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Tuesday, March 14, 2006

100 Years on the Bakerloo Line

Centenary Celebrations

Looks like the people at Oxford Circus made more of an effort than the people who designed the poster for the Bakerloo centenary celebrations last week

John Pannell took the picture of some Edwardian looking people getting on the Tube at last Friday's celebrations

There was also a bit of a "The Prisoner" feel about the station as large white balloons were floating around. Many thanks to John for letting me use his pictures!

Yesterday I saw the poster that was made for the celebrations and it's a shame it had a bit of a "clip art" feel about it, particularly with the photos which looked like they came from a rather cheap photo library.

Bakerloo Line Centenary Poster

Ah well, at least London Underground aren't wasting our money sourcing some better pictures or a better agency to produce this.

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