A pet cat named Dodger has taken to hopping on and off the public transport at the bus station near his home in England. The 15-year-old Tom sits on bemused passengers’ laps as the bus makes up to 10 mile round trips. Bus drivers often bring him food and know which stop to let him off at the end of his day.
St Mary's Close, Edinburgh, Scotland is a maze of underground 17th streets, once home to hundreds of people, conditions were horrendous and once bubonic plague took hold and most of the people died it was sealed up and forgotten about until the 18th century when workman woking above punched through to the streets. It is now open to the public and you can have a guided tour of this creepy place
Mill wall, East London ~ The association with Cockney and the East End in the public imagination may be due to many people assuming that Bow Bells are to be found in the district of Bow, rather than the lesser known St Mary-le-Bow church. Thus while all East Enders are Cockneys, not all Cockneys are East Enders.
The third and final phase of New York City's High Line opened to the public in September 2014. Click image for link to full profile and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> https://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/
An album of 166 prints, never before seen by the public, has gone on display for the first time at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum near Belfast. It shows the #Titanic during her launch on 31 May 1911 at the Belfast shipyard where she was constructed, and also images from Titanic’s sister ship Olympic, which was part of the White Star Line