-Poul Anderson, "Time Patrol" IN Anderson, Time Patrol (Riverdale, NY, 2006), pp. 1-53 AT p. 17.
"...[Bond] looked out of the window of his bedroom. To his left, the sun was setting in a blaze of colour. In the skyscrapers the lights were coming on, turning the whole town into a golden honeycomb. Far below the streets were rivers of neon lighting, crimson, blue, green. The wind sighed sadly outside in the velvet dusk, lending his room still more warmth and security and luxury."
-Ian Fleming, Live And Let Die (London, 2004), Chapter 4, pp. 034-035.
"Winter had fallen uptime. Snow tumbled past the window of [Everard's] apartment, making a cave of white stillness for us."
-Anderson, "The Sorrow of Odin the Goth" IN Time Patrol, pp. 333-465 AT p. 385.
Everard and Bond separately in 1954; then Everard and Farness together in 1980 - New York across the decades.