Whitechapel station is practically unrecognisable from when it was one of my regular haunts. The narrow staircases and passageways are gone. The new, cavernous ticket hall makes the old one feel like a public convenience. The steepness of the escalator shaft down to the new Crossrail platforms is also a
We took advantage of the Rail Sale [https://www.gov.uk/government/news/over-one-million-half-price-rail-tickets-in-first-ever-great-british-rail-sale] (not to be confused with RailSail) and visited Winchester on Monday, a city I'd only ever visited once before. Here's a photo dump from the day—cathedrals, churches, and courtyards. Enjoy. Beams from St. Lawrence's Church.
I cycled over to Wanstead Park yesterday to record a cycle route for our Newham Cyclists YouTube channel [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCULkPELLfKRz_UivZ4dUYEA/featured] to the bluebells at Chalet Wood [http://leytonstone.net/bluebells/], and it was so stunning that I went over again today with my partner
We went for a nice walk in the sun yesterday. Spring is on its way, and that led to some nice photo opportunities around the Olympic Park and Hackney Marshes. We walked through the London Blossom Garden [https://www.queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/the-park/things-to-do/blossom-garden] , and witnessed some blossom there