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    Posted: 21 March 2008 at 00:11
The idea is to post pictures of stuff that begins with the letter in the title, in the style of a Children's alphabet book... extra kudos for anything obscure, surreal or funny...


This week’s letter is 'T'...

T is for Tube



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T is for Togetherness





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T is for Train station, at the Thalys Tracks


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T is for Tree

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T is also for Tower

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T in Holland at this time of the year is for Tulip:


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T is also for Two Trains, one German and one Dutch Together in the station of Enschede:



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T is for Trees...
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T is for Two Towers


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T is for Timepiece.



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and Tall Clock Tower.



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T is also for Tiny Tomatoes.



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Tweet Tweet.



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Trio on Top.



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