The 29 Project

I had another blog.  Insane?  Tell me about it.

The 29 Project is an homage to one of the more notorious buses in London, the 29, along with being an ode to the urban condition in the early 21st century.

This was a project for my Anthropology of Urban Space, Place and Architecture course I took at the School of Oriental and African Studies.  But don’t blame my instructor or the fine educational entity of SOAS for my bungles and blunders.  I’m sure no one wants to take any responsibility for any of the ridiculousness I do.

Because I’ve moved to Clapton, where the 29 doesn’t reach, at the moment I will no longer be updating The 29 Project. However, if you have any stories about riding the 29, please share them with me on the blog or by any of the various e-mails I use.  I may also start the blog up again should I move back into any of the areas the 29 runs through–Finsbury Park, Holloway, Wood Green, Camden, etc.

In the meantime, feel free to have a look at some of the stories shared about the 29.

So, what are you waiting for?  Tap in already.

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