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Friday, November 18, 2005

The Friday Competition

Which type of London Underground Train was this taken in?

OK people, I was instructed by Ms Mole to post this at some point this week owing to her being in America. However, since she's been there, she's done nothing but post to this blog, leaving me no room to get it in (oo-er).

However, she doesn't appear to be about at the moment so I'll sneak in now with this one while she's not looking.

It's Friday, so it's competition time! We both spotted this ad in a magazine the other day and in the true tradition of "can you tell what it is yet?" you have to guess which kind of tube train they used for the photoshoot (addition by Annie - he means type of train - ie the rolling stock). It's not all that difficult for the geeks out there but if you all comment on it you'll feel good about yourself for the rest of the day (honest).

I have no idea if there is a prize for this one but just in case there is, one answer only please (Mr. Justice) :-) (addition by Annie - the prize is a copy of
Poems Not on the Underground - A Parody - top book of funny poems about travelling on public transport. Leave your website/blog/email address in the comments if you want to be eligible to win (closing date midnight GMT Sunday evening 20th November - in the event of more than one person getting it right - correct guesses will be drawn from a hat!)

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PS From Annie - by the way, I fly back home today, so the flight attendent in the London Underground carriage is quite an appropriate image - very reminiscent of the Business Class Tube carriages spoof from Reclaim the Streets protesting against PPP.

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