I work in academic publishing. I live in the UK. My current passions are coffee drinking and vegetable growing, but I’m fickle, so these are subject to change without notice. All views expressed in this blog are my own. I also Tweet: @idc74


2 Responses to “About”

  1. Toni Lumley February 1, 2013 at 10:30 am #

    Great blog! Keep it up 🙂

  2. ed bowden April 2, 2014 at 7:38 pm #

    Full email from first cc…

    Hi Ed

    To clarify your questions on First Class : the First Class areas of a train are for First Class ticket holders only, this includes standing and seating. If you are standing in the First Class area and a Revenue Protection Inspector will ask you to leave and if you are occupying a First Class seat you are liable to a penalty fare. When we have major disruption or short formed services we will declassify the First Class area.

    If you are on a short formed service and the train has not been declassified please don’t hesitate to tweet the team so it can be looked into further.

    Thanks again for your email

    Leigh Owen-Vaz
    First Capital Connect
    Hertford House
    1 Cranwood Street
    London EC1V 9QS


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