The use of three-digit station codes

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Re: The use of three-digit station codes

Post by hopeful traveller » 13 Feb 2013, 17:41

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Re: The use of three-digit station codes

Post by RobbieM » 13 Feb 2013, 18:02

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Good to know that Hopeful Traveller has a life (when visiting Iceland, at least :) )
And that Scrxisi enjoys Vietnamese comedy.
But Sam, your Arabic makes perfect sense to me!
After you, madam - I'll wait for the next direct train to Mill Hill East.
(I really ought to change this; no-one understands it out of context.)
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Re: The use of three-digit station codes

Post by RobbieM » 13 Feb 2013, 18:22

I guess this takes us into the "Countdown" thread...
After you, madam - I'll wait for the next direct train to Mill Hill East.
(I really ought to change this; no-one understands it out of context.)
Personal record: 270 Stations in 9 minutes and 3 seconds

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