Shit, I guess we lost this one after all.
The brand spanking new subway lines.
Millinery and monsters.
A hint of Sun Ra.
A cup of Joe.
Oh, and a statue of Duke Ellington.
Wait what where?
During the Triassic period, the parts of Pangaea which now constitute Britain drifted from the equator to more or less its current location. But with the break-up of the prehistoric supercontinent, ‘Britain’, which had spent much of the Permian underwater, dropped below sea-level once more. And although that is where it spent most of the Jurassic and Cretaceous, there were periods when the land was above sea-level, some of which lasted for as many as twenty million years.
And during those dry years, dinosaurs walked the land. Not just any dinosaurs – but, as recent fossil evidence reveals, robot dinosaurs!