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Jun 20, 2022

[Answer] Which literary nickname is used for Glasgow's underground railway system?

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...1. Animal Farm 2. The Hogwarts Express 3. The Orient Express 4. The Clockwork Orange




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The Clockwork Orange - Despite the fact that Hogwarts Castle is set in the Scottish highlands, Glasgow’s subway system is actually nicknamed “Clockwork Orange.” Built in 1896, it is the third-oldest underground system in the world, after London and Budapest. The system consists of just one circular route underneath the city with 15 stations and is one of the only systems in the world not to have expanded from its original route. In the 1970s, Glasgow introduced bright orange cars along this circular route, which led to the “Clockwork Orange” nickname — a nod to the iconic novel by Anthony Burgess. However, the nickname appears to be more commonly used in the press and tourist guidebooks; locals tend to refer to it simply as “the subway” or “the tube.” Before the introduction of the orange cars, it was also sometimes called the “Shoogly Train,” a reference to the local slang term “shoogle,” which means “rattle.” :


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