sadly say that South West Trains ranks amongst, if not, the lowest of the bunch. This is sad, because it is also the train operator that I (have to) use most frequently.
If travelling from London Waterloo and you do not board the train early enough or joining at a later stop, then finding a seat can be vary from being very...
Advantages: Convenient method of transport, frequent trains, Easy to get around Disadvantages: Signal Failures, Broken Trains and Heat!
...rains in 1985 and at London Underground Stations after the Kings Cross fire in 1987.
The roaring success of London?s first underground Line swiftly opened up avenues for new lines to be built. Soon afterwards, the District Line came into being along the River Thames, and not long after that, the Circle Line was built to link the District Line in the South to the Metropolitan Line in the Nor...