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Friday’s 100-Word Story Challenge #4

A 100-word story about an automated tram that never stops.

Every Friday I plan to post a prompt that will encourage you to write a 100-word story.

The inspiration for your story each week will be the black and white photo above (taken from Pixabay). Your challenge is to write a story of exactly 100-words inspired by that picture.

If you would like to share your story then simply add it into the comments section below

Have fun and I look forward to reading your stories.

Mike

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Mike

A writer of short stories.

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  1. By 2030 public transport was fully automated.
    On boarding a cheery voice would welcome you and on departure that cheery voice would wish you a good day. The inbuilt microchip ensured that every vehicle ran on time, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. This model ran from Leicester Square to Piccadilly Circus.
    Then came the pandemic of 2034.
    Those who survived fled the cities re-establishing themselves in small communities in the country. But nobody informed the buses. They continued their futile journeys. Doors opening automatically at each stop.
    The cheery voice welcoming aboard non-existent passengers.

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