Welcome – And Latest News

Condor posing at the boundary of Hampshire and Wiltshire
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.

Latest News:

The backlog has grown again, and this is a good thing as it means that as the world slowly recovers from Covid, people are feeling comfortable with going outside and travelling again. However, it is the season of the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) which is eating a lot of my free time, so updates to the site are going slowly. Really slowly. Keep an eye on the Backlog page for the latest updates. The Twitter feed will also keep you up to date on the latest additions to the map and blog. When December rolls around, things will pick back up again. Paws crossed.

If you have a pic to be added to the map, tweet it out using the tag #PupAllTheStations and if I can see it, I can add it. If you have a protected account, you can follow/DM @PupTheStations on Twitter. Or you can prod @CondorBriarpup on Telegram if you wish to get the photos in that way. If you’re thinking about getting some new photos taken, please ensure you’re only going out if its safe to do so, especially if there are still lock-down restrictions in place in your area. Remember to follow any rules regarding mask use (and no, pup hoods do not count – wear a mask under your hood if masks are required where you are), and wash your paws or use paw sanitiser frequently. Keep safe out there, pups.