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Discussion in 'UK Railway Discussion' started by district, 6 Nov 2011.
... due to reports by police of a LION in the area.
As reported by @NRE_Northern.
Although I hear there is only disruption to the mane line.
Cue lion related puns...
Good to see them taking pride in their work
Oh dear, these jokes get worse and worse!
It seems that after a brief paws in the service, trains are no longer roaring through Shepley but calling as normal.
No need to get Catty
I wonder whether this event was prepared for in the automated announcements?
Thankfully it's not on a mane line.
I wonder if there was up-ROAR amongst the passengers.
I PREY that the lion has been found!
Must have got a ticket from thetrainlion.com
Had to say it did look a bit funny on the West Yorkshire Metro updates.
I was there earlier, saw a geezer sprinting up the road and asked him if he'd seen the lion down ther. His reply?
"You don't think I'm chasing it do you?"
Passengers are instead using buses.
Ring & Pride.
This story made it onto the Radio 4 news at 9. Apparently the police found nothing.
I got a feline it might have been a hoax.
Maybe it was the ghost of D0260
Hopefully they haven't been lion about this
...I'll grab my coat.
Better had, before we start pelting you for the bad puns
When I saw this on NRE I didn't believe it. I thought they must have been lion to me.
Well, I've looked for one but can't find any humerous drawings or pictures of Lions and trains...
Best I could find...
Two seconds on Google :P
Oh get knotted, Eagle beat me to it! With the same pic!
Damn me for searching FA first...
Supprised no-one posted this one..
The police decided to re-lion a single report...
its a paws for thought though. at least everything is purrfect again.
*dons a tin hat and hides under the table*
Can you claim Delay Repay, or is there a claws preventing it?
i nearly lost the will to live reading these jokes.... simply because i had thought of some of them too and realised how bad they are
In the old days the excuse for late trains was a cow on the line.