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Free Transport for London (TfL) Backgrounds for Zoom, MS Teams etc
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Imagine you're on a bus, or DLR or Emirates cable car... All backgrounds available to download as single files or as one collection download.
jaipe

Nice work nzmtbz - just find some JPEG images on Google and post them as Zoom background deals.

CarloRivera

This!

patrick_000

Unfortunately he’s now the PM but he managed to leave behind a string of costly disasters at TfL like the cable car and largely unusable double decker buses.

Twal96

Perfect, under 18s can now pretend they’ve got their free transport

Gitfinger

You might get fined for non-essential travel...

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead eBook (ePub) - 99p @ Hive Store
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead eBook (ePub) - 99p @ Hive Store
£0.99 Free P&P FreeHive Store Deals
Have wanted to read for a while and discovered it's only 99p on hive.co.uk Also recently purchased My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Otessa Moshfegh, only £1.99 and a very good re… Read more
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okosanto

Download Calibre and you can convert almost any format (PDF, Word, Epub etc) to mobi (kindle) format. Normal sources of "ahem" dodgy downloadable content also have ebooks....

dazbang

Brilliant book! The Nickel Boys is fantastic too and well worth a read if you can find a deal on it (y)

blimpo

Many thanks for these recommendations! Have added both to my list :D

joshm

Ah sorry I assumed it was a Kindle deal.

blackanchorage

I forgot to search! But this is a different format, epub, so might help people that don't have a kindle. I see also I can sort by price. American Psycho is also 99p.

Global Underground - Free album download with code
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Global Underground are currently giving away 1 free album via download with code. MP3 or WAV formats available. I've gone for Adapt Vol.3 as it's the only one of the GU series I d… Read more
Begize

I've just downloaded Adapt 3 OK so still working

Jhonrperl

The site can't be reached 8)

MadeDixonsCry

I didn't realise you guys existed on Earth anymore.

toffee_paul

007 Oakey New York, Sasha 009 San Fran and Sasha 013 Ibiza. Legendary!

jameshothothot

Thanks ! Has some soundcloud podcasts - will try one now!

NHS Staff in Wales to receive free public transport (Buses & Trains) for 3 months
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Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
NHS Staff in Wales to receive free public transport (Buses & Trains) for 3 months
FREE£0.01
Excellent move by the Welsh government to offer all NHS staff free public transport across Wales. I'm aware that TFW had already made their services free for NHS workers but you ca… Read more
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JOHNNY_WILKINSON

You have my thanks and admiration for the dangerous tasks your'e doing, but remember to Stay Safe!

_ThE_HUKD_CoOkIe_MoNsTeR_

I've been redeployed to the NHS Front Line as a HCA. I'm an NHS Biomedical Scientist, running my own Department and we have all been redeployed to the Wards now. This is to cover for people self-isolating with Covid-19 and also to allow others to step up to work in the ICU/ITU/HDU etc. I live in Wales but work in London and the commute is challenging at the best of times, but especially now with Sunday Timetables etc. Plus Megabus & National Express have suspended ALL Services until further notice, so only the Train is on offer. I'm proud to be able to do my bit on the Frontline. And I agree that Train/Bus Companies in England would do well to provide a Free Service for their NHS Staff, like Wales has.

1988dave

To be fair yeh I am... Animal lives thank you.. Anymore questions? While you sit in your mums basement making claims for dole?

_ThE_HUKD_CoOkIe_MoNsTeR_

I think at the moment the Free Rail Travel for NHS Staff runs until the end of April on Transport for Wales Trains. It's the Free Bus Travel that is 3 months, although TfW may match that.

Jino

These taxi drivers for minimal profit should deliver privately key workers to work places. thus they can earn some money, keep economy running and take big burden from some key workers to think about how to get home and job. All have to wear the masks.

Free Public Transport for Health and Social Care Workers ( Northern Ireland) - Bus & Train Travel
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th MarLocalLocal
Free Public Transport for Health and Social Care Workers ( Northern Ireland) - Bus & Train Travel
FREE£0.01Translink Deals
Translink from Friday 27th March introduce free transport rail and bus journeys for Doctors ,Nurses Health care assistant , even in the private sector. Not everyone own car or had… Read more
xillium

Heat added (y)

Dragonflymum

Fabulous they deserve more that free transport right now but it’s a good start carers and NHS are stars. I have carers that come to my house twice a week and there fabulous xxx

Spartan176

Good job. Would be £3.50 per day saved from my home to Mater return instead of all day ticket. (y)

Covid19 Temp :Free 24 hour access to Santander Cycles for NHS Workers +All road user charges suspended + Season Ticket Refund @ TFL (London)
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Posted 23rd MarPosted 23rd MarLocalLocal
In a bid to ensure London's critical workers, particularly those in the NHS, are able to travel round London as easily as possible during this national emergency TFL will suspend a… Read more
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reviewsUK

I had to apply online once they introduced that option, because I didn't receive anything for weeks after applying on the phone and saw other people commenting that they received a refund within days of phoning. They did charge a £5 fee.

