NAMED AND SHAMED
Euston, we have a problem

Repeat after us: lights are to see in the dark. They are not to demonstrate your incompetence with controls (we’re looking at you, Network Rail)

Euston Station


With big energy bills for lighting that’s on whether it’s daytime or not, it’s no wonder Network Rail has to charge you 30p to visit the loo.
Spotted by Neil Knowles of Elektra.



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