The Central Line gets the aspiblog treatment! Along the way a wide variety of attractions are mentioned, plenty of pictures are shown and past, present and one vision of the future are covered.
INTRODUCTION Welcome to the latest in my series “London Station by Station“, the second post in this series to feature a station to have fallen victim to the axe (see also the piece on Aldwych). THE ONE TIME NORTHERN OUTPOST OF LONDON UNDERGROUND Ongar became a London Underground station immediately post World War II, and … Continue reading “Special Post: Ongar”
INTRODUCTION This is the sixth post in a series I have started recently, in the form of a station by station guide to London. Before moving on to the meat of today’s post, here is a link to the previous five. LOUGHTON Loughton has been served by the Central line since 1948, but before that … Continue reading “Special Post: Loughton”
First up the big news: for the first time in EIGHT YEARS I have a paid job though not alas enough to get me off benefits. I have completed two days as a Data Input Clerk at James & Sons Auctioneers of Fakenham, and have made an excellent start to the work. Following on from … Continue reading “A bit of everything”
My write up of yesterday’s tour round Watatunga Wildlife Reserve near Watlington in Norfolk.
Another twist on the ‘all time XI’ theme as the Arthurians (11 players with given name Arthur) take on the Bills (11 players with given name Bill) for a trophy I have playfully dubbed “The Grail Trophy”.
The second post in my series about my visit to Cornwall, in which I cover the journey from St Germans to St Ives.
The start of a new series – A Grtockle’s Eye View of Cornwall.
The first in a series of posts about #Autisticspecialinterests that will be appearing here during May.
An account of the Glenfinnan-Mallaig section of The Jacobite journey.