Places of interest in Shepperton, TW18
By 16:10:32 (122 seconds), the leading edge devices had stowed fully into the wing. The speed was 177 knots (328 km/h) and height above the ground was 1,560 feet (480 m), with the aircraft still held into its usual climb attitude. Key continued to hold the nose-up attitude when there was a second stick shake and stick push in the following two seconds. A third stick push followed 127 seconds into the flight but no recovery was attempted. One second later, the stall warning and recovery system was overridden by a flight crew member.
Staines has a fairly compact town centre mainly focused on a wide pedestrianised High Street, housing most familiar names such as Waterstones, Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, T.K. Maxx, JD Sports, Sony, McDonald's, Argos, PC World, Tesco, Waitrose, Monsoon and HMV. Smaller independent units can be found in Church Street including Iris Bloomfield Florists and Refresh Juice Cafe, Clarence Street and the eastern end of the High Street. A market in the pedestrianised High Street is held every Wednesday and Saturday. It is one of the largest and busiest street markets in Surrey. A moderately-sized shopping centre (Elmsleigh) is directly behind the High Street. A retail park was opened in 2002 called Two Rivers which is bisected by the confluence of the rivers Wraysbury and Colne. Retailers include Waitrose as well as a Vue cinema, gym and cafes.
Crossings of the River Thames
West Drayton railway station is a railway station serving West Drayton, a western suburb of London, England. The station is served by local services operated by First Great Western from London Paddington to Reading stations.
The first incident of 2007 happened on 3 January, at approximately a 23:45 (GMT) on a slip road connecting the M25 motorway and the M4 motorway west of London near Heathrow Airport, when a National Express coach travelling from London to Aberdeen overturned. Two people died of fatal wounds, and dozens were injured in the accident. A third passenger died in hospital six months later as a result of "horrific injuries" sustained in the crash. Despite this tragic incident, coach travel in the UK is still the safest form of road passenger transport, as confirmed by the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT).
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