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Tunnel vision: a history of the London tube map

Tube maps have been part of London life since the birth of the Underground in 1863. Here is a pocket map from 1908.

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from Mail Online

Inside Chernobyl’s abandoned hospital, 27 years after Ukranian nuclear plant went into meltdown

Inside Chernobyl's abandoned hospital, 27 years after Russian nuclear plant went into meltdown | Mail Online

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A lot can be learnt from this informative infographic. Image courtesy InfoGraphic Design Team.

A lot can be learnt from this informative infographic. Image courtesy InfoGraphic Design Team.

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from Skint Dad

5 Ways to Make Extra Cash for Christmas

As Christmas is fast approaching, you might be concerned about how to pay for the festive season. With the average cost of Christmas rising every year, making extra money now means you won’t have to resort to credit cards or other borrowing to get through the season.

from Mail Online

Organic hair dye to hide (whisper it) the first hints of grey. A powerful new alliance with the Queen. As she hits 30, how Kate is coming of age

Queen Elizabeth II, 1956: Four years into her reign as sovereign, she'd already given birth to Charles and Anne

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from Skint Dad

Get Free Gift Cards For Paid Surveys With Swagbucks

An easy way to make money online from home and in your spare time is with Swagbucks. There are lots of ways to earn more and you'll start seeing the bucks add up.

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4 easy ways to clean up your credit report. Useful personal finance advice. Finally gain control over your borrowing and save money as a result.

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from Mail Online

What to buy, bin, and keep in your wardrobe this season

What to buy, bin, and keep in your wardrobe this Autumn: Style expert Tina Ferguson shares her tips | Mail Online

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from Mail Online

Could this be the biggest find since the Dead Sea Scrolls? Seventy metal books found in cave in Jordan could change our view of Biblical history

tiny old book - Initial metallurgical tests indicate that some of the books could date from the first century AD.

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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - not the original, but near the foundations (200m away). The first Globe was destroyed by fire in 1613. A replacement was built, but later closed (along with all theatres) in 1642 during the English Civil War. It was considered "not seemly to indulge in any kind of diversions or amusements during such troublous times." England became a republic, but it didn't take. The monarchy (& theatres) returned during the "Restoration", from 1660. SE1, London Bridge Tube.

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