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An Advent Calendar of Vintage Adverts – 14th Dec

Each day I will unveil a new entry in my Advent calendar based on adverts printed in the Illustrated London News during the month of December eleventy-one years ago.

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London’s weekly railway news #27

A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news…

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An Advent Calendar of Vintage Adverts – 13th Dec

Each day I will unveil a new entry in my Advent calendar based on adverts printed in the Illustrated London News during the month of December eleventy-one years ago.

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Sleep in a Northern Line tube train carved out of ice

An ice-cold tube train has been designed that appears to run on the Northern Line.

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How close London came to being covered in concrete

One of London’s greatest strengths, and in some ways, its greatest curse, has been the lack of a dominating Overload with the power to tear down entire chunks of the city and rebuild it in their preferred style.

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25th anniversary of the Clapham Junction rail crash

At 8:10am on the 12th December 1988, three trains crashed into each other just outside Clapham Junction leading to 35 deaths and hundreds of injuries.

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An Advent Calendar of Vintage Adverts – 12th Dec

Each day I will unveil a new entry in my Advent calendar based on adverts printed in the Illustrated London News during the month of December eleventy-one years ago.

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An Advent Calendar of Vintage Adverts – 11th Dec

Each day I will unveil a new entry in my Advent calendar based on adverts printed in the Illustrated London News during the month of December eleventy-one years ago.

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An Advent Calendar of Vintage Adverts – 10th Dec

Each day I will unveil a new entry in my Advent calendar based on adverts printed in the Illustrated London News during the month of December eleventy-one years ago.

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Museum visitors have poorer memory if they take photos of exhibits

A study has claimed that people who take photos of exhibits in museums or galleries have a worse memory about their visit than those who walk around without a camera.

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