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TRAIN of thought

Whether it is a journey from Nottingham to Edinburgh, Finchley Road to Ruislip or just from A to B, train travel is something that we use regularly. Yet, in the UK, most notably in London it is almost a heinous crime of British tradition to talk to another person on the train, especially to someone you don’t know! Striking up a conversation with the stranger sat next to you is just something that doesn’t happen on a regular basis.

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