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“Going Underground”

published 09/05/2016

AdvantagesA really unusual train design, reminds David of our trip to London, fab quality, reasonably priced

DisadvantagesNo magnets on the back and front of the train

...~x~x~x~ When a train-loving little boy meets 'The Tube' ~x~x~x~ When we went to London for a few days last year I knew (then) four year old David would enjoy the fact I was leaving the car in Wembley and we were going to be travelling around the capital by train, both underground and overground. I wasn't , however, expecting it to be the highlight of his trip - well, knowing David as...

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“London Underground”

published 23/04/2007

AdvantagesConvenient method of transport, frequent trains, Easy to get around

DisadvantagesSignal Failures, Broken Trains and Heat!

...♣ The London Underground ♣ ----------------------------------------- Considering I travel on the London Underground at least 6 days a week, it seemed fitting that I came across this category to write under. On top of that, two years ago I spent two days raising money for St Helena Hospice by visiting all of the 275 stations on the network. By the way, if anyone ever feels the urg...

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“Going Underground?”

published 04/03/2010

AdvantagesFast, pretty reliable, Oyster fares are OK, clean

DisadvantagesDelays, weekend engineering works, a lot of the staff are muppets

...couldn?t really understand why people in London complained about it so much. Then I moved to London. I still think the Underground is great, but I?m certainly far more aware of its issues. A Potted History of the London Underground The London Underground was the first underground railway in the world and the first of its many lines opened way back in 1863. It wasn?t electrified until the 1890s...

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