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In Trainspotting at Leith Central Station, Renton is walking through the old neighborhood when he notices the belligerently drunk Second Prize in an alley. He calls a taxi back to his neighborhood and heads to a pub where he runs into Begbie. Begbie tells him Tommy is bad with AIDS now. They walk to the only - now unused Leith Central Station, where an old drunkard asks if they are trainspotting (obsessively tracking train times). The old man is Begbie's father. Later Begbie beats a man on the street for no reason.

Renton goes to Johnny Swan's flat in A Leg-Over Situation. Johnny has had a leg amputated from shooting into a femoral...

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