1. A yashmak for a pixie perhaps. 2. Elementary 212 - eh! 3.Could be a great big stop on East London. I have possible answers for these but am far from certain. Many thanks.
All answers are places in London incl Buildings, Streets, Districts, Stations, etc. 1) Rebuilt since it’s finest hour (7,7) 2) Unlike 54-no entertainment (5,6) answer to Q54 is Albert Hall Many...
Would appreciate any help in solving the final clues in this quiz. The answers are London Underground Stations. Number of letters in answer in Brackets 44 Ermine or Akeman, for instance [9] 57 Staged...
Any help appreciated in solving the following clues. The answers are London Underground Stations. No of letters in answer in Brackets 44 Ermine or Akeman, for instance [9] 57 Staged a late revival [10...
All answers are London Underground stations. I'm struggling on two clues: 6. Bowler does not open (6 letters) 73. Billiard ball manoeuvre (11 or 12 letters) Any help appreciated....
1.Some degree above large - 7 letters 2.Colourful folk play near Twickenham Stadium -10,5 letters 3.High church of the troglodytes - 2,5,8 letters. Any help gratfully received....
Please any clues for 82/ Lots of art- but no mixers = 7/5 89/ No 60's crossing = 9 Thanks for any help Freebi xx...
Any clues please Soldiers sit or walk here- but mustn't blink 11/6 Home to bacon 3/5 Radio 4 quiz segment 10/8 Arrive here in 1760 4/3 Be edicts boulevard 5/6 Beer lady 5/4 Embassy for B.O. 9/6 Lots...
Answers are all London Tube Stations: 58. Lincolnshire estate (11). 90. Hertfordshire place, losing heat, expands to this (13, or 14).
All Change Open Arms Malawi Quiz I'm struggling with these two clues. The answers should all be names of London Underground stations. Any help please. 39. Sounds like vegetation at Ivinghoe...
I'm struggling with these two clues. The answers should all be names of London Underground stations. Any help please. 39. Sounds like vegetation at Ivinghoe ……………… (9) 40. Rocky place of...
Answers are London Tube Stations: 30. Fairy's farewell in Rome (8). 37. Quail at head of valley in Virginia? (8 or 9). 90. Hertfordshire place, losing heat, expands to this. (13 or 14).
Answers are all London Tube Stations: 14. Just cut (7), 23. Gordon leaves Duke at Goodwood (8), 47. Tug Tor (9), 50. Tutor for distant circle (10)....
I am still persevering with this Quiz concerning Railway Stations in the London Area. I am afraid that I don't have intimate knowledge of the Capital so Clue No. 99 means little to me. It reads "This...
Answers are London stations - over/underground and Docklands. eg Did Abba pass through here? Ans: Waterloo 1 Haunt of a famous songbird 2 Shall we ever understand this Radio 4 game? 3 How much is this...
Google Look For Longer. Great puzzle of clues to 75 London Railway and Tube Stations. Kept me amused for the last 4 days. London born but found Stations I had never heard of.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/firefighters-cry-as-10-london-stations-including-clerkenwell-close-due-to-cuts-9050079.html How can anyone justify this? Just doesn't make sense. Or are...
Can anyone help, please. I just can't do the last three. A type of carriage with part of a candle I suppose you could describe a creek as this One of the characters in Cluedo The answers are all...
which railway station is closest to the centre of london thanks in advance...
1. gateway to the south 6 28. backroom for journalists? 9 21. note workers burn! 5 4 all places found on London Tube Map. any ideas please

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Shocking, Shocking, Obviously they have no shame. I wonder how many of them are British? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGXP_pF19F4...
Newham, London, E12 6SR ? Travelling from Brighton, nearest to the centre....
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Nearly there except for 73 and 75 - Do you think he's trying to confuse us and the answer is the same for both? Just one more - 54. Wild flower has no right to receive head of water (10). Any help...
part four places around uk whose name includes an x 1 account involving former partner "H"(7) 2 sounds like engine runs gently (7) 3 earth dweller at junction(4) 4 ruins gammon (7) 5 london station...
1. A yashmak for a pixie perhaps. 2. Elementary 212 - eh! 3.Could be a great big stop on East London. I have possible answers for these but am far from certain. Many thanks.
Do you go to a news channel - Sky News or BBC News? A newspaper site, or one of the new media sites such as Huffington Post? What governs your decision?...
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3503928/Two-explosions-heard-Brussels-Airport.html Could these have been intended to be set off aboard a US bound aircraft?...
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/londoners-hit-out-at-whitewashed-vision-of-dalston-in-nauseating-property-advert-a3202866.html...
All Change Open Arms Quiz I have had a copy of this quiz for just over a week and I think I am uncovering some potential inconsistences. Each answer is the name of an underground station arranged in...
I may be being thick here. How can I listen to London radio stations in my car when I am in Sussex ? Is there a solution ? Thanks
There is no snow where I live but yet when I went to do my weekly shop there were idiots filling their trollies with basic essentials. Nothing left for me, I was just doing my normal Thursday night...
last one 25d mainline train staion in lambeth -a-e-l-l-o thanks...
how good is the tomtom 700.thank you for any advice.how easy are they to use. many thanks
Hi All, I am not sure whether on any one on here will know, but just in-case, i'll ask. Can a company prevent another company from operating within a certain premises, for instance, by writing it in a...
Help needed to complete this quiz. All answers are underground stations, DLR or north london railway stations (from www.netquizzes.com): 1. Patella isn't blue 2. Field guns stop car 3. Hoary big...
I may be being thick here. How can I listen to London radio stations in my car when I am in Sussex ? Is there a solution ? Thanks
May I add my Dad was not a miner. We lived near a working man's club and every Fri, Sat and Sun it would be heaving with miners. If they won anything you could hear the chant. 'We won't be in...
Hi there. The other day me a few friends were walking when we saw a few poor lads shining shoes so we decided to get our shoes shined as well as be charitable as it was near christmas. There were 3...

