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A line of black cabs waits outside a railway station, amber lights glowing. A passenger approaches, laden with luggage. It’s a scene synonymous with London – the famous black taxi and cabbie, armed with his legendary “Knowledge” of shortcuts and attractions.

But this is actually Coventry, almost 100 miles northwest of the British capital. And, remarkably, it could just as easily be Baku, or Riyadh. The London taxi has gone global. Coventry is prouder than most of its black cab network however. As well it should be; the London taxi has been built…



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