Book News #Week 11: Introducing my Book: ‘Memories from The End Of The Line’

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Front Cover
‘Traffic’ – taken outside Cockfosters underground station

I’m excited to tell you that my book will be available from 01/07/2021, and I’ll soon share with you how you can pre-order your copies. 79 photos across 90 pages each with their own story.

Here’s the front cover depicting the end of the Piccadilly Line at Cockfosters. This one is entitled ‘Traffic’ as it captures a moment in time as a London bus passes the underground station, where I started one of my 79 journeys over a two year period.

It’s a brilliant coffee table book to pick up and browse through. Or simply explore any or all of the 79 locations, or have fun by answering the quiz within. Whether you enjoy travelling, reading about London’s travel network, or you have a passion for photography, my book has something for you. 

In the meantime, watch out for live streams on my theendoftheline Facebook page where, on the 23rd April, I explain how the cover design came to be. Future live events will see me reading extracts from my book. Follow my Facebook page to get the dates of when I will be live, or you can watch the video playbacks at a time more convenient for you.

If you’d like to get in touch, please email me at info@theendoftheline.blog, and for other news about my travel journey’s, follow my social media channels. See you soon…and thank you for continuing to follow me.

Back Cover
‘Lockdown’ – taken during my travels at Elephant and Castle. Since taking this image, I have adopted it as my brand

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