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Tell me about secret underground London.

A. Interesting question from peter.griff. He writes: 'One often hears about a secret subterranean London, whose existence is known only to a handful of people. Are there really government01:00 Mon 30th Apr 2001

Can you recommend the best things to do in London for a weekend

Asks meltdown A. There is so much to do in London that it is difficult to fit it into one weekend, but if you've got the energy we've got the information! Just the size and the amount of people01:00 Thu 12th Jul 2001

Q What does the term 'pirate radio' mean

A. 'Pirate' radio is the term used for any radio station that is broadcasting illegally, in other words, without obtaining the required licence from the Home Office, which governs the allocation of01:00 Mon 16th Apr 2001

Underground to a great new idea

by Steve Cunningham Londonstills.comTHE VICTORIANS thought it was the greatest building operation since the pyramids. The London Underground, in the news after transport unions called strikes01:00 Thu 08th Feb 2001

What is an i+ point

asks panda A. An i+ point is an internet terminal located on a public street providing free, if restricted, access to the internet. It provides primarily local information to its users, eg local01:00 Mon 24th Sep 2001

How many Tate Galleries are there in the UK now and where are they

Asks howardpiercy A. There are now four Tate galleries in the UK. There are two in London: Tate Britain and the new Tate Modern; one in Liverpool; and one in St Ives, Cornwall. Q. Are they all01:00 Mon 23rd Jul 2001

Royal Courts Of Justice

The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is the building in London which houses the Court of Appeal of England and Wales and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales. Courts within the building are open to the public although there may be some restrictions depending upon the nature of the case...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

How long will it take to drive from Brighton to Manchester, and how would I find out the best route

Asks BorisBru A. The fastest route is by motorway from Brighton following the A3, M25, M40, M42 and the M6 to Manchester. But if there are any road works, accidents, or heavy traffic this might not01:00 Mon 30th Apr 2001

Eurostar

The Eurostar has changed the way people travel to Europe. It is a high-speed passenger rail service connecting London with Paris and Brussels. All its trains cross under the English Channel via the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France, owned and operated separately by Eurotunnel. Eurostar offers seventeen weekday ...13:47 Wed 02nd Jun 2010

Kew Bridge Steam Museum

Kew Bridge Steam Museum houses a museum of water supply and a collection of water pumping steam engines. The site remains an internationally-recognised museum of steam pumping engines as a reminder of the many pumping stations spread throughout London and the UK. The museum houses the world's largest working beam engin...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Windsor Castle Holiday

A break to one of England’s true landmarks, Windsor Castle, one of the oldest castles in the world is the perfect getaway if you’re looking for a holiday with years of history, contemporary shopping, fine dining, leisure activities and vast quantity of events. What Windsor Castle has to offer Windsor ...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

Oxford Street Shopping: Survival Guide

Known for being the busiest shopping street in Europe, shoppers will benefit from being armed with the knowledge of where the best places to shop are along Oxford Street. Oxford Street boasts notorious stores such as Selfridges as well as other big department stores which are all found in the section from Marble Arch t...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

How was the Sally Army formed

A. By William Booth. He was son of a speculative builder, and born at a red-brick terrace at Sneinton, Nottingham, in 1829. Q. A poor family A. Yes. These were poverty-stricken times and the01:00 Mon 23rd Jul 2001

The mysterious Hinduja brothers

by Steve Cunningham THEY did something that neither the Tories nor his Labour enemies could dream of achieving. They unwittingly brought about the downfall of Peter Mandelson, Tony Blair's Prince01:00 Thu 08th Feb 2001

How did the Red Cross form

A. The International Red Cross - in the news again after demanding to see Al-Qaeda and Taliban prisoners held in Cuba - started more than 135 years ago, inspired by Henry Dunant, a Swiss01:00 Mon 28th Jan 2002

How do you get your poetry published

Q. How do you get your poetry published A. Given that more books are published in the UK today than ever before – well in excess of 100,000 new books annually – it may come as a surprise to01:00 Mon 07th May 2001

Is running a Marathon good for you

A. The London Marathon is an annual attraction for thousands of runners from around the country and the world. Pounding 26 miles through the streets of Greenwich, Docklands on the way to the Mall01:00 Wed 11th Apr 2001

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