This book looks at public transport in London, its proper use, and much more. Here are the men who built the early tubes, fraud, rivalry, crime, accidents, ghosts, and the supernatural on and off the Underground, travelling in short skirts and other essential information for the professional commuter. But London and London Underground do not exist in a vacuum. So this book also looks at anarchists and terrorists, observations on economics, housing, sexuality the rural situation and overseas to Georgia, Cossacks, and more. This book is not for the squeamish, neither is London. This is proper London.The Subway went through a bad patch in the 1970a#39;s like London Underground did in the 1980a#39;s, there was a lot of graffiti ... Kong bashed an elevated railway train in the film named after him, much to the surprise of the passengers on board .
|Title||:||Mr. Beaston’s Guide to Commuting on the London Underground|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2015-08-14|