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    Default The Tube at 150 years old

    It doesn't look a day over 150, nor does it act a day younger... grouchy, irritable, scratchy, and inflexible... And apparently we Londoners spend over 5 days a year down the Tube...


    Is there any difference??? by RCARCARCA, on Flickr


    The Tube Today at 150 years old by RCARCARCA, on Flickr

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    Which do you prefer???

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    Default The Tube at 150 years old

    Of the 2, the 2nd image for me.

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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

    Quote Originally Posted by rcarca View Post
    ... grouchy, irritable, scratchy, and inflexible...
    ... and that's just the passengers . It was nice to see they are running steam trains again (albeit just a few specials).

    Not the easiest place to take photographs ... no preference from the two.

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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

    1 would work if they were the old tube trains but as they are not then its no 2

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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

    I saw somewhere where they used an old steam train on the underground in celebration of the 150 years.
    It's been a long while since I've been to London but I'm guessing the smells are the same on the underground.
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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

    Quote Originally Posted by Hereford_EOS View Post
    I saw somewhere where they used an old steam train on the underground in celebration of the 150 years.
    It's been a long while since I've been to London but I'm guessing the smells are the same on the underground.
    It doesn't seem to change much!!!

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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

    I have to go for number 2 as well

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    Default Re: The Tube at 150 years old

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    1 would work if they were the old tube trains but as they are not then its no 2

    Stan
    It was a poor quality joke!!! Sorry! But thanks for looking and Peter as well.

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