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2016-01-27 - 21:45:42 - by AlisonW - Topic: Transport: Rail |

One of the fun things of flying intercontinental is being able to follow the position of the aircraft you are in over the ground below using a seat-back television. Now it seems that DB Bahn - the operator of the railways in Germany - is doing the same on some of their services!

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@driverbod125 Depends how close to each other the stops are. Trams stop more frequently than trains imho.
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@MoragMcTweetie @Soultrainns @andie1105 @FamilyLawJack @TfL And don't forget the estuary airport in a bird sanctuary!
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@MoragMcTweetie @andie1105 @Soultrainns @FamilyLawJack @TfL And was never used as hop-on-off despite promises.
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@Soultrainns @andie1105 @FamilyLawJack @TfL I noticed. And from Nottingham.
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@MarcusFitzsimon Zero. Unless it leaks.
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@Tupp_Ed I too noticed this particular issue for the same reason. Samsung TVs just love dialing home continuously.…