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Troublemakers at the station

Caulfield Station, 1:30pm
How it looked on-screenPretending to wait for a train (on a platform not used at weekends)

By Daniel Bowen

Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek.
Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia.
Opinions on this blog are all mine.

9 replies on “Troublemakers at the station”

I think I saw you the other day when you walk out of Parliament station. Can’t remeber what day but I recalled it was a sunny day!

Just saw you on TV (overcast day). Well done!

Yes, and quite a pleasant-looking chap you are too!

They had us pretend to be waiting for a train. Any gunzels reading would recognise it was Caulfield platform 1 – which isn’t normally used on weekends… so we’d be waiting an awfully long time there!

how does it feel to be a famous multi-media personality? they’ll put you up for the logies next :-)

That’s not fabricating, wait till you see the new Connex ad. THAT’s fabricating! See if you can pick any more faults than my list: Silent train, clean people on board, people on board interact with each other, no feet on seats, peak hour train with only one person standing. What are they playing at?

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