Discussion in 'transport' started by danny la rouge, Apr 30, 2017.
Yes, busily touting my wares.
Such a fine sight to see, I'm sure.
Just leaving St Pancras on way to Ramsgate. Copasetic.
walked through St Pancras station about 30 minutes ago
Birmingham Fucking New Street.
Did you admire the mighty brick erection?
(Windermere, end of the platform heading towards .. everywhere else. )
Stuck in traffic on M1 heading north, near woburn me thinks. Traffic is at a standstill in fact.
Nice pair of class 20s on the railhead cleaning train there
Paddington Station ...its a bit busy
Just left London Victoria on a train ~20 minutes ago. They're giving away tubs of Muller Rice if anyone is interested.
they were at kings x last week, I know someone who managed to get about 30 of them , clearly a big fan of rice pudding
Lol! I only grabbed the two. One for me and one for someone else.
Adlington. It's dark so I can't see what it looks like.
South Bermondsey. Kill me now
My place of birth! (not the station)
My mum used to work near there, at Peek Freans
So did mine and me sister. Soon to be converted into yuppie hutches
(((((sealion's ma and sister))))) dreadful news
Yeah, The developers are passing Bermondsey off as zone 1 living because it's on the doorstep of the city Zone 2 don't look good on the glossy brochures knocking around in estate agents offices in china. There won't be much physical history left of London soon. Some lovely buildings being knocked for no reason other than money. Cunts
Dickens no longer filmed in London as so little early nineteenth century architecture left
Shad Thames was used for some settings in Oliver twist. Always film crews about in Bermo/ Borough high street when i was a kid. Clink street now littered with fucking Coffee shops.
I grabbed 3
So at least there’s one good thing about development then.
if only that were the case. there is now greater 'churn' of buildings as those of recent construction have increasingly brief lives. i used to work in a building near aldgate east which was built in the 1970s and has now been torn down and a new block of flats built on them. the buildings in dalston square are expected to have lives shorter than 20 years. when they're replaced i doubt their successors will have a lifespan longer than that. and apart from it all being shit building it has the greater failing of being plug ugly to boot.
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