A video from my old friends at WCCTV showing a time-lapse images of railway construction in London.
Until Dr Beeching came along, Banff was connected to the rest of the United Kingdom by a railway line. The railway line to Banff finally closed in 1968. A pity. Given the general state of the roads in the UK (overcrowded and often in disrepair) and the need for us to reach climate targets, perhaps greater use of modern railway trains might have helped us in the longer term. But then, UK governments (especially the so-called Government we have in place now), can’t seem to plan beyond the end of the next week, let alone a year or more’s time. Long term planning? Forget it!!!
Where there were once railway tracks, there are now walking/jogging paths. Every cloud has a silver lining…
We’ve now left Holland and we’re on the move…….but where to? A new house waits for us somewhere. All will be revealed…
50 years ago man landed on the moon….the message in this image must be pertinent
Riding on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in London. Eek! No driver!!!
A bit of fish-eye!
Amsterdam public transport – second to none! I just love riding on the trams.
Please click on the link below, close your eyes and join me in the main lobby in Central Station Amsterdam (a natural echo chamber). Towards the end you’ll here a station announcement but the natural echo in the main lobby makes it hard to hear what is being announced.
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