7.7: One Day In London


to do it.

It's almost, I still want to hold on

to part of the anger as well.

The angry feeling of my son

being taken away.

You know, and it's like

I need that part of it as well,

to keep me going.

Got off the Victoria line

at King's Cross

and I made my way

to the Piccadilly line.

And then an announcement was made

that there was going to be delays,

and in that space of a few minutes,

loads of people now started

to make their way onto the platform,

and then before I knew it, the

platform was heaving with people,

and the train still hadn't come in.

So yeah, ran straight to the top,

and the way that

Moorgate tube station is,

the escalator's at the top,

and then I did a right and then

you're immediately on the platform.

And then... a tube

was coming into the platform,

and I thought, "What a result!"

And then at 8:
48, the train came in.

Couldn't get a seat.

So I sort of went to the right

and stood in front of the chairs,

but just a little way

from the doors.

It's only one or two stops

to travel like this,

where I couldn't raise my hands.

I think the bag I was carrying

was trapped

somewhere two or three feet

away from me,

so my left arm

was probably stretched out

and caught between two other people.

I mean, I'd travelled

on the underground at that time

for about 17 or 18 years, and I'd

never been on a train that packed.

I was looking round

the other passengers

because there was a chap

sitting opposite me,

James, I believe his name was,

who had caught my eye,

and so I was just looking

at the other passengers.

I'd finished reading the newspaper,

I wasn't listening to an iPod.

And the train

pulled out into the tunnel.

I remember the eastbound train

coming in the other direction,

on the tracks alongside us.

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