October 26, 2005

Transport friendlies

After a week of delayed buses/trains due to breakdowns, general problems and "customer service issues" (what that is I have no idea, but it was one of the train managers excuses) which resulted in missed connections and too much time spent in railway stations, as well as some mean Bus driver who shouted at me (you are a bad man) I was loosing faith in any joy ever occuring from taking public transport.

However on Sunday I was in Wolverhampton and there were two wonderful bus people, who were friendly and helpful and restored my faith in the transport system, as they helped Big Sister and me navigate our way to Wolseley house.

The best, best, best transport friendly though was the singing train conducter who sang "tickets, tickets, tickets please!"

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  1. I've seen that train conductor!!!!! Was he black!? If so he might have been the same one! There was a singing conductor when I was going to Loughborough on a train once, and he sang at the person next to me that he wanted to see their student railcard.

    26 Oct 2005, 14:54

  2. No, he was a white guy with a grey/brown beard, slightly balding… maybe there is a fleet of singing conductors… how cool is that!! Oooo I hope I get to hear him again!

    27 Oct 2005, 16:49

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