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Then and Not Now

Back in 1985 I recorded a Merry-go-Round train at Acton heading towards a power station in the south with a load of coal from the midlands. 230 more words


New Publication: Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) – a quick guide

24 May 2016

National Assembly for Wales Research Service

The Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) regulation places a duty on the Member States of the EU to improve their transport infrastructure, in order to eventually bring all States to a shared EU standard. 139 more words


The M4 relief road

24 May 2016

Article by Andrew Minnis, National Assembly for Wales Research Service

This article is taken from Key issues for the Fifth Assembly’ 929 more words


Things I do in the car

Since passing my driving test at the rip old age of 22, I have’t been without a car for any length of time. As soon as I passed the horrendous test, my legs soaked in my own sweat, I was nipping about in a faded, red Corsa. 370 more words


New Publication: Community Transport in Wales – a quick guide

19 May 2016

Article by Megan Jones, National Assembly for Wales Research Service

This guide provides an overview of the community transport sector in Wales. 64 more words


Days Out With Dad

Spare a thought if you will for one of life’s victims – a soul who suffers yet stands firm in the face of adversity. That person is, of course, Alasdair – my Son. 171 more words


The Chaos of Tragedy

I drove my Wife to the station this morning – it saves around 15 minutes for her. Normally she walks or gets the bus but the Transport for London website was reporting severe delays on the Northern Line with closures on both the Bank and Charing Cross branches south of Moorgate and Waterloo with no service from there all the way to Morden. 366 more words