28 thoughts on “Sure Where Would You Get It?

  1. Tony the Toy Gur

    Could be one of the old commuter trains. The new Irish trains don’t have those window openings on them anymore or a slanted bar near the doors.

  2. Wittyname

    At a guess, I’d say it was taken somewhere just passed Leixlip train station on Dec. 17 on board the 3:40pm Connolly to Maynooth commuter train. Possibly.

  3. ZeligIsJaded

    It’s definitely either Ireland or Wales, or somewhere in England, or possibly France, Germany, Scotland or Belgium.

    Or one of the other countries with fields in them.

  4. Gustavo Fring

    As someone who is a reader and lives in Ireland, I can categorically say that is in fact Ireland.

  5. rmc

    The trees on the left next to the first “G” don’t look like any Irish trees I’ve ever seen.

  6. Deadly

    Looks French. Row of uniform trees on the left might be Swiss pine which are very common over there.

  7. bisted

    …nah…the line of poplar trees to the bottom left and the mature hedgerows scream England. The foliage on the trees and the grazing/electric fence marks on the meadow say July. I’d say going south on the 19.40 from Bristol Temple Meads to Taunton just north of Weston-Super-Mare.

    1. Tony the Toy Gur

      No you’re wrong.

      If you were just north of Weston-Super-Mare, the train train would be travelling in a south-westerly direction, therefore the sunset wouldn’t be in that position on the photo.

      The sunset in this image is near the front of the train meaning that it’s travelling in a westerly direction (or if travelling right to left, in an easterly direction).

  8. figleaf

    East Coast train going through Yorkshire. Same pull down windows, which everyone hurriedly pushes up going through noisy tunnels on the way to Leeds.
    Biggest clue is the colour of the fields being green.
    And the green trees.
    And a bit of a glow from the evening sun.
    It’s so obvs.

  9. El Cuno

    it’s good that the only picture Google could come up with to promote Google Drive was taken on a train. Are they messing with our heads?

  10. hello you!

    “Can you ask your readers” indeed… transparent marketing is very transparent (to me)

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