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Ean by 'on the cotton' and meets the Archers star who was the voice of 'Mind the Gap'On a broader level Mark contemplates London's contradictions as well as its charms He gains insights into our fascination with maps and sees how walking changes our view of the world Above all in this love letter to a complicated friend he celebrates the sights sounds and soul of the greatest city on earth. This has inspired me to walk the lines myself currently 5 lines done as of writing and there are some interesting facts in this book but Mason comes off as a bit sno

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Walk the Lines The London Underground Overground

Ases to surprise In a story packed with historical trivia personal musings and eavesdropped conversations Mark learns how to get the best gossip in a City pub how the Ritz made its female guests feel good about themselves and why the Bank of England won't let you join the M11 northbound at Junction 5 He has an East End cup of tea with the Krays' official biographer discovers what cabbies m. A light but enjoyable read Plenty of interesting trivia and observations As someone who loves to embark on long walks urban and otherwise and with a real love of Lon

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As a lifelong fan of London Mark Mason embarks on a mission to 'conuer' the capital once and for all The only way to truly discover a city they say is on foot Taking this to extremes Mark sets out to walk the entire length of the London Underground overground passing every station on the wayOver the course of several hundred miles he comes to understand a sprawling metropolis that never ce. Almost as difficult a slog as the actual 20 mile walks and this is due to the writer despite having many facts to hand I like a good hard fact not being as funny as


10 thoughts on “Walk the Lines The London Underground Overground

  1. says:

    Travelogue set in London finding London’s soul?There isn’t exactly a dearth of books about London You don’t have to spend hours scouring bookshops or sitting in front of the computer if you want to find out about it

  2. says:

    As the blurb suggests the book follows Mason who has lived in around London and like many Londoner’s I assume has become interested in the ever changing map of the Underground Wandering around where he lives he travels up a side street he hasn’t before and realizes if he continues he’ll create a triangle back to his house –

  3. says:

    Almost as difficult a slog as the actual 20 mile walks and this is due to the writer despite having many facts to hand I like a good hard fact

  4. says:

    Inspired That's a challenge for next year

  5. says:

    Love the way the authors brain is wired up we must be related some how This book is genius informative entertaini

  6. says:

    A light but enjoyable read Plenty of interesting trivia and observations As someone who loves to embark on long walks urban and otherwise and with a real love of London there was plenty of thought provoking material here

  7. says:

    This has inspired me to walk the lines myself currently 5 lines done as of writing and there are some interesting facts in this book but Mason comes off as a bit snobby and backward at times ; it's an averagely written book about a

  8. says:

    Do you know the street in London with the most vowels in a row? After reading this book you will

  9. says:

    An interesting read about one man and his desire to walk the London Underground Lines and see how it all connects I loved it and disliked it for three eual reasons LOVED1 I really enjoyed the determination and endurance of one man's uest to see it all I mean I could not walk the distance of a marathon in one day or over one evening in fact The all nighter one was both fascinating and just crazy in my opinion2 I laughed so much while readin

  10. says:

    Enjoyable birthday gift from a best mate in which the author conspires to walk the route of each of the London Underground lines which nevertheless brought to mind a Caitlin Moran uip about George Galloway which I’ll parap

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