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Happy, here in the half-light…

Welcome back to in love with these times, in spite of these times, the fanzine that wishes that what little remained of the old City Road station - briefly a Northern Line stop during the early 20th century - hadn’t been bulldozed recently. But better news, as you can see, is that the old York Road station on the Piccadilly line (closed in 1932) is still here and now easy to spot, thankfully preserved amongst the swathe of redevelopment going on across Kings’ Cross right now. Disused underground stations still fascinate (us).

Now. Back in the halcyon MF day (you know, the early 00s, when we used to do whatever it took, from half-inching chains to tea-leafing pocketbooks) we'd endeavour to update our website at the end of every month, give or take. We can't remotely promise that our current plan to revisit this approach will sustain itself, but let's see.

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The main event this January (red carpet, Leicester Square première etc) was of course Math & Physics Club…

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