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Tom B

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With apologies for the appaling drawing, this is vaugley mathematical but connected with railways. Quite easy.

 
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Tom B

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You have to work out what the questionmark is, when you add the two symbols.
 

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Easy!

The Piccadilly Line + A star bve route maker = a great route!

*end blatent flattery*
 

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*Looks at first post*

*bows*

*Looks at second post*

*Vomitas* ;)

Think more of "a blue what" plus "an orange what".
 

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Nope, you need to think what you get if you add the name of the first symbol to the second symbol. I think someone got the second symbol, it's "orange star". Now figure the first one and add them together. Think railways...
 
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