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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

London Underground Roundel not on the Underground

Quick let's warn TfL's lawyers

Here's a couple more pictures of the Tube's logo or roundel being used in some unusual places. They were both spotted by Jon Allen on his travels. The first is a puntastic advert for a bookshop in Porthmadog, Wales and not as I originally thought a station sign for Reading, Berkshire

Underground Logo in Porthmadog

Reading - It's never money down the Tubes! I bet the bookshop had hours of fun coming up with that byline.

From Portmadog to Reykjavik and Jon spotted this in a bar in the capital city of Kerry Katona's favourite country, Iceland

Underground Logo in  a bar in Reykjavik

Cheers for those Jon. I've made a quick Flickr set which includes photos that other people have kindly sent in. So if anyone spots any more on their travels, please send them in as we need to keep London Underground's lawyers on their toes!

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