With print copies now being prepped for dispatch to subscribers at LR Towers, London Reconnections Magazine Issue 5: Overgrounded is now available to purchase in our online store. Transport is politics, politics is transport You don’t get transport without politics. This isn’t just because the source of all public funding, eventually, is the Treasury. It’s also because without political backing no project or policy can get off the ground. In recent months, nothing has highlighted just how ...
Just a quick site notice to let any readers who work for Crossrail know that it’s not just TfL staff that can download LR now. Crossrail staff can now also get the digital version of LR Magazine sent directly to their inbox for free. This also includes a discount for those wishing to upgrade to a personal print subscription. If you work at Crossrail and wish to sign up for this, you can find full details here. Those wishing to enquire about download packages for their own firm or ...
Just a quick site notice to let any readers who work directly for TfL know that you can now get the digital version of LR Magazine sent directly to your inbox for free. This also includes a TfL-exclusive discount for those wishing to upgrade to a personal print subscription. If you work at TfL and wish to sign up for this, you can find full details here.
With print copies now being prepped for dispatch to subscribers at LR Towers, London Reconnections Magazine Issue 4: Feeding the Monster is now available to purchase in our online store. This brings to an end what I would probably describe as our “difficult middle issues”, where the ever-changing nature of the Mayoral elections caused a certain amount of havoc with our planned content. This issue we instead focus on talking to a number of senior figures within the Rail Industry, with ...
With print copies now inbound to LR Towers (we’ll send them straight out to subscribers as soon as they appear), London Reconnections Magazine Issue 3: Peace On Our Line? is now available to purchase in our online store. Firstly, our apologies for the gap between this issue and the last one. This was, to a large part, due to a decision to do something that we have never done before – cover the London mayoral elections. As with all our content, we decided if we were going to do this ...
With print copies now starting to land on subscriber doormats it is time to announce that London Reconnections Magazine Issue 2: Angels and Errors is now available to purchase in our online store. As with Issue 1, it represents a combination of new articles (which will run online at a later date) and best of the web, which this issue includes the cover piece – a look at the 1952 Harrow & Wealdstone rail disaster. Visually, we have been able to liberate a number of photos from the ...
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