Pokora

Did anyone receive any TFL refund since this announce ?

Pokora

Now you can apply online for the refund without having to wait for a person in the phone, but as customers are saying they are not waving the admin fee + they are not calculating from the date of last use. BEFORE you do this online make snapshots and download as many information from the oyster you need because after you won't be able to access to any information from that oyster.

Rx78

also a note to everyone on refund - it is calculated based on 52 weeks - 6 weeks because of the free extra travel, so essentially 322 days basis rather than 365 days.... which means expect less to be paid into your bank account

jordanleno

FYI all. I was on the phone for 1 hour before talking to someone, and compared TFL estimated calculations vs my calculations before he processed my monthly travelcard and PAYG balances, TFL was out by £5!!!! Which is the £5 admin/deposit fee that is SUPPOSEDLY waived during COVID19!!! I pointed this out to the guy but poor sod can only rely on TFL system, his explaination was that's how the system generated the refund amount based on "ordinarily charged". It may not be much, but this is really sneaky on TFL part, announcing one thing and doing the exact opposite! Refund estimated 10-14 working days.

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TFL Mini Underground Roundel Lightbox £12.74 with code @ Robert Dyas - (Free Click and Collect)
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Posted 7th Dec 2019Posted 7th Dec 2019
TFL Mini Underground Roundel Lightbox £12.74 with code @ Robert Dyas - (Free Click and Collect)
Can order from Robert Dyas and collect from Ryman stores Recognised all across the world as the symbol for England's capital, the London Underground 'roundel' is as captivating a… Read more
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RAMRaider1

Interestingly, the online info about this item (priced at £25.00 via London Transport Museum's website) states the following..... Dimensions: Height: 18 cm, 180 mm 7 inches Width: 22 cm, 220 mm 8.5 inches Depth: 4.3 cm, 43 mm 1.55 inches Uses 2 x AAA Batteries (not included) .....whereas observe that the size of the version (below) being sold at Robert Dyas differs very slightly: Height: 20 cm, 200 mm Width: 18 cm, 180 mm Depth: 4.5 cm, 45 mm Quite frankly however, I find the stingy 90-day warranty on this product completely unacceptable, so I'm afraid that it's ICE COLD from me (skeptical) !!

cooperdj

you're a cheery one

BoomtownRat73

Anybody remember an infamous rave club from the early '90s, called Sterns?

coll20

Now you can be reminded of overcrowded trains, rude Londoners, stabbings, and urine. Another icon that can be added to wall of tat.

London Only - Free Travel on all TfL networks between 23:45 on New Year's Eve and 04:30 on New Year's Day @ TfL
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Posted 2nd Dec 2019Posted 2nd Dec 2019
London Only - Free Travel on all TfL networks between 23:45 on New Year's Eve and 04:30 on New Year's Day @ TfL
Just seen that as per the last few years, TFL will be offering free travel from 23:45 on New Year's Eve until 04:30 on New Year's day to ease the process of trying to get back home… Read more
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dealpickle

Yeah, I had no trains and a dismal replacement bus service when I came home from them back then, so I can sympathise somewhat, took me about two hours. Glad you enjoyed the fireworks though! I agree, well worth a tenner.

jyonda

I was there last night and it was great. Well worth a tenner. The journey home on the other hand was appalling.

royals

Did Trafalgar square decades ago. They cancelled the event, couldnt drink alcohol, couldnt leave when there. Worst Nye ever, never again.

dealpickle

It's well worth going, I went two years ago and it was ace.

scorp10

Revolut 3 X Free tap ins on Transport for London (TFL) with  Google Pay (maximum of £2.50 cashback per day of travel)
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Posted 22nd Sep 2019Posted 22nd Sep 2019LocalLocal
Revolut 3 X Free tap ins on Transport for London (TFL) with Google Pay (maximum of £2.50 cashback per day of travel)
3 X Free tap ins via Google Pay on TfL London, tubes , buses etc. 3 cashbacks max £2.50 each. Valid 23 Sept to 7 Oct
lxx

