I get by e-mail the monthly newsletter from Swiss Federal Railways, and today brings news that will please lots of people.
Effective 11th December, all public transport in Switzerland will be smoke-free.
Good news. And also, in order to get the message across, they will gradually remove all the ashtrays from all rolling stock, so as not to tempt anybody to light up - a job which they state will take around six months.
But it's the last paragraph of the above-linked news item which is most interesting.
After all, what can you do with hundreds (thousands?) of ashtrays?
Recycle the metal? Or perhaps create a sculpture with them?
No; the clever Swiss are going to try and sell them.
As "a piece of Swiss railway history".
Hurry! Hurry! While stocks last!