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The Train Station. The mid winter sun began to rise from the south hitting the electric doors as the flood of people race for their morning tickets.

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Introduction

Sitting here is almost like watching living theatre as another busy start to the day for many heading to the recently regenerated inner city train station. The mid winter sun began to rise from the south hitting the electric doors as the flood of people race for their morning tickets. A long queue started to form in and out of the barriers, just like a snake moving through the grass. The queue went down quickly as passengers knew what to do and where they wanted to travel. ...read more.

Middle

People checked the time on the well preserved clock and began to move towards the platform. At this point the smell of coffee was overcome with female perfume. An ear piercing roar from the train hit the station as the brakes locked up against the track. The train came into platform, strong and hard, like a hungry tiger ready for its morning feast. People stepped back in shock and allow the arriving passengers to get off. Now with them out of the way, the gun went off. ...read more.

Conclusion

The once welcomed voice from above was now public enemy number one. She brought the news everyone feared. Train D31 would be delayed by up to 80 minutes. Suddenly the mood changed and the waiting faces dropped and loud 'nawah' sound was echoed around the station. People began to move from the once busy platform towards the bus station where hopefully a bus would take them to their destination, which it seemed was miles away from them right now. Now with many finding other forms of transport, the train station was at rest for another day until rush hour unleashed the tiger once again. ...read more.

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