Questions… questions…

Questionable Romford
Questionable Romford

On the way to Norwich, our train stopped at a station whose name I unfortunately no longer recall. (I ought to get one of those modern cameras that have built-in GPS.) We were amused to look out of the window and see this sign.

What the heck does it mean? The station was not Romford and the sign seems to be asking whether the train is for Romford. But it’s obviously a permanent sign so are they reminding staff to check every train to see if it is going to Romford?

If anyone knows the answer, please let me know. Obviously spurious answers will also be acceptable as long as they are funny.

Boom! Boom!

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I live in Islington with my partner, "Tigger". I blog about our life and our travels, using my own photos for illustration.
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2 Responses to Questions… questions…

  1. cbramhall says:

    On the subject of strange signs, a local village proudly displays several which declare “Traffic enforcement in this village”. That’s it. No verb. Without one, it makes about as much sense as a questionable sign for Romford.

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