Uber in London: Where to next?

James Mundy
Feb 20, 2015 · 7 min read
An engraving of the bridge in 1616. Over 200 buildings were built on top.
Some of London’s bridges today as well as the piers that still line the river and used by tour boats and Thames Clipper services.
London’s only ferry service serving over 2 million passengers a year.
The streets of Victorian London, teeming with horses.
The “Red Flag Act” required all motor vehicles to be lead by a man waving a red flag at no more than 2mph in buitl up areas.

Thanks to Alfie Woodland

    James Mundy

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    Programmer, builder and startup founder (in recovery). Previously built @Foundbite

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