Anybody know what and where the tower at the end of the new So'ton titles is?
Its Clavell Tower in Dorset
So, the new So'ton titles images are:
2: Swanage-Bournemouth car ferry.
3rd and 4th image both used up by person doing some sort of adrenaline watersport that I don't know the name for (jumping up in image 3, and landing back on water in image 4). Location could be anywhere in Britain, frankly.
5: Reading train station platform (I think).
6: People on grass in countryside (no idea where this is. New Forest? South Downs?) Again, location could be anywhere in Britain, frankly.
7: "Blade" tower in Reading
8: Clavell tower.
So, quite a lot of bias towards the north and west of the region. The Isle of Wight, for example, is now not represented at all. Unless ST is going to continue having a few different versions of the titles, with slightly different combinations of images in each?
I'm sure that the Reading train station image was also in the new Oxford sub-opt titles, despite Reading not being within the sub-region.
Almost all of the various versions of the previous So'ton titles were comprised of images from south of the Ridgeway only. The only exception was a version that included the Harwell donut as its 5th image (or 3rd image in the short edit) - hence, this version was used for pan-regional bulletins.
Anyone know what selection of images were used at lunchtime today? Or did they still use the old style titles, preserving unveiling the new ones until the 6:30?
I'll be interested to see how north-of-the-Ridgeway is represented (if at all) in pan-regional titles from now on.