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18 April 2013 After a kissing couple, a set of Olympic rings and a larger-than-lifesize statue of Poet Laureate John Betjeman, this is the latest piece of giant art that from today floats dozens of feet above those passing through London's St Pancras
M20 yesterday as millions of commuters battled to travel following 48 hours of blizzards. Cops stacked the trucks on the Kent motorway near Ashford to cope with long queues towards Dover...Eurostar passengers faced misery yesterday as the severe
Overhead cables damage causes widespread train delays The cable damage has caused widespread disruption to journeys Rail passengers face disruption to their journeys after overhead wires on the West Coast Main Line near Milton Keynes were damaged.
Road and rail travellers endured another bleak mid-winter morning rush-hour today. Flooded highways and rail lines, over-running engineering work and train staff unavailability all added to the gloom of a dark, wet, late-December journey to work.
Suggested Topics The high-speed Javelin train service serving the Olympic Park got off to an inauspicious start when the first official train departed five minutes late today. The Southeastern train company had designated the 7.04am from St Pancras
French boxer Tony Yoka, centre, and the French Olympic Team arrive at the Eurostar Terminal at London St. Day 3, and I'm beginning to appreciate the subtle charms of my dormitory complex. I have found a little store not far from my teeny room, where
The improvements to the Midland Mainline will be the biggest since the Victorians built the railway The smiles were unmistakeable. Some of the leading local politicians from the East Midlands were celebrating. After years of intense lobbying, the
Multi-billion' rail cash investment to be announced The Midland Main Line is presently electrified only between St Pancras station and Bedford It includes a £500m scheme to electrify the Midland Main Line route between St Pancras, the east Midlands
Cutting through the new King's Cross station to St Pancras International at breakfast time yesterday, it was like entering the past of LP Hartley's imagining. Bright, airy train stations with the kind of shiny shops and cafes that make you want to
the Corinthia In its first year, the Corinthia has attracted the likes of Rihanna, Johnny Depp and Kanye West, and shows no sign of abating...One of the two restaurants, the Northall, is helmed by Michelin-starred chef Garry Hollihead, and Claire