Time Travel
By Gemma Morris
24th January 2018

Time travel: will it ever happen? That is one argument we have had in the KDR office multiple times. Whether you think it can (or has) happened or not, one thing is for sure we all have that one place in time we would travel to if we could. As the debate continues we wanted to know where the KDR team would go and why.

Take a look below to see where the KDR team would go if they could travel in time...

Jurassic Period

Jurassic Period

“Humanity is overrated. I’d travel to the Jurassic Period and hang out with the dinosaurs” – Chris

753 BC

Ancient Rome

“I’ve always had a fascination with ancient Rome and Greece” – Mike

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

“I studied Ancient History at school and I’ve always been interested in the events during that era including; the first Olympic games and even Mythology” – Max

Back to the past

Time travel

“I would go back and meet all my ancestors through the years to see exactly where I came from and what jobs they did” – Georgia 

The Old West

The Old West

“Always wanted to be a cowboy growing up” – Craig

The Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

“I’d like to go to the time of the first industrial revolution in the UK. I’d like to see how people responded to the great changes going on and how they adapted to the changes” – Mark

1969

Woodstock

“I would love to be able to go to Woodstock and see some of my favourite bands play live!” – Gemma

“I’d go back to 1969 so I could go to Woodstock festival” – Hollie

1970

1970

“I’d travel back to the 70s and invent the first computer, mobile phone etc. and I’d also get to live through the 70s and 80s when music was decent, so I’d probably form a great band at the same time” – Rob

1976

Queen

“I would go see Queen’s performance at Hyde Park in 1976, because we will never again have another artist like Freddie Mercury” – Ethan

1988

Senna

“I would go to see Senna win his first world championship and then watch him win his second, and his third. I have been a Senna fan for as long as I can remember and have always wished I was alive to see him race live and win!” – James

1999

Man United

“I would go to the 26th of May 1999 to watch United win the Champions League final and the treble” – Tom

2038

The Future

“I would go 10 – 20 years in to the future, so my present-self (who has gone in to the future) could ask my future-self life advice and guidance (if I’m still knocking about). It would also be a good opportunity to get an upper hand and knowledge on future sporting activities to know who to bet on and see where to invest my money.” – James

3000

Year 3000

“I would go to the Year 3000, not much has changed but they live under water” – Steve

The Future

The Future

“I would travel to the future, in the hope that interstellar space travel has been invented” – Ryan

“I would want to go the next day of the Euro Millions to find out the winning numbers” – Ben

Where would you go if you could time travel? What is the one thing in history you wouldn’t want to miss? Let us know in the comments below

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