Gone But Not Forgotten
- Aug 19, 2001
I had a bit of an odd experience involving cars last sunday. How often do you see a silver Ford Sierra these days? They're pretty rare in London, anyway. Me and Mrs Zyg were riding on my motorcycle through London's Smithfield market, where I saw three identical ones at different times on the same short stretch of road, all with three passengers (the road's the one that winds round the market from Farringdon road to the Barbican underpass, if anyone knows it). I followed one that peeled off up St John Street, one was parked with it's nose sticking out of the covered square between the markets, then one appeared from a side road and went up Charterhouse square. There's no way it could have been the same car. Could have been a rusty-silver-ford-sierra-apprciation-society meeting or something?