Could anyone please help with the following: "How long does the Campaign last for? The Campaign will start on 23 September 2019 and will end on 7 October 2019 at 11.59 PM. Perks claimed before 7 October 2019 will remain active for 14 days." My "Active Perk" shows that there are 10 days left as at 5 October, can I claim the taps made up to 14 October, or up to 7 October? How do I know if the 50,000 journeys have been used ? Many thanks in advance :)

Sim22

Hope there are some journeys left :D

drspa44

Despite going against the terms, I have got cashback. So it is worth trying. Was refunded £2.50 on day 1 for 2 bus journeys. So 50p to pay only. Was refunded £1.50 on day 2 for a Z5-Z2 tube journey that avoided zone 1. Also, my registered address is about 10 miles outside the Greater London Area (AL10), so I shouldn't really qualify.

ansonuk1

The having a registered Revolut address in London doesn't appear to be being stuck they activated it on my account (Berkshire) & I've had one cashback so far

MrsAndMrsChadha

Didn't work for me either. I checked on chat on Monday and the customer care person told me that I would get the perk. Checking this morning they told that I won't. Bunch of buffoons. I remember the initial days when the service was good. It's just pretty bad now. I am taking my business elsewhere.

(World Car Free Day) Free 24hr Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire (Including access to 20km Closed Roads in Central London) @ TFL
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(World Car Free Day) Free 24hr Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire (Including access to 20km Closed Roads in Central London) @ TFL
On the 22nd September, to celebrate World Car Free Day, you can get 24hrs of unlimited Santander Cycle hire for free. You will need to enter the code CarFreeDay2019 when accessin… Read more
FoxRaynard

So we should only obey laws that prevent fatalities? I'm pretty sure there is a raft of laws that don't fall in this category. B&C we will probably never know D - What laws are you prioritising when you condone cyclists running red lights exactly? And what exactly is unjust about asking cyclists to obey traffic laws? I will get upset if cyclists use pavements if there is no cycle path. I'm pretty sure they can tell the difference, and cyclists don't use pavements because they are confused, they use them as a short cut, because they want to avoid traffic queues or are afraid to be on the road. Bicycles are defined as vehicles and have to obey traffic laws as vehicles. If cyclists are afraid to be on the road, choose a different type of transport, simple as that

afroylnt

I walk round a path to my local waitrose and roughly once a week I see someone cycling / scootering (some electric) at what I estimate to be circa 15mph passing only 2 feet away from pedestrians inc. small children dogs etc yes most don't cycle at that speed but unfortunately some selfish dangerous ones do...

supermann

I don't think many cyclists would be doing those speeds on the pavement, no disrespect in pointing out the obvious but pavements aren't like roads, people moving in different directions, sometimes in crowds, it's not an easy place to pick up speed but I do concede that given the movement, bicycles can become hazardous regardless of speed.

afroylnt

Of course a car carries much more force but the speed of some cyclists would mean they would contact with pedetrians somewhere between 10-15+ mph.

supermann

I'm not saying it's not possible, it can frighten people, people do very occasionally get hit but rarely ever killed. And whilst this is bad I think it needs to be put in perspective. A cyclist hitting you 5 mph is nothing like being hit by a car at 30-50mph even if the cyclist may be travelling at 10-25mph

Free Pepsi Max 250ml at front of Holborn underground station today
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Posted 8th Aug 2019Posted 8th Aug 2019LocalLocal
Free Pepsi Max 250ml at front of Holborn underground station today
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Free Pepsi Max being given out in front of Holborn underground station plus 61p off voucher.
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dealpickle

Crack...I smoke two bowls a day. This stuff is like Pepsi Max.

plath

pepsi max... i drink two cans a day. this stuff is like crack.

andrewworrall1

Ah yes that's right!

holteenderl7

Did 61% prefer Pepsi max over Coca Cola on previous blind taste tests Thus the 61p off

Khaled_Miah

Nope they are not opening the cans.

A month of free travel (London Overground's Gospel Oak to Barking) 31st August-1st October @ TFL
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Posted 6th Aug 2019Posted 6th Aug 2019LocalLocal
A month of free travel (London Overground's Gospel Oak to Barking) 31st August-1st October @ TFL
https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/london-overground/gospel-oak-to-barking-improvements?cid=gospel-oak-barking-trains#on-this-page-1 To thank you for your patience during the delay in bring… Read more
amour3k

Lol, fair enough.

