Podcast #108: Beatdown, Madness, Chaos in the Train

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Shut Up & Sit Down · 108: Beatdown, Madness, Chaos in the Train
April 24, 2020

Look, I’m really sorry that I sat on the podcast intro music but what am I supposed to do, check every seat for audio files before I sit down? I know it’s a bit crushed and quiet, but if we give it enough love and care then it’ll spring back soon enough, I’m sure – and I can always do my own version of the music for the time being… Oh the podcast is meant to be out… today? I’ll see what I can do…

This podcast may contain traces of trains – perhaps more than a trace, even, as Matt and Quinns discuss both Russian Railroads and 1889: History of Shikoku Railways in the space of just one hour. I know, it’s all getting a bit exciting. Squashed between those discussions like a fun filling in a games sandwich, Tom yammers on about Calico, Pax Pamir 2e and Watergate; games that somehow all contain the same levels of tension and despair in spite of their wildly differing themes.

Have a great weekend, everybody!

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Timestamps
2:42 – Rushin’ (Russian) Railroads
12:19 – Calico
22:08 – Pax Pamir 2e
34:51 – 1889: History of Shikoku Railways
53:25 – Watergate

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