Show Me The Money

Behind the barrier at Queen Street Station

Accusation

In their wisdom, National Rail has positioned both of their cash machines, the only two in Glasgow Queen Street train station, after the bloody ticket barriers.

Why do they think people need cash after they have had to buy their ticket, for a £4.50 miniature box of Pringles?  Surely the punters who need the cash machines lie on the other side of the barriers where money is actually needed to purchase a ticket!

Recommendation

Move the f***ing cash machines to the correct side of the station!

Representation

Awaiting reply. All National Rail enquiries can do is show a picture of said useless cash machines!

Skelptarse definitely required!

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8 Comments

  • I still think Lord Forsyth deserves it more, but I can’t find any way of slapping him on these pages. I’ll withhold the full 5-slap till such time as he appears. Meanwhile a good old 4-slap for National Rail.

    • Tony,

      Why not submit your own post on Lord Forsyth via the Submit Yours page on here? I’d love to publish it for you :) Thanks for the 4-slap for National Rail ;)

      Skelpy x

      • Skelpy,
        That’s a fine idea. I had no idea skelping here was so democratic. I’ll just get my skelping mitt. Expect to hear from me soon.
        Tony

        • I’m technically Dundonian and therefore any skelping would be applied to an ‘erse’. Would this disqualify my contribution?

  • Not National Rails fault, try blaming ScotRail instead, they run the station.

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  • When they installed the barriers, they had the barriers (near whsmith) where you could go to the machines easily. I suspect however that whsmith complained as they hampered access to the shop. also in their previous position, when those folks from edinburgh and such arrived it caused a bit’o'a’stramash….

    Definately worth a well-skelpt arse,… not to mention the fact that the ticket machines never accept creased notes, visa electron cards, and there are only two that accept cash for the lower level trains,….

    get a grip scotrail,….

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