SamBee1

Erm, no, that's the whole point.There is free travel due to the delay in the new trains. Which have now arrived. That's eight brand new 4 carriage trains so there are trains every 15 minutes. Capacity has been doubled since a few months ago. https://londonist.com/london/transport/gospel-oak-barking-overground-new-electric-trains Trains that start at Gospel Oak (closest station for Hampstead Heath), passes through Crouch Hill (for Crouch End), improve access for the new WHL, connect onto trains for Southend at Barking and in a couple of years will extend to Barking Riverside, a brand new 'town' on the Thames with 10,800 new homes and the facilities to match.

zworld

Another hip-hop nobody

zworld

This line is horrible, I wouldn't jump on it even if it was free. The trains consists of two carriages, come every 30 mins. and people board it regardless of if it's already packed. And, you have to fight it out with the EU self-claimed builders from Walthamstow and Leytonstone.

Freshmike

Get a yearly ticket

Auto Claim for delays on London Tube, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Overground and TfL Rail via Reeclaim
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Posted 22nd Jun 2019Posted 22nd Jun 2019
Auto Claim for delays on London Tube, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Overground and TfL Rail via Reeclaim
Train Reeclaim (yep, it really is spelt that way) is a free service that automatically claims refunds for delays from TfL. It covers the tube, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), Londo… Read more
sj_mith

Same here 🤭

PM13

Dear valued customers, We hope this communications finds you well. As you may have already noticed, TfL recently updated their website with additional log-in security to all user accounts. Due to the recent update, we are currently unable to claim any delayed journeys on your behalf. We are working towards a solution, but would like to encourage all our users to manually claim back any delayed journeys in the interim. We hope to be back in touch very soon with a further update. Best regards,

sj_mith

Got 7 refunds confirmed. £3.90 each for last 28 days. Can't thank you enough OP. Keep up the good work..:)

RevHWan

Wow . That worked quickly. 2 refunds on the way Thank you op

sj_mith

Need to register then. Fed up with tfl too

-95% [Dollar Underground Bundle] for PC - Redeem Codes on Steam @ Fanatical - 89p
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Posted 25th Mar 2019Posted 25th Mar 2019
-95% [Dollar Underground Bundle] for PC - Redeem Codes on Steam @ Fanatical - 89p
£0.89£19.7295%Fanatical Deals
Includes 9 Games for 89p. Redeem the codes via Steam. Battle Bruise Soul Gambler UBERMOSH:BLACKa Trip to Vinelands Gryphon Knight Epic UBERMOSH: Wraith Face It Swarmrider… Read more
Please offer me a seat Badge for Greater Manchester Transport
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Posted 4th Mar 2019Posted 4th Mar 2019
Please offer me a seat Badge for Greater Manchester Transport
Found out about this today and wanted to share it as it could help a lot of people who use Public Transport in Greater Manchester. https://tfgm.com/public-transport/please-offer… Read more
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Peacemonster

Not all disabilities are visible.

Mr.P.Bear

Don’t wobble your head love it’s a joke! Jesus! Guess what! I’m not actually a bear either *gasp* and it’s not a rag it’s from a little thing called the internet

chapchap

What rag did you get that from? The mass media spreading ignorance to the masses.

Mr.P.Bear

Mr.P.Bear

I was on a train heading in to Manchester centre with a guy wearing one of these badges people saw the badge and no one offered him a seat, it was obvious he was struggling and had a visible disability (not all disabilities are visible). I was standing also or I would have rightfully offered him my seat. People aren’t as alert or compassionate any more and I’m only 33 but I’ve noticed it

Automatic TFL refunds for delayed journeys
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Posted 28th Feb 2019Posted 28th Feb 2019
Automatic TFL refunds for delayed journeys
I am.not sure if this has been shared before on this platform. You can register on the above mentioned link to get automatic refunds if your journey was delayed over 15 mins. You w… Read more
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Darkwaxer

Probably subsidised from the rest of the rail network.

