After abandoning “The Two Ting’s” Campaign, and removing the Tow-path Cycling Permit, British Waterways, (Canal and Rivers Trust) in partnership with TfL, have had a cunning idea to make cycling and walking on the London Cycle paths to coexist in a more peaceful manor. Given that the canal towpaths… Continue reading →
In 2011 passengers contributed about £6.5bn and taxpayers £4bn a year to the running of the railways (ref). Now I will be the first to admit I don’t like how the Rail Network is set up at current [1, and 2]. However… Continue reading →
Another map of the Canals in and around London, this one comes from British Waterways, via WaterScape.
Themes21 are an environmental charity working with London communities to bring London’s waterways to life. They plan to clean up waterside grot-spots, remove graffiti and create new habitats for wildlife and aim to transform neglected and littered waterways into areas that everyone… Continue reading →
Loupie, Donna and I headed down to World Goth Day at the Dev in Camden, Anki and Cecile were there with a load of other cool people.