Photo courtesy of Marko Aamunkajo.
Found in Hangzhou, China.
Called him strong heart , mayn go tasee,
Called him lion heart, loon go tasee.
(Song of Hiawatha – Longfellow)
– One way to Loondon, please.
Take two of these and you’ll float along.
My memory is playing tricks on me.
Called him Strong-Heart, Soange-taha !
Called him Loon-Heart, Mahngo-taysee !
If you really qwant loony railways. Try Brissie.
But how far is it as the crow flies?
Where you get the straight dope on train travel.
It’s just a matter of time with that guy sitting behind you.
Popular with migratory workers.
You sure that isn’t Loonfellow you’re quoting?
The only train that flies in the air and dives under water.
You don’t have to be crazy to travel this way, but it helps.
♩♬ We’re goin’ off the rails on a crazy train. ♪♫
In Canada, beware when someone tells you, “i have a loonie in my pocket. “
I hate waiting but the time just flew by.
Is this the waiting room for Galaxy Express 999?
The waiting room has a cuckoo clock on the wall.
@Big Fat Cat-No, no, in Canada, that’s perfectly normal.
This waiting room is for especially lazy loons who’d rather migrate by train instead of doing it by themselves.
Soomeboody has a hard time noot dooubling the “oo” in woords.
Maybe the prices are crazy low.
This train only goes as far as a loon can go.
Ah, Canadian, I see…
No ducks allowed
Every crowd has a silver looning.
Wondering if this train is a relic from the 1934 Loon March of Mao Zedong?
Perfect match for the Shoot Distance Ferry.
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