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"two-seated, four-wheeled pleasure carriage," 1895, from Surrey cart , an English pleasure cart (introduced in . 1872), named for Surrey , England, where it first was made.

Wonder what the Tube might look like in 2050? Well this map shows what happens when you add Crossrail 1 & 2, High Speed 1 & 2, Thameslink & the R25.

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"But," said the Medical Man, staring hard at a coal in the fire, "if Time is really only a fourth dimension of Space, why is it, and why has it always been, regarded as something different? And why cannot we move in Time as we move about in the other dimensions of Space?"

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The genius of Beck's 1933 Tube Map was that it made everything simple. While the map above uses Beck's techniques of straight, vertical and 45 degree diagonal lines, there are simply too many of them and geographical accuracy is further sacrificed. When all these services do open, it will take another genius like Beck to help use navigate our way around them. Until then, this is a great attempt in my opinion.

By the 1920s, the Hartlepool Union had established a children's cottage home at 1-2 Park Road, West Hartlepool, where 30 children could be accommodated. The union also operated a home at 63 Blakelock Road (now Blakelock Gardens), West Hartlepool, again with capacity for 30 children. Both homes were superintended by Miss A. Potts. The Blakelock Road home later became the council-run Blakelock Children's Home. It was later used as a hostel.

Most traces of this had almost certainly been destroyed by the building works for the 1911 Festival of Empire, but there was an unsuccessful archaeological dig for the train sponsored by the BBC 's Nationwide current-affairs programme in the 1970s. [4]

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