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Posted by David Styles on 4 April 2013 | 0 Comments If you conducted a global poll to see in which aspects of life Britain leads the world, the answer would not be public transport, town planning, manufacturing, national cuisine, plumbing, dentistry or education. But, by general consent, London does have the best taxi drivers. We are famed for our knowledge of the city and our ability to recall a large amount of information. So as with cramming for exams here as a few tricks of the trade. Acronyms: By taking the first letters we have created: WASP the four streets that go from St. Leonard's Terrace to South Kensington Junction; Walpole Street, Anderson Street, Sloane Avenue and Pelham Street. CAB Chelsea, Albert and Battersea Bridges. COB the three respective roads they lead into said bridges: Chelsea Bridge Road, Oakley Street and Beaufort Street. Mnemonics: The following...

Full article: http://www.radiotaxis.co.uk/cabbie-s-aide-memoir/

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