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Monday, October 25, 2010

Mellow Yellow Monday: Yellow lines



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Yellow lines made of little raised disc at Mt Albert railway station. I think, I am not sure, the raised disc makes it less slipperly for any one to fall unto the tracks. I don't take the train, perhaps one of you who do can tell us.

12 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Ann, I'm trying to catch back up after being gone for awhile.... I always enjoy your blogs... How's the weather down there now???? Hope it is better.

Great Mellow Yellow post...
Hugs,
Betsy

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day From Australia, Those raised discs are made of non slip rubber so passengers don't slip and injury themselves or slip off the platform and under the train, it's a bit messy when that happens.

mARTy said...

happy yellow monday- although it´s tuesday already:)

ilovepink said...

Where's the train? Nice photographs , Ann!

Gabriela Abalo said...

I really like your mellow yellow Monday :)

thanks for stopping by my place

cheers from Uruguay

Ginny said...

Glad you told us, I would have thought it was yellow paint. I bet your idea is right, keeps people from slipping. Now THAT would be a BAD place to fall!!

George said...

I"m sure this is some sort of a safety feature, but it is certainly appropriate for Mellow Yellow Monday.

Vernz said...

HI Ann, beautiful scene, I wonder why movie producers often missed this such a beautful scene.. thanks for dropping by Anything Davao

lina@home sweet home said...

It's good for safety!

I'm safe here,the earth quake happened far from here (West Sumatra and Mentawai island). I live in West Java.

I still use my pocket camera, Canon PowerShot A 480...

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day From Australia, I do remember that incident with the pram or push chair a while back. I suspect that the brake was not engaged on the pram or push chair so it rolled down the sloping platform and onto the tracks because of the vibrations given off by the train arriving at the platform. Scary stuff Eh!.

Eden said...

Hi, Ann!
Great post for MYM. I agree with what others said that is for safety purpose.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

here they put lines on platforms so folk don't stand too near the edge