London Underground in the 1970s/80s

Check out these photos taken on London Underground during the 1970s and 1980s.

The photographs were taken by Photographer Bob Mazzer, who spent two decades commuting to work and back on the tube.

I’ve posted a few of my favourites:






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Keep Running

Running seems a lot less demanding than commuting by train and bus. I may start running to work now. Maybe.



I suddenly realised the other day that running has been my sport now for over 4 years. By that I mean that I’ve managed to keep up my running plans for this amount of time without taking months off at a time, or even weeks! The reason for this is simple, running is a form of exercise that can fit into even the busiest schedule.

I thought I’d share a few thoughts with you to help you maintain your running program too…

Fit in your training when you can.
I travel into London everyday for work which makes time tight in the week. To keep up my running in the week I run from my office to the train station on the way home from work, which is approximately 1.5 miles. This is great as it allows me to fit short but fast runs in during the week. I normally…

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Delayed trains: when do you admit defeat and get off?

So, you’re on your way to work, and you hear the announcement – what now? Do you get off the train and attempt to navigate your way to work blind or wait it out and hope your manager understands your predicament and doesn’t mark it down as a lack of initiative? Take the poll.