The Airport Shuttle set features what is apparently supposed to be a logo of the Airport Shuttle monorail system, both on the train itself and prominently on top of the city stop (and possibly in more places). It looks like a capital letter T in front of a circle.

photo of the logo in question

Is there any information available as to what this was meant to signify? I.e. is it meant to symbolize anything about the set (a cross-section of the airport stop?), or is it modeled after a real-world symbol of a comparable transportation system?

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    I would have said it's the track and a stylised pillar, seen side on. A number of real-world monorails tend to include the track in their logos. Commented May 22, 2019 at 21:32
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    @Zhaph-BenDuguid That was my immediate reaction also, something like this perhaps
    – Ambo100
    Commented Apr 3, 2021 at 20:22

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First of all, here's a slightly enhanced, upclose image of the logo. enter image description here My best guess is that it's meant to represent a railway T-Intersection as seen below.

enter image description here I believe this is especially possible, considering how the T tapers down to the bottom, similar to a railway T-Intersection.

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