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Thanks for the 411 on the rail info in Cuba. Would you happen to have websites for those companies? Thanks. - Sapphire 01:18, 6 May 2006 (EDT)
- Thought about it for a second and realized that as a Briton you may not know what "411" means. Here, in the States, 411 is the number you dial on the phone if you need information on a person's address or phone number. It's also known as "information" so we substitute "information" for "411 pronounced "four-one-one" sometimes. Ciao. - Sapphire 01:28, 6 May 2006 (EDT)
I undid you edit from the page in question because you had added discussion onto the main page, please add these to the TALK page instead so people can argument in the correct place. --OVK 10:43, 28 January 2013 (EST)