Which train line in Sydney has the weirdest passengers and why?

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It’s no secret that some train lines in Sydney have, shall we say, “eclectic” passengers.

If you’re looking at a Sydney train map… where do you think are the worst culprits for weird passengers? Don’t forget to comment with your favourite train passenger stories too.

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  1. Blue Mtns line for sure. I once had a lady ask me if I wanted some Twisties and when I politely said no thanks she poured them on my lap and left, cackling. I also once saw a 3 year old kid singing S and M by Rihanna.

  2. I think no matter what line you take you’re bound to find some “interesting” people. The south line is always a cultural experience for anyone living in the city suburbs.

  3. The tedious stop-at-every-station Blue Mountains to Katoomba packs in more weirdos than any train I have ever known. (and I have travelled on the Daylight Express, the Brisbane XPT, the Indian Pacific, the Palace on Wheels, the Chittagong Mail, Nairobi-Mombasa Night “Express” among others).

  4. Newcastle line – teenagers traveling in the toilets, boys wearing makeup and adults who sit on the edge seat refusing to let anyone sit next to them.

  5. Central Coast/Newcastle line. There are so many 18-21 year olds that come into the city on a Friday or Saturday night who are always mucking about, making so much noise and dirtying the trains.

  6. Bankstown line for sure… I once saw someone dry their wet construction socks on the window, it cleared the carriage out real fast…

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