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Lines of light and shadow on the platform extending to a point at infinity. Central Station, Sydney
I took this shot of a man coming down the escalator of a seemingly empty station. It reminds me of thriller movies when, that extra the camera has been following walks into an empty public space, only to be attacked … Continue reading
Today’s Sydney Morning Herald has an article about the ways the state government is looking to ‘ease peak hour train crush‘. Some of the things though I just don’t see working. Like the intention