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How Humidity can Affect Travel

As much as we all enjoy the sunshine and warm weather, it can play havoc with our health when travelling in heat and humidity. Even though it’s officially autumn, the

London’s Abandoned Tube Stations: Why did they Close?

London’s Tube stations serve one of the busiest transport systems in the United Kingdom. Navigating more than 400km of tracks, 270 stations and 11 lines, more than five million passengers
British Museum

Did The British Museum Really Have Its Own Tube Station?

The British Museum is home to an amazing seven million exhibits, including some very important finds, such as the world’s oldest mummy and a royal edict engraved in stone more
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London’s Top Attractions by Train/Underground

LONDON’S TOP ATTRACTIONS BY TRAIN/UNDERGROUND London is one of the world’s top tourist destinations, attracting an estimated 30 million visitors from all over the world each year. People travel to
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The Influence of Air Conditioning on Architectural Design

Most modern buildings are built with air conditioning systems as standard. The challenge of keeping people cool, with good ventilation and airflow in their home and workplace, has shaped the
Glenn Frey

Glenn Frey: The Heat Is On

Glenn Frey was an American singer, songwriter and actor, who enjoyed success as a solo artist and as frontman in the rock band, The Eagles. Early life Born in 1948
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London’s Underground: The Elizabeth Line

Work on London’s new Crossrail project, named the Elizabeth Line, commenced in 2009. Although construction is running behind its scheduled completion date of 2018, once fully operational, the line will
The Hollies

The Hollies: The Air That I Breathe

British pop group The Hollies have been in the music industry for an amazing 57 years. They shot to stardom in 1963 with their first single and went on to
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London Underground: Things You Didn’t Know

The London Underground is one of the UK’s most important transport networks, carrying up to five million passengers a day along its 402km of tracks, which connect 270 stations and