Lucid Stead by Phillip K Smith III, Joshua Tree, California
Some of the world's most unusual modes of public transport.
This week London Underground, the oldest underground railway system in the world, celebrates its 150th anniversary. To acknowledge the momentous milestone, we scoured the globe for some of the weirdest and most wonderful public transport options around. From cruising the watery ways of Botswana’s Okavango Delta in a dugout canoe, to the longest outdoor covered escalator in the world, this is our pick of the oddest public transport options around.
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It's a laughable folly. But dearly wrought from the people who live here. Especially all the shops and flats of the previously grand Leith Walk.
A **** idea made worse by fools.
Miles over budget and not the original design,which only made it on the strength of the Newhaven Spur , which would have been a useful route for a lot of the residents.
Any town that thinks trams are good,be aware that there is a lot of money involved . Thats when the vultures come.
Be Warned. Peace.
It they could incorporate something similar to run along the defunct canalways the roads would be less crowded and it would be a qicker form of travel. Those that have been cemented over would have low bridges though. Praps the pod thing could work there also.
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- Collecting lots of momentos and keeping them in a safe place
- Creating an online photo album and sharing with friends
- Keeping my personal digital photo collection to look back to
- Not really bothered about photos or momentos, the memories are in my head