14.1.04

CHURCH OF ST. MARY'S IN A HAZEL HOLLOW .... Brian at Transport Blog visits Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch, which is or is not the longest train station name in the world, depending on whether or not you use a hyphen to set off "church of St. Tysilio by the red cave." The pronunciation guide raises a wicked thought: would the Beatles have been as big a success had they first played in the Red Cave club at Llanfairpwll?

And a quick thumbs-up to Patrick at Transport Blog who notes, "privatisation ≠ fragmentation." Of course not. Look who is billing itself as
North America's Railroad.

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