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List Of Night Buses In London - N2
... Victoria Vauxhall Stockwell Brixton West Norwood End Crystal Palace Length 8 miles (13 km) Service Level Nights Frequency About every 30 minutes Weekend frequency Weekends About every 15 ... for routes 2 (between Victoria West Norwood) and 432 (between West Norwood Crystal Palace) and continues from Victoria, to Trafalgar Square via Victoria Street ... The route was extended into North London on 27 October 1984 to Friern Barnet and to Crystal Palace in the south ...
Crystal Palace - Other Usage
... Crystal Palace, one of two space stations in Entropia Universe The Crystal Palace (novel), a 1988 fantasy novel by Phyllis Eisenstein ...
List Of English Football Transfers Summer 2009 - Transfers
... February 2009 Bingham, BillyBilly Bingham Crystal Palace Dagenham Redbridge Loan 02009-02-1212 February 2009 Henry, JamesJames Henry Reading Millwall Loan 02009-02-1212 ...
List Of Night Buses In London - N3
649am Route Start Bromley North Via Beckenham Crystal Palace Brixton Kennington Trafalgar Square End Oxford Circus Length 16 miles (25 km) Service Level Nights ... Tramlink) · Clock House Station · Beckenham Road Tramlink · Anerley Station · Crystal Palace Station · Crystal Palace Parade · Croxted Road (for West Dulwich Station ...
Crystal Palace Pneumatic Railway
... The Crystal Palace pneumatic railway (also known as the Crystal Palace atmospheric railway) was constructed near Crystal Palace Park in South London c.1864 ...

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    In a few days I’ll have lived one score and three days in this vale of tears. On I plod—always bored, often drunk, doing no penance for my faults—rather do I become more tolerant of myself from day to day, hardening my crystal heart with blasphemous humor and shunning only toothpicks, pathos, and poverty as being the three unforgivable things in life.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)