The Anonymous Widower

Dalston Junction As An Interchange On The London Overground

Last night, I came back to Dalston Junction from Highbury and Islington, on an Overground train with a friend, who was going on to Anerley in the Deep South.

They needed a West Croydon train and were going to pick one up at Canada Water later on.

I’ve remarked about interchanges on the London Overground before in this post, but I’ve never investigated Dalson Junction, as I usually get on the Overground there, rather than chsnge trains.

I hadn’t realised that to get on a West Croydon train at Dalston Junction, you always go to Platform 3, which is alongside Platform 4, where the trains from Highbury and Islington arrive.

So it has been laid out to make things easy.

Trains going south, start at the following places.

West Croydon – Platform 3 at Dalston Junction

Crystal Palace – Platform 1 at Highbury and Islington

Clapham Junction – Platform 2 at Highbury and Islington

November 30, 2013 Posted by | Transport | , , | Leave a comment

Five Months Of Daily INR Testing

I’ve now been testing my INR using my Coaguchek device for five months now.

INR August-November 2013

INR August-November 2013

I’ve missed very few days.

Nothing worries me about the results, but suppose you were testing every two weeks or so, you might start to get the impression your INR results were not what they should be.

I’ve now got enough data to start doing some serious analysis.

November 30, 2013 Posted by | Health | , , | Leave a comment