posted by Seanthehedgehog
Labiche: *Blows the whistle as he drives the train pass a group of railroad ponies*
Didont: *Shoveling coal*
The entire train passed the ponies, and they crossed the tracks.
Labiche: *Blows the whistle as he decreases the train's speed to 15. He is in a town called Metz*
German poney 49: *Looks outside* Why are we slowing down?
Didont: Are toi blind? There's been an air raid. Slow down, we're switching.
Labiche: *Decreases the speed to 10*
German poney 49: *Gets out of the cab, and walks onto the tender*
Didont: What are toi going to do?
Labiche: *Doesn't answer, and checks the fuel gauge*
Didont: I don't want to stop at Saint-Avold.
Labiche: Do toi want to go to Germaneigh? We'll stop at Saint-Avold. *Increases speed, and blows the whistle three times*
Railroad poney 40: *Switches the track for Labiche*
Labiche: *Passes the switch, and goes right*
Didont: *Watching Labiche*
Labiche: *Increases speed*
The entire train passed the switch, and started to traverser, croix another track.
Railroad poney 94: *Switches the track ahead of Labiche*
Labiche: *Goes right on the switch, and passes a concentration camp*
German poney 49: *Watching the scenery, and looks at Labiche* This is taking us south. *Gets closer to Labiche, and hits his shoulder* I a dit THIS IS TAKING US SOUTH!
Didont: toi saw the way those tracks were blown up. We have to go around.
Labiche: What's the suivant town on your map?!
German poney 49: Remilly.
Labiche: *Increases speed* Keep your eyes open. Your horizon is about to be broadened.
As they entered the town Remilly, they saw the city's name on a tower on the right side of the track.
German poney 49: *Looking at Labiche and Didont*
Labiche: *Looking ahead of the train*
Didont: *Looking at the German pony*
As the end of the train passed the tower, the sign was removed. They weren't in Remilly after all. They ended up in Pont A Moussoni. Labiche talked to Maurice before tying him up earlier, and told him what was happening. It was Maurice's idea to get together several ponies, and change the city signs to make the Germans think they were heading into Germaneigh. Instead, they were being turned around.
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