Monday, May 7th, 2012

“In some ways the Tube was far more open to private enterprise than it is today. The lines were at first run as distinct enterprises. For a spell, different companies ran the clockwise and anti-clockwise trains on the Circle Line, even maintaining separate ticket booths.” – The Bottom Line: The Tube Goes Commercial

The Unbuilt Imperial Monument and other Unbuilt Londons.

Eventually when my genius is recognized and I have sold a gazillion books all of which have blockbuster film adaptations, or something, I like to daydream that my days will go write stuff in the morning, edit stuff in the afternoon, which I borrowed from John le Carré, and blog in the evening, which I did not.

Anyway, it’s a dream, shut up.