Why do the British love to Queue?

I really like this advertisement to encourage people to queue in an orderly fashion for the trains and buses.

It is no wonder that the Brits are know for being such great ‘queuers’, it seems our grandparents and great-grandparents have been conditioned to do so after adverts like this appearing in local newspapers. Though, these days, at times, we do like to break the queue, especially in the rush hour and at the supermarket check out (more difficult).

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″]Pass Down the Platform
There are four, five, or six cars to a train. There are two gates to a car, and sometimes three. Two passengers cannot get through the same gate at the same time, but they can get through different gates at the same time. Even loading means quicker loading[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/3″][/su_column] [/su_row]

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″]The Bus Queue Rule
Passengers can only enter a bus one at a time,  By forming into queues at the recoginised stopping points, it will be possible to enter in comfort.

This is a rule of good conduct made in the interests of the public[/su_column]
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