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3 Responses to “Train seats”
Ahhh…so you’ve travelled on our railway network then.
Dave K says:
This is part of a game called “passenger bingo”, played by the driver, the blokey/woman who pushes the expensive crisps and tea trolley, and the ticket inspector. It’s common to hear a hearty cry of “HOUSE!” around the area of Thingley Junction or the Westbury Fork. On arrival at your destination see if you can spot which of the staff members has a smug self-satisfied smile.
In Germany, the numbering is a little bit less confuesd, Like one couple of rows in the twenties, then the next in the thirties, etc., even though the numbers do jump around within that. And these people do have some reason behind it, I think, something about window seats, how he seats face, etc.