This is both another shout out about my website, www.londontu.be and a flag up of what is probably my longest ever post.
AN EPOCHAL DATE
On December 18th, 1890, the City & South London Railway opened, covering a modest six stops, from Stockwell to King William Street. This little line marked the breaking of a new frontier in public transport – making use of the blue clay on which London is built it was in deep level tube tunnels, a technique made possible by the development of electric locomotion as an alternative to steam. This City & South London is now part of the line that in my website post I dubbed London Underground’s Worst Bodge Job – The Northern line.
I hope that you will share this, and also read my website post and spread the word both about the post itself and the website.