The headlines tell us that the clever people in white coats at CERN in Switzerland have found the Higgs Boson. Many of us never knew that they had lost it! Unless you are an expert in sub-atomic particle physics, this piece of news will remain something of a mystery.
[expurgation by fbb.] Hear the full "sermon" (here).
** In the days before "ring-pull" cans, you needed a "key" to link to a tab on the top of a tin of sardines as shown in the picture above. Originally cans did not always come with keys, you were expected to have one in your kitchen drawer; but the gremlins always hid it when you needed it. Then, usually, the key broke or the tab sheared off; it was hugely entertaining! Later, every can had a poor quality key attached and even later along came the ring-pull.
Nevertheless these signs add a little local colour. So as an antidote to Murray Mania on a soggy Sunday afternoon, fbb invites his readers to "translate" these place names WITHOUT reference to works of reference. To make the challenge a little more effective, sometimes the chubby one has offered only part of a station's official name. With each name there is a pictorial clue.
Please don't sent in your answers as comments, fbb will reveal all tomorrow when we will return to the much more challenging topic of the proposed Sheffield-wide all-operator bus "Partnership".