and thanks for taking the time to check out this page about CabbieBlog. Writing under the pseudonym Gibson Square – the destination of the first ‘run’ in the Blue Book of The Knowledge – I put pen to paper about all things to be found in London.
Why spend money sitting in a noisy cab listening to whingeing from your London cab driver, or having him fill your head with useless London trivia when you can sit in comfort and read it for free?
I promise if you have a love for London you will not be disappointed. So sit down, have a cuppa, and spend a little time in my company.
I have been a Licensed Black London Cabbie since January 1997 and over that time and the five years that it took to gain The Knowledge, I’ve grown to love and despair of London in equal measure.
On Tuesday and Friday, I post about London places that have taken my interest, while every Sunday is given over to nuggets of trivial information with a short piece relating to the day in question.
If you really want to know what cabbies have to contend with – or have an overwhelming desire to know what I’m thinking – I have reserved my sternest criticisms, in bite-size chunks, every Wednesday in The Weekly Whinge.
Can I point you to one of CabbieBlog’s most popular pages? It’s about the Green Cab Shelters those little places where cabbies get refreshment.
As an added bonus, those of you who still rather quaintly view these pages on ancient personal computers and laptops, all get ‘Tomorrow’s Anniversary in London’ which is to be found at the top of the righthand sidebar. If you have a propensity to use the ubiquitous smartphone, unfortunately, will have to scroll way down the page for your daily dose of trivia.
Cheers, or as we say in the Trade “Be Lucky”.