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Out on a Limb

Continued from https://2e0mca.wordpress.com/2015/11/30/waila-limbo/

The Pacheco Bar was typical of bars on small stations – coloured lights above the counter and lots of gloom elsewhere. The gloom usually affected the mood of the clients too. 1,032 more words


Investigating Suburbia In-Betweens

The classic spatial concept of suburbs will be challenged when agents for denser build-up of buildings, services and its use and users come closer. This might happen at Ganddal, where a new train station could stimulate development into a more urban local centre. 364 more words


UK forwarders comment on government’s Autumn statement

LONDON, Nov 26 (GCTL18) – BIFA, the British International Freight Association (www.bifa.org) has welcomed the news in the UK Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement that transport capital spending will increase by 50 percent to a total of £61 billion, funding the largest road investment programme since the 1970s. 256 more words


The Broadest Railway Gauge... Ever. Ever.

In an earlier article, I wrote about the Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge, which I found to be wonderfully quirky, with elements of boat, railway and gantry crane about it. 906 more words


The end of the line for India’s iconic railway buffet car

India’s much-loved pantry car, introduced by the British almost a century ago, is being phased out by Indian Railways and replaced with ‘e-catering’ and takeaways



Hello readers, sorry for the silence that has been brought about by a number of reasons like schoolwork :-(

Feels good to be back!

I will be writing about my experience with a local bus company while I was travelling up country. 239 more words


Moving in Mozambique

The most common form of transportation in Mozambique is the pickup truck. The idea is to pack in as many paying customers as you can. It doesn’t matter if they are going to market or church. 536 more words