The person who manages to invent air conditioning for train carriages which actually works would be doing a great service to public health.
I have just finished another week of commuting to London in incredibly stuffy carriages. It’s not so bad in summer when you can open a window – that’s if you are lucky enough to travel in a train which actually has functioning windows. The worst are the ‘modern’ trains with sealed windows and supposed air conditioning – oh the headache by the time you get out at London Bridge.
I am sure the lack of oxygen is killing off my little grey cells which probably means its leading to early stage dementia.
Please, please Mr Dyson – or somebody – invent decent air conditioning for rail carriages?