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Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Signs - At the Station

Signs seen at the Bull Creek station - the train/bus station closest to my home.

For other signs from around the world please follow this link to Tom's blog.

(Tom's link opens at 12:00 AM USA Eastern time (1pm Perth time) each Wednesday and closes at 11:55 PM on Saturday)

Take the train - take a break from driving



Our CCTV cameras can see the tag on your shirt, imagine how easily we'll see you tagging a wall
When you get hit by a train other people feel it







40 comments:

  1. I should be on my way, with Ingo. Very bitter-sweet, I miss you.

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    1. :( We would be taking the train somewhere to do some sightseeing.

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    2. I got some reading at least, thank you :-)
      And I have the ocean at home, see post, if you like! The little things these days...

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  2. I am angry that Transperth has started to cover over train windows with advertising regardless whether it is promoting train travel or is commercial advertising.
    I really like the dominating Bull Creek Station sign that speaks to me, this is important and a good way to travel.
    The other warning signs are good and meaningful.
    When we were in Perth, I did notice the signage was quite impressive.

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    1. We can still see out the windows Andrew :)

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  3. ...Sami, it nice to see your clean and modern rail service, this is something that we don't have in this area. The car is king here. Thanks for coming to the party, take care.

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    1. Thanks Tom. Public transport is quite popular here, buses go around the suburbs and offload passengers to train stations that travel along 4 main routes all crossing in the city centre.
      I can either take a bus from a stop behind my street into the station (about 20min) or drive to the station (about 10min) and park there. From the station the train takes 10 minutes to the city centre.

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  4. I haven't taken a train trip in years, other than for commuter type travel. Ironically the last two times I did that were in Sydney, NSW and in Hong Kong.

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    1. I probably take the train to the city maybe about 10 times a year, as I actually work the opposite way, but bus and train travel is quite popular here as parking is quite expensive in the city. Thanks David

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  5. Every time we are driving into the city and a train zooms past us I wonder why we're not on it Sami 😀 good strong signs here.

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    1. When I go into the city I prefer to take the train, quick and no need to pay for expensive parking.

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  6. These are powerful signs, especially the last.

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    1. True Jeanie. I haven't heard of people throwing themselves on the lines here in Perth, but apparently in Sydney it happened a few times.

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  7. Light rail is a great way to travel around. A comfortable trip with no parking problems. You found a fine collection of signs at this rail station.

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  8. I love the tagging one the best. Lots of that going on here.

    Have a fabulous day, Sami. ♥

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    1. Thanks Sandee, maybe they need more cameras, lol.

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  9. Good signs at the station. The last one is quite sobering.

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    1. Quite true Pat, we shouldn't need that sort of sign.

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  10. Dearest Sami,
    Excellent signs and you're fortunate, like in The Netherlands and all through Europe, for having a great Rail System to travel conveniently and cheap.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  11. Aside from our LRT, I haven't been on a train in a year.

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  12. Eu, entusiasta de comboios, voto a favor.

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  13. Lovely and fun train signs. I have never been on a train that I can remember.

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  14. El tren es el medio de transporte que preefiero. Se va muy cómodo y es muy apropiado en largas distancias.

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  15. Love train travel in Europe. That tag sign is very good.
    Train travel in Canada is very expensive.

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    1. Long trips can be expensive in Australia too.

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  16. It's some time since I last went on a train!
    That last message is a powerful one!

    All the best Jan

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