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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Tube Philosophy at King's Cross

Taken at the exit of the King's Cross H&C/Metropolitan/Teacup line this morning, by Matthew V.

King's Cross - Quote of the Day by Matthew V

Is this an instruction to us all? Or just the philosophy of the London Underground in general?

Plus on another thoughtful note, Rammi saw this at Sudbury Hill on Monday:

Seen at Sudbury Hill by Rammi

Let us know if any of your station staff are giving other philosophical offerings or veiled instructions on how to cope with life on the Tube. Perhaps they're competing with each other in an effort to be the most erudite.

Finally, the staff at Caledonian Road decided to use their Service Information board for a rather impressive Christmas message:

Seen at Sudbury Hill by Yaili

Thanks to Yaili for alerting me to this. Have a look at all the effort that was put into it on the large size!


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