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 ...
It will likely come as a surprise to no-one that the residents of LR Towers are inveterate browsers of second-hand bookshops. Occasionally these dusty forays yield more than obscure texts. Such is the case here, where a recent visit saw the discovery of a number of old bus photos tucked into an old timetable book. The photos help highlight the sheer variety of vehicles that have been used to carry passengers on London’s streets since the first introduction of the bus. They represent only a ...
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