Johnson’s London Dictionary: Crossrail

CROSSRAIL (n.) Mythical stagecoach said to magically transport the populace across the Metropolis

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2 thoughts on “Johnson’s London Dictionary: Crossrail”

  1. More jobs for the boys and money for the big corporations. Someone gets to Canary Wharf six minutes earlier than before, just in time to be made redundant because of the world slump. That’s progress!
    Cheers, Pete.

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