Did you know. . . In 2013, 1.265 billion passengers traveled on the London Underground? Before 1907, the colors of London buses were different to signify the routes they took? The city's first omnibus service began on July 4, 1829? Every year London opens its doors to a staggering 16 million people, all wanting to get to their destination of choice in the shortest time possible. Yet for many of us, the beauty and clockwork of the transport we use, be it taxi, tube, bus, bike, or boat, is a part of the London experience we tend to forget. Spanning the past to the future, the iconic red buses to the abandoned tube stations and the engineering achievements to the cultural highlights, this book celebrates everything you should know about getting about in London
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|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781783726233 (DRM-EPUB)|
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