Trains

For use if you're forced to travel by land because you've missed your flight.

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Countrylink

Scandinavian trains aren't the only ones with clean carriages. This oversized bag comes from a train operator in New South Wales.

Thanks to Matthias Koch (2005)

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CRH

It says it's an airsickness bag, but it's really a trainbag with delusions - from the China Railway High Speed.

You need one of these bags if the train goes round a curve as tight as that depicted in the logo.

Thanks to Piet van der Poel (2007)

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Deutsche Bahn

Sagen Sie uns hier Ihre Meinung über Stau auf den Autobahnen... "Tell us your opinion about jams on the motorways"

A bag from German Railways - don't know whether it was from a train itself.

This bag was issued shortly before a series of major strikes by train drivers. Which led to more traffic jams. Anyone want to design a bag about that?

Thanks to Timo Korf (2007)

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DSB (0804)

One of the few bags that show what it is supposed to contain: regurgitated pepperoni pizza.

The 0804 is printed in the top right corner of the bag.

From Danish railways (I guess that's what DSB means).

Thanks to Josef Gebele (2004)

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DSB (ISS Facility Services)

Slightly lighter than the 0804 version. Anyone know what Ta' mlijøet med means? Or how to pronounce it?

Thanks to Josef Gebele (2004)

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DSB (Tænk på miljøet)

The Danish state railways have switched to blue-green slime.

Thanks to Timo Korf. (2006)

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DSB (crosses)

... not coloured dots in the bottom like the bag above.

Thanks to Josef Gebele (2007)

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DSB (Tænk på miljøet, S)

More Danish slime, this time from Copenhagen's suburban trains (that's what the "S" stands for).

Thanks to Timo Korf. (2006)

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