Following on from Mwmbwls’ earlier piece, below is a better image of the currently anticipated route, and a very early concept image (which obviously may bear no relation to any actual design).
The Mayor, an erudite and eclectic author, is no doubt familiar with the context of remarks made by both Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Juvenal. “S’ils n’ont plus de pain, qu’ils mangent de la brioche” – Jean-Jacques Rousseau “Panem et circenses” – Juvenal If LR readers will indulge me in a spot of Mwmbwlian metaphor mangling – Is the Thames Cable Car proposal destined to become just a “Brioche et Circenses”, (Cake and Circuses) feature of the coming ...
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