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  • I dreamt I was being chased, along with Brian Keene and other horror writers, by what I do not know, running beneath an elevated trainline.

    My June 2010 Dream Tweets

  • Young boys torturing a toddler before throwing him onto a trainline, where he was killed.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • International guests love forgive me Hughsey Australia Zoo on the Nambour trainline.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Big Storm.

  • A planetary adventure story of Aztecs and with a Carribean flavour turns into a space opera of alien overlords, interstellar trainline type travel, and your superpowered warrior type in Pepper, who seems to be the link between the novels and short stories set in this universe, in general.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Sign up to the trainline.com and you'll see a train to Glasgow will involve changes, take a minimum of 6 1/2 hours and cost anything between £80 and £240.

    Upcoming Travel Plans in Vuboqville

  • The trainline the bomb threats were made to is the same line I ride to Dublin city centre, although the threats were made for a stretch farther north than the one I use.

    between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day

  • Perhaps the men upset at how women only cars add to the congestion of busy trains should focus their annoyance on the perverts, not the trainline.

    Japanese trains offering women-only cars

  • I also bought new shoes to replace the one I lost on the trainline (the other one is sitting very forlornly at the bottom of my bed now).

    Pished Lulu

  • The road and trainline that carry two million tourists each year to see the statue were covered in layers of mud and rocks.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • The ticket on the day was 122 quid, but I managed to get it through trainline for 35.

    Army Rumour Service

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