“We are being momentarily held by the train’s dispatcher.”
“Can you move down, please?” How about NO.
We’re not trying to be dicks. We just have them.
Though, who among us can resist the siren song of floor chips?
♫ Come on, ride the train, it’s the choo-choo, ride it… ♫
More than 50% of UK railway travel involves a foreign state-owned railway company. Labour is developing its policy on the issue.
The next train to WTF Is Happening is leaving right now. Slightly NSFW.
You can’t make this stuff up.
This is why you don’t play near trains.
Hey social media people, this is not how you respond to customer complaints.
This short film shows men taking part in the incredibly risky activity, also known as ‘Staff Riding.’
No, I will not move down the carriage.
Take a leaf out of illustrator @OctoberJones’ book and your commute will be changed forever.
We’ve all contemplated firing off an angry complaint letter following a delay. This guy took it to insane extremes.
Quite possibly the most unfortunate typo in the history of unfortunate typos.
Pretty much the best way to get to work ever. Nancyhsu1990 commented, “Taiwan High Speed Rail turned the latest train into the world’s first Cartoon Network theme train. Had a great time riding it, though somehow it seems that parents are more excited then the kids…”
That empty car? IT’S A TRAP.
Look at the image for long enough and you can make the train change direction simply by thinking about it. Freaky.
Which is your style - the dignified dart or the self-conscious scuttle? Via Andylisa.
Plus brutally honest Mad Men Mother’s Day cards, the saltiest sandwich in the universe, and a flowchart outlining what everyone thinks they know about The Great Gatsby.
Why walk when you can ride? Via Dogs On Trains.
Up early for the morning commute? Or travelling home after a long shift? Here’s some tips from @SleepyCommuters on how to take a snooze on the journey to and from the office.
Lots of childhood wonder can be seen in this video.
Are we there yet? How about now? Now?
A new photo series captures Japanese commuters in the most hauntingly uncomfortable positions.
Who doesn’t love trains? Idiots, that’s who.