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Canberra Subway?

By poetix - 7 March 2013 15

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Apparently…

We have a subway already in Canberra, which is nice:

So do most cities in Australia, though, by the look of this Etsy shop’s merch.

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15 Responses to
Canberra Subway?
davo101 8:58 am 12 Mar 13

Holden Caulfield said :

And yet another horribly failed attempt at this style of design with a completely inappropriate typeface. That’s before you get to the idiotic spelling mistake.

*Groan*

Maybe something more like this then?

poetix 1:45 pm 07 Mar 13

p1 said :

Aeek said :

I’ve never considered a connection between the defence Eagle column and the Eagle’s Nest.
Further, isn’t the new ASIO complex on the direct line between them?

Does the subway stop at the secret bunker under the lake?

How does this relate to the Questacon cryptic sculptures? And does the Belconnen Owl have a role to play?

p1 1:27 pm 07 Mar 13

Aeek said :

I’ve never considered a connection between the defence Eagle column and the Eagle’s Nest.
Further, isn’t the new ASIO complex on the direct line between them?

Does the subway stop at the secret bunker under the lake?

poetix 1:22 pm 07 Mar 13

Kim F said :

So this is nothing to do with a foot-long with extra cheese?

I can see someone mentioning Brodburger in another two comments or so…

Oh God, I just did it for them.

Aeek 1:19 pm 07 Mar 13

poetix said :

The Eagle confused me. Do they mean the one outside Defence? Or do all trains lead to the Eagle’s Nest? Is this some warped RiotACT publicity? Did Barcham spell Parliment? (-:

I’ve never considered a connection between the defence Eagle column and the Eagle’s Nest.
Further, isn’t the new ASIO complex on the direct line between them?

Kim F 1:09 pm 07 Mar 13

So this is nothing to do with a foot-long with extra cheese?

damien haas 12:50 pm 07 Mar 13

Im not sure how any hipster cachet can be attatched to fake destination rolls.

Holden Caulfield 12:16 pm 07 Mar 13

davo101 said :

RB78 said :

Parliment?

+1 Nice catch.

RiotFrog said :

Subway? I don’t get it.

These are based on the destination rolls that used to be used on the front of buses, trams, and in this case NY subway cars.

And yet another horribly failed attempt at this style of design with a completely inappropriate typeface. That’s before you get to the idiotic spelling mistake.

*Groan*

poetix 12:04 pm 07 Mar 13

The Eagle confused me. Do they mean the one outside Defence? Or do all trains lead to the Eagle’s Nest? Is this some warped RiotACT publicity? Did Barcham spell Parliment? (-:

davo101 11:45 am 07 Mar 13

p996911turbo said :

I can cope with the idea of a fake subway stop list, but when a print consists only of words on a coloured background, those words need to be spelled correctly…

It would also help if the destinations were realistic. If you saw a bus approaching with “Canberra” or “Murrumbidgee” as a destination where would you think they were going? Also having the names spaced out realistically would help, they need to occupy the same amount of vertical real estate otherwise sometimes you’d have more than one destination visible in the window.

davo101 11:34 am 07 Mar 13

RB78 said :

Parliment?

+1 Nice catch.

RiotFrog said :

Subway? I don’t get it.

These are based on the destination rolls that used to be used on the front of buses, trams, and in this case NY subway cars.

p996911turbo 11:32 am 07 Mar 13

I can cope with the idea of a fake subway stop list, but when a print consists only of words on a coloured background, those words need to be spelled correctly…

Primal 11:31 am 07 Mar 13

RB78 said :

Parliment?

Efficiency dividend.

RiotFrog 11:19 am 07 Mar 13

Subway? I don’t get it.

RB78 11:07 am 07 Mar 13

Parliment?

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