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Kids Get Free Subway Travel During Summer Holidays - Glasgow

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Children are to get free travel on Glasgow’s Subway during the school summer holidays. Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has introduced the deal, which means parents will save £1.20 per child… Read More
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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Children are to get free travel on Glasgow’s Subway during the school summer holidays.

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has introduced the deal, which means parents will save £1.20 per child for each return journey.
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#1
I guess I'll heat this back up then. How can anyone vote free Subway travel as cold is beyond me!

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#2
So should we be watching for an increase in vandalism and muggings on the subway, or am I being too cynical?
#3
In glasgow, there are not enough hours in the day for more mugging and vandalism.
#4
Why are people voting this cold anyway? Instead of just hitting the button, come on and explain your reasons.
#5
excellent, I'll just let them play on the subway all day for free!!!
#6
Don't tell the torys about this.
#7
Glasgow has an underground!! WOW...who would have believed it?? Have to vote HOT as i have learnt something today i.e. Glasgow has an underground.....really?!?!?
#8
And yes it does....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow_Subway

Well done Scotland you are a pretty amazing place and have been for a long time so it seems. Very good addition to the union i would say :)
#9
It's also affectionately known as 'The Clockwork Orange' as when it was renovated in the 80's the carriages were orange and the trains just go round and round in a circle.

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