Welcome everyone to Pup All The Stations. I’m Condor Briarpup, and I’m travelling to as many Great Britain based railway stations as I can before I die, getting a pup photo at each of them with the station signs, and making a small blog-type-thing about it. Why? Check the What & Why page to find out more. You can also see a map of the stations that have been “pupped”, not just by me, but by other pups from all over the world. You can keep an eye on the latest action by following #PupAllTheStations on Twitter, though some pups are also crossposting to other social media platforms as well.
Note: Please do bear in mind that everything you’ll see on the Pup All The Stations website is safe for all, other pups social profiles may contain NSFW/Mature content. User discretion if following off-site links is advised.
It’s officially winter. How do I know? Because it’s far too cold to be outside. So what better way of spending the winter break than wrapping up warm and pupping a few stations? Other than staying at home with a hot cup of coco, of course. During November updates were a little slower than normal as I was compiling a spreadsheet of all the Twitter posts from pups who’ve been pupping stations and are not yet on the map. There’s over 170 rows and it grows all the time. I need staff, it seems, as I’m still adding my own adventures to the blog. Speaking of, the list to add to the blog (with completed updates being crossed off) now stands at:
Vauxhall (Underground) – Pride Update
Oxford Circus (Underground)
Harrow On the Hill (Underground)
This is not including the ever-growing number of stations being pupped by the users of the #PupAllTheStations hashtag on Twitter – if I can figure out how to share a read-only version of the spreadsheet, I’ll do that. A few more international stations are getting added to the map, which is ever wonderful to see. Not much action in the East though. Nothing in Japan, Australia, or any other reasonably LGBT+ friendly countries outside of Europe and the Americas. Looks like the pup network needs to bark a message out overseas. There be some stations that need pupping in the Southern Hemisphere!