9 unusual objects left on Greater Anglia trains
- Credit: Archant
Greater Anglia have revealed some of the odd items they have had left on their trains - including a front door and an expensive violin.
The following items were all found/handed in on Greater Anglia trains.
A front door
So many questions - why was a front door brought onto a train? How did it get forgotten?
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Someone’s home was abnormally quiet that evening.
Hopefully the owner was reunited with their lost property quickly.
I imagine their heart skipped a beat when they discovered their stethoscope was still on the train.
There is nothing like making yourself at home on the train when you have a long journey ahead of you. Just make sure you remember to gather everything when you leave.
Band practice had to be cancelled that night.
I wonder if Van Gogh ever left one of his masterpieces on public transport.
There seems to be a theme of musical instruments left behind on Greater Anglia trains.