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Great holmertz 2018-02-14 2:45

Hello Jorge,
This seems like an unusual kind of art to find in a railway station. You spotted it well and you gave the photo a very attractive panoramic composition. It was worth spending some time taking photos here, but maybe not worth missing the train. But I guess there are many trains from London to Nottingham. ;-)
Kind regards,

Old 02-14-2018, 12:47 PM
jmdias jmdias is offline
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Default To holmertz: english trains


in UK they have a problem about information in trains in some stations. you look to the placards and they only put the number of the platform you want in the last 5 minutes and if you were far of the place or don't know where the platform is you will have troubles. for those who use the station everyday isn't bad because they know where the trains use to stop, but for me as a tourist this was a problem and I always lost other trains.
I am much more british in terms of horaries than the english and I am ever in the place much earlier, but..

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