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An interesting publication on goods sheds and warehouses….. https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/railway-goods-shed-and-warehouse-in-england/the-railway-goods-shed-and-warehouse/ Why not to graffiti Japanese trains… https://japantoday.com/category/crime/australian-man-arrested-for-spraying-graffiti-on-tokyo-subway-cars And they’re here – expensive but wonderful!!!
A few more odds and ends that I’ve been saving….. Riding the tube – a photo essay. During his commute into central London, photographer Stefan Rousseau has started taking pictures of his fellow passengers, who are often absorbed in their … Continue reading
Day 6, and as usual, there’s plenty of snow: Woke up this morning to find it was still snowing. Decided on an easy day so in the continuing snow took 0904 to Davos and then on to Klosters, where I … Continue reading
Day 5, and not much sunbathing for Ron: Another snowfall overnight. Decided to do the last long trip of my holiday and travelled by Reichenau and Disentis to Andermatt. Intended to take photos of the Oberalppass but it was a … Continue reading
Day 4, and like all good Brits, Ron is reporting on the weather: A funny day weather wise. Started off snowing when I caught train to Chur but had left the snow behind when I reached the Rhine Balley. I … Continue reading
Day 3, and more snow: Woke up this morning to find there had been by UK standards a heavy snowfall overnight, most of which had melted by the time I got back this afternoon. Decided to head south and caught … Continue reading