love and the motorway via The M1 appreciation course
'And, mingling with the heavy smell of fried food, there may also be just a whiff of romance.
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"That unhappiness, far from being off-putting, can actually be a peg on which your feelings of love can hang," he says.
Altar to speed
Love has often blossomed in venues on the edges of motorways. In the 1960s, for example, the Ace Cafe - with its prime spot at the centre of a knot of motorways - gave teenagers a place to meet, listen to music, and, crucially, flirt.'