The Null Device

The train I caught to work today was one of the new refurbished Connex trains. Other than being painted blue on the outside and having a dot-matrix display on the front, they redid the seating and added emergency intercoms. Most interestingly, though, most of the walls between the carriages have been replaced with see-through windows. Which means that when you look through them, you see another tube of commuters, in that limbo state of almost suspended animation one enters in the space between actual places. It's eerily like looking into a fish tank (from the adjacent fish tank).

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