A train in the UK newspaper, The Times, has become its best seller.
The newspaper announced on Tuesday that it has sold more than 4 million copies of the cardboard train since its launch in December 2015.
“In the past year we have seen our cardboard train become the bestselling product in the world, with customers turning up at our offices at 3:30am, 7:00am and 9:00pm every morning to board it,” said the Times.
The train can be seen on many London Underground trains and on other UK cities.
The Times said the train was a “truly British thing”, adding that the train “provides a glimpse of the future”.
The train is currently being rolled out across the country, with many stations offering it as part of a trial.
This is the train which was on display at the 2015 London 2012 Olympics, and is currently in use by the London Underground during the London Olympics.
The Guardian also reported that the Times had sold 5 million copies in just four days, with more than 7 million people purchasing the train.
The paper said the cardboard version had also sold well in the US and Europe.
The new train, which is not intended for public use, was launched in partnership with the US government.
The American government has been promoting its use in public transport as a way of making people healthier.
The government said that it had been working with a number of American companies, including General Motors, to promote the cardboard cut-outs, including using them in the 2016 inauguration of President Donald Trump.
“These cardboard cutout train pieces are intended to be part of the inaugural ceremonies of the President Donald J. Trump,” said a spokesperson for the US Department of Transportation.
“The cardboard cut outs are an important part of that, and it is important that they are seen as part and parcel of the ceremony.”