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The bells, the bells ...

The bells, the bells ...
By Mark Mason on 10-04-12 18:01. Comments (0)
Had a splendid time on Sunday's Central Line walk. A great group of people, who made the journey through part of the red line's City section a real pleasure to lead. And as with all the best walks the flow of information wasn't in just one direction ...

A Walk the Lines walk

A Walk the Lines walk
By Mark Mason on 08-03-12 12:01. Comments (2)
Fancy a stroll along a Tube line? At street level, that is. The idea comes from my book ‘Walk the Lines', in which I walked the whole London Underground system overground. Some very kind people have told me how much they liked the book, and one or two have even responded favourably to the notion of me leading a stroll along a short section of one of the lines. So here goes - we're off and walking.

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