I am of the belief that trains (locomotives) in the UK are by some law meant to be painted yellow at the front, for reasons of safety. And that the French got the 'ump a bit about this spoiling their Eurostar design.
Unable to find the search terms to answer the question using Google, I am guessing there is someone who looks at this message board who can answer the question:
Why are the fronts of the Elizabeth Line trains not yellow?
For me it's Derby now. I love Just Eat! Click, click, 40 minutes, yum, yum, yum. I've even done it from the one I normally walk to! I've used Virgin Trains and have an American Express card, the rest leave me a bit baffled.
The majority of the Premier league I have little idea what they do (most of it seems to be betting) - I think I have a couple of policies with Aviva, and I like lager, but I'm not certain I've ever drunk Chang. And I drove a Chevrolet in the USA two years ago.
NB. I got a Samsung phone last week - because that's ok now. Seriously, I wouldn't have considered it before!
Yep, Junior Iz has been leaving his favourite website open again:
After the A level thread a few weeks ago, many of us will be hitting the motorway this weekend to proudly watch our first born (in my case - but of course younger sprogs too) fly the nest and enter the world of Academia. Utter pride, but a tear or two of yearning for a lost littlun.