Elsewhere in the transit universe, allegations have been raised that I have far too much influence in decisions about how our city and our transit system should grow.
I admit it.
Tonight I was at the Toronto Consort’s Marco Polo Project, and there hanging for all to see behind the performers was an illustration from Li Livres du Graunt Caam which now resides in the Bodleian Library. This beautiful image shows Marco Polo’s departure from Venice on his travels to the east. (Warning: 5MB image)
Note the large white swans.
These are disguised swan boats, and my influence back into early 15th century transportation is revealed for all to see.