Reading and Shuffling

Big notches on the Central BeltWhen not observing (or interacting) with fellow passengers, Central Belt Shuffler is often reading, or sometimes observing other people reading.

Indeed, one of the reasons to travel on the train is to read. Reading and travelling go together; hand and glove.

So it was appropriate to fall upon a review of this future read, after only a few days of starting to record the centralbeltshuffle: Robert Crawford’s On Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Willy Maley’s THE review, ‘Big Notches on the Central Belt’, begins by commenting, ‘This is a fascinating book, if in some ways a peculiar one…’

Fascinating and peculiar. Surely one for the centralbeltshuffle reading list.


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