One reoccurring theme in Euro rails seems to be that they are State owned.
Initially, important services like rails were State owned. The idea behind was to offer essential services at an acceptable prize that even low income people can afford.
Speaking of water supply - some friends who often have to visit the USA told me that in some hotels water smells of chlorine.Can someone from our US residents confirm or deny it?
third railway package.
we (and the Spanish) use rail roads of a different dimension so European's (meaning Hitler's) trains could not enter the Iberian peninsula.
Heck, you guys still use the Metric System...
For starters: http://www.metric4us.com/why.html
Such an obvious attempt to derail this thread.
And there are curiosities like the Swedish trains driving on the left-hand side, a remnant from when Swedes like the British drove cars on the left-hand side.
mjm, who the hell ever wanted or proposed to do that?
A train from Sheffield to Essex cost £50... So I flew home via BERLIN to save £8
I have never used that Ryanair lot and never will. A number of years ago he said they would not accept UK army credentials as an ID.
Quote from: rjhowie on 2016-01-31, 03:28:35I have never used that Ryanair lot and never will. A number of years ago he said they would not accept UK army credentials as an ID.If they are accepted within the UK (like Dutch driver's licenses in the Netherlands) that would be against the law; however, internationally I rather doubt they would be sufficient anywhere else.
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