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« Reply #150 on: October 15, 2020, 05:06:28 pm »

My tongue was in my cheek when I asked! It's the same news website that from time lists "Reading's most expensive Street" or "Reading's most sought-after road" and then cites Shiplake or Wargrave.
Then, depending on the type of news will write about Caversham like it?s a separate market town 10 miles away.
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« Reply #151 on: October 15, 2020, 05:36:57 pm »

Will there be escalators at Green Park, as suggested here by the Get Reading news website?
I doubt it. That is a stock photo of a london underground escalator from a news website that employs journalists who probably think that Reading is in London, or that the Green Park discussed is the one in London
Seriously, does nobody notice the green countryside between Reading and London anymore?

Why do you think it was chosen to illustrate "railway station", let alone "Reading Green Park railway station"? The caption suggests it was to illustrate "Covid-19". So you might ask what the aforesaid "journalists" imagine the construction labour force to be like ...
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