I think this can only qualify as OMG MY EYES — there’s a fake tube train carriage that has been decorated in a style that can serve only one purpose — to burn the retinas in your eyeballs.

A pink tube train (c) Selfie Factory

Described as “the UK’s First Instagram Inspired Funhouse”, this is the latest desperate attempt to lure people into the huge empty void that is the O2 Icon shopping centre.

The three people behind the selfie-factory say that they have set up a series of rooms with the “backdrops that you frequently see in your feed”, so in theory, there are lots of people on Instagram taking photos in pink tube trains?

Should you need to spend 60 minutes in a pink tube train — then it’ll cost you £12 and you can book tickets here.

The train is not accessible to those with mobility needs.


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9 comments on “There’s a pink tube train in North Greenwich
  1. Maurice Reed says:

    😎 sunglasses required

  2. Alice Shander says:

    This article was definitely written by an old, grumpy white man 🤷

  3. Sykobee says:

    Much more bright and cheery than the usual drab TfL moquettes! I approve, and demand this is implemented on the Hammersmith and City Line.

    (note: I don’t use the H+C Line)

  4. Andrew Gwilt says:

    Is that a real thing or just a replica of the 1996 Stock that the artist intended to decorate with pink things.

  5. Jason says:

    Pink used to be a boy’s colour y’know.
    Maybe not that shade of pink though.

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