Guy visits the least used train stations in the UK


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/02/09/guy-visits-the-least-used-trai.html


#2

I love the little cuppa icon. ding


#3

I’ll use any excuse to post some Flanders and Swann


#4

For the Toronto equivalent: Finding Bessarion


#5

Is this guy related to the Loch Ness watcher?


#6

Let me know when he gets to Little Bazeley.*

  • Intentionally obscure reference to the first Emma Peel episode of The Avengers.

#7

I expect that some of the stations* that were cut by Richard Beeching and Ernest Marples (who had contracts for building motorways) had more people using them than the ones in the videos.

* I know that it was the lines that were cut, but even then some of those choices were questionable.


#8

Goodness, when they’re now referred to as heritage trains… I feel really old.


#9

I want this hobby.


#10

Nice Alaska Sea Life Center sweater on that one guy…:smiley:


#11

No. He’s not


#12

GUYS! For some action, watch this one - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J22DyrBkW4g&list=PLt4q5oaptyI9U2zddss8dm8srzuJj6nRz&index=2


#13

Thanks all! I’ve done 7 so far, and there’s a fair few to get round, the complete playlist of all the ones i’ve done so far, is here on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt4q5oaptyI9U2zddss8dm8srzuJj6nRz

thanks! Geoff.


#14

Thanks for making them!. Looking forward to watching the Dilton Marsh one. :slight_smile:


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