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    London Trivia: A Dickens of a prison
    By: Gibson - 02 April 2017 - 0 Comments

    Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read on a weekly basis or dip in [...]

    The first A-Z
    By: Gibson - 31 March 2017 - 4 Comments

    The story is almost certain in the main untrue, the first street-indexed map of London was drawn up in 1623 by John Norden [...]

    Walk the Line
    By: Gibson - 28 March 2017 - 0 Comments

    For the purposes of CabbieBlog London starts –and ends – at the M25. So to start following the Meridian Line we have to commence at precisely that point on the motorway [...]

    London Trivia: Father of modern philanthropy
    By: Gibson - 26 March 2017 - 0 Comments

    Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read weekly or dip in and out [...]

    Down Your Alley: Tweezer’s Alley
    By: Gibson - 24 March 2017 - 0 Comments

    The oldest legal ceremony in England apart from the coronation itself, the Quit Rents Ceremony, where six horseshoes are presented to the Queen’s Remembrancer [...]

    Apostrophes
    By: Gibson - 21 March 2017 - 4 Comments

    The bible of the cabbie, the A-Z gives it the possessive squiggle, while Google Maps, the new kid on the block cannot make up its mind [...]

    London Trivia: The sky at night
    By: Gibson - 19 March 2017 - 0 Comments

    Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read weekly or dip in and out [...]

    The London Grill: Bugwoman
    By: Gibson - 17 March 2017 - 6 Comments

    We challenge our contributor to reply to ten devilishly probing questions about their London and we don't take "Sorry Gov" for an answer. [...]

    Bugwoman on Location
    By: Gibson - 14 March 2017 - 0 Comments

    There was much to love about the area, but the flat had no garden, just a tiny balcony, too small to stand on. Occasionally a woodpigeon or a butterfly would come to visit, but [...]

    London Trivia: Much ado about nothing
    By: Gibson - 12 March 2017 - 0 Comments

    Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read weekly or dip in and out [...]

    Blue Book Run 320

    April 08, 2011
    To God and the Bridge

    To God and the Bridge

    January 21, 2011
    Penguin Pool Regents Park

    Penguin Pool Regents Park

    October 03, 2014
    Open All Hours

    Open All Hours

    August 11, 2009