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QUIZ Australian train stations named after EFL and Prem clubs


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On 26/03/2020 at 09:20, oldstandrobin said:

Jeez Tone, how uncannily like Yatton (for Clevedon) Used to get all my parcels sent there in the 1980's, all that is missing is the Station Porter !!

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Melbourne has a huge number of British town and city names in its suburbs, presumably every person who went to live out there took his town's name with him
Newport
Tottenham
Blackburn
Burnley
Preston

and there's Liverpool near Sydney.

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4 hours ago, havanatopia said:

You fibber, Oodnawarramunga means shite infested hole. Oh, hang on.

Tasmania off of oz. Has towns called Cambridge, Norfolk and even Swansea.

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4 minutes ago, BigTone said:

And Launceston

I was talking to some builders who were working in Launceston (Cornwall) a couple of years back. Their boss had booked their digs for the duration but when they got to site, no-one had ever heard of the address or even the road it was supposed to be in.

It turned out he`d booked them into a B&B in Launceston, Tasmania!

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46 minutes ago, Lanterne Rouge said:

I was talking to some builders who were working in Launceston (Cornwall) a couple of years back. Their boss had booked their digs for the duration but when they got to site, no-one had ever heard of the address or even the road it was supposed to be in.

It turned out he`d booked them into a B&B in Launceston, Tasmania!

They would need to get the 109 bus

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