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#75614 03/06/07 09:58 AM
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So how do they collect the $200 fine? [Linked Image]

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I find it interesting that England assesses fines in US dollars.

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I find it interesting that England assesses fines in US dollars.

We don't! I just found this pic while browsing. [Linked Image]

My guess is that this is Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia (near Sydney).

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Hmmmm....... I've just been doing a little searching to see what I can come up with on this. It appears that this sign has been doing the rounds on various websites for a couple of years.

I can't find anything on a present-day Newcastle tramway (streetcar) system in N.S.W., nor any link to a Newcastle Tramway Authority there.

It seems that Newcastle used to have a tram system, but it was disbanded around 1950, about 16 years before Australia changed from LSD to dollars & cents.
http://www.railpage.org.au/tram/goddmack.html


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