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Anorak | Chiltern trains gives passengers the full 18th Century experience between London and Birmingham

Chiltern trains gives passengers the full 18th Century experience between London and Birmingham

by | 15th, September 2013

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THE toilets on Chiltern Railways have become inspirational “. The new floor to ceiling vinyl images in the toilets on the Birmingham to London service will raise the mind. One lav has been made to look like  Compton Verney , an eighteenth century country mansion turned art gallery in Warwickshire. No. The mansion is not muggy and dull of depressed people in suits sipping scalding hot coffee and playing Angry Birds . It’s pretty clean and smart.Says Thomas Ableman, Chiltern Railways director:

“We’re always looking at ways to create a memorable experience for our passengers. Toilets are traditionally a place to avoid so we have transformed them into an inspirational space with a view. Our only concern is that they’ll be so popular we’ll have people queuing up for the best seat on the train.”

Anorak is young enough to remember when train toilets were the go-to place for anyone seeking to evade paying the fare.

However, now things are all change on the Chiltern Line. Sit back on your steel and plastic throne and enjoy the fuggy ambience, a

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