One of the hidden gems of e-Government is the Intellectual Property Office website. The IP Office have the responsibilities their name implies – they are the government body responsible for Intellectual Property rights (such as patents, trademarks and copyright) within the UK. Rather nicely, the IP Office website lets you search their database of registered Trademarks, and thus with TfL and the Mayor’s office beginning to increase the rhetoric on electic vehicles, it seems an apt ...
There are a couple of simulations floating around on Google of the post-blockade North London Line between Dalston and Camden. I believe they are distributable, so have posted them below for those who have not seen them yet. If you are the copyright holder, however, and would like them taken down then please let me know.
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