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"Wo ist der Hauptbahnhof? Erm..." Seven things you can't find in London.

Here is a list of very common questions tourists ask when visiting London.

And the short answer to all of these questions is “No.”

Each of them really deserves a longer explanation as to why this is the case and how to make up for it. 967 more words


On Good Friday, You're Invited to Experience the Limitless Love of God for You at St. Paul's

This Good Friday our worship at St. Paul’s is designed to help all ages experience the limitless depths of God’s love.

At 9:00 a.m., there’s a Service of the Stations of the Cross that’s especially designed to help children understand and receive Jesus’ love for them. 104 more words

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The View from Wormit

When we lived in Wormit, we had a very good view of the local station, from which the booking office and waiting room building has now been moved to the steam railway at Bo’ness in West Lothian, and of the main Aberdeen to London railway line. 318 more words



Origin: Latin/Middle English
Meaning: In real estate or farming terms, especially in Australia or New Zealand, a station is a large property that is used usually for sheep or cattle farming. 79 more words

Numbers Stations still exist

Undated | Noise Addicts

It is 13:03 on a Tuesday in a cramped room with some fairly advanced radio equipment. What is suddenly heard on a shortwave receiving station is a 10-minute message in Morse code.

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Lagos railway station, Portugal

Lagos, the last station on the Algarve Line in Portugal, has two stations, one old and one new. Here are some pictures:

This is the front of the old station, which is no longer in use as a railway station. 307 more words


We were both strangers, foreign to the concept of love

I think that for the most part of having to know you and like you, I hoped that you would like me back. It wasn’t the way you acted that confirmed my doubts about it. 1,006 more words