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High tech met low tech on a WAGN train to Cambridge this week. A homeward-bound colleague was awoken from his usual doze somewhere in Constable country by the bang of a stone or similar hitting the window opposite. Much to the relief of the young lady sitting next to it, the inner pane of the double glazed window on the smart new(ish) train held firm, but the toughened glass outer pane crazed into near opacity. At the next station WAGN officials decided the train could not proceed until ...

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