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    The 2:27

    Do you say only "the 2:27" to mean "the 2:27 train"?

    I found a line like this on the Internet.

    The conductor : ... This is the 2:27 to Newcastle North, calling at
    Peterborough,...

    Is this just an omission of the word "train" or does it mean anything else?

    Please answer my question soon

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    Re: The 2:27

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoshio View Post
    Do you say only "the 2:27" to mean "the 2:27 train"?

    I found a line like this on the Internet.

    The conductor : ... This is the 2:27 to Newcastle North, calling at
    Peterborough,...

    Is this just an omission of the word "train" or does it mean anything else?

    Please answer my question soon
    You are correct. It is normally used for trains.

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