Over at Candide’s, in time for tomorrow‘s annual carnival of thieves, idiots and friends for whom I have the utmost respect. The Wreck of the Tennessee Gravy Train may or may not amuse, depending on the extent to which you are already clear of the Catalan tracks:
Follow me, good people, I’m bound for the promised land.
- How the Ferrocarril de Sóller, Mallorca acquired an 80-year-old train, let it rust, and sold it for scrap
Over at treneando, via Xabier Cabezón. From press reports you might believe that the entire island administration is composed of thieves,
- More Catalan thieves
I thought you’d like to know that the first bandoleros in the OED are Catalan and to be found in James
- Close Radio 4!
For years RTVE, the state broadcaster, has functioned as a 24*7 cash dispenser for artistically inclined friends and relatives of the
- Renfe, where less km are more €
For those wishing to take a French vacation from the nutters tomorrow, some useful advice.
- Carnival in court
Here, from 1957, is Cádiz Renfe’s stationmaster using the regional Information and Tourism-crat to get a carnival club to change the