ZX8000

Cheers I dont know about this

deleted2194733

Obviously they are making money somehow but i wasnt aware of it.

tvilhena

Of course you do! Reeclaim is getting access to your entire travel history. Very soon they will be selling it to advertisers and retailers in order to "OFFER" you some tailored services. From their website: So what’s the catch? How does Reeclaim fund itself?Our new app (launching soon), will feature a Rewards Program offering discounted deals curated specifically around your places of travel. Reeclaim will receive a commission from the merchant for every deal redeemed.

deleted2194733

They dont take anything out of your refund, not sure how they are making money

Citymapper - Travel Pass - Super pass - £31 UNLIMITED public transport / Super DUPER pass - £39 UNLIMITED public transport + Cycles + Cabs
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Posted 28th Feb 2019Posted 28th Feb 2019
Citymapper - Travel Pass - Super pass - £31 UNLIMITED public transport / Super DUPER pass - £39 UNLIMITED public transport + Cycles + Cabs
£31£3921%
This, I think is aimed at the London Citymapper, so for those that live in London, congratulations, you just saved money. If you’re not using CityMapper already.. get out from unde… Read more
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solid

Does anyone use the citmapper pass? It just been expanded to zones 3 and 4 - is it really as good as it seems, or are there any downsides? Be interested to hear people's thoughts

turnandshoot

Also taxi’s are by Citymapper. They’re great though and usually cost £2 a trip. Always shared/pooled! They also have boundaries. Zones 1/2 I think.

turnandshoot

Sorry guys.. I was told this wasn’t going to be allowed as a deal so forgot about it. I think everyone has covered the extra details. Interesting to hear it’s a 4 week purchase. Didn’t get that far with it because I don’t travel that much but good to know @LadyEleanor

tommytbone1

Is it not £10 a week credit on the taxi service as per gaurdian article?

tommytbone1

Unlimited taxis? V.Hot if so

Millions of pounds laying around on your Oyster Cards  - Claim your money back!
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Refreshed 24th Mar 2019Refreshed 24th Mar 2019
Millions of pounds laying around on your Oyster Cards - Claim your money back!
I posted this quite a while back and really helped a lot of you so thought it was worth re-sharing as a couple of things have also changed in the way refunds are given. A lot of … Read more
adam659

Would this refund offer work on Student photo card too (although the cards has expired)? I have my sister's photocard laying around :)

smothy

Thanks, claimed back over £12.. not bad

bozo007

None, to my knowledge. Stick with the same contactless card and you get the same daily and weekly fare caps like Oyster.

saif1a

Technology and complexity never make life easier. Usually customer pays for the failures in tfl investment. Today barriers are often left open due to shortage of staff. With mechanical system they either had the machines fixed or guards at barriers. In the oyster or credit based system is a story of economy getting messed up by corrupt leaders, money disappears out of circulation, more computers replace people, more money disappears. Citizens left to absorb costs. You pay for forgetting, you pay for reclaiming in the time taken.

pan_thera

Thank you. Just applied for a bacs refund online.

Pay £20 and get Unlimited Travel on Transport Services with Oyster Photocard for Over 60s - London Borough Residents
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Pay £20 and get Unlimited Travel on Transport Services with Oyster Photocard for Over 60s - London Borough Residents
If you're 60 or over and live in a London borough, you can get free travel on our transport services with an Oyster photocard. Free travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overgrou… Read more
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Adrian_Troalic

Blackpool? Never been, I've already had experiences of Southend-On-Sea and Maidenhead, i think it's called, yeah, as a lifetime globally experienced surfer that's not really my kind of entertainment 😄

Norseg

Mont Saint Michel, it's Blackpool (lol)

Adrian_Troalic

Looking back at the photos it reminds me of Mont Saint-Michel actually, and a lot of beaches on the north coast of France, not exactly the softest sand in the world, because of the exaggerated tides, but still, it's a beach no two ways about it.. Sorry mate

Adrian_Troalic

Listen, i was born in Jersey, where we have some of the cleaniest beaches on the planet, but a beach is a beach, it has sand and sea water, stop being ridiculous!

Norseg

Not a real beach (lol) More like a Lake with Sand (popcorn) This is a beach

N gauge Graham Farish underground loco £79.99 + £4.99 p&p at  London Transport Museum Shop
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Posted 14th Feb 2019Posted 14th Feb 2019
N gauge Graham Farish underground loco £79.99 + £4.99 p&p at London Transport Museum Shop
Graham Farish underground loco in N gauge. Not somewhere you would usually look for an n gauge train but the London transport museum have this loco in the sale at the moment at a g… Read more
TeamMCS

Thanks OP, arrived today! Even had the cheeky RRP sticker still on it

lowbacca

OOS :(

mattywsc

I believe that's on the slightly bigger 00 gauge version (lol)

ketsunoanna

Does this have realistic signal failure announcements and no air conditioning

profdarkart

Bargain! Well done cruncher on getting the last.

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