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August 31, 1996 | Associated Press
The Danish State Railways is putting its foot down. It seems fashion-conscious travelers have been grumbling that too many railroad conductors are wearing white sports socks that don't match their dark blue uniforms. So the railroad has banned white socks and started to distribute dark ones to all its 20,000 employees, the Politiken newspaper said Friday. "It's important that the uniforms look pleasant and harmonious," railroad official Birte Brandt said.
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August 31, 1996 | Associated Press
The Danish State Railways is putting its foot down. It seems fashion-conscious travelers have been grumbling that too many railroad conductors are wearing white sports socks that don't match their dark blue uniforms. So the railroad has banned white socks and started to distribute dark ones to all its 20,000 employees, the Politiken newspaper said Friday. "It's important that the uniforms look pleasant and harmonious," railroad official Birte Brandt said.
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March 21, 1993 | JAY BRUNHOUSE
New railpasses from Wales to Russia, two-month Eurail Flexipasses and free Eurailpass Protection Programs make train travel through Europe easier than ever this year. Traditional Eurailpasses let you range through 17 European countries--that is, through all the nations of Western Europe except those of Great Britain--and use the rail-linked sea transportation between them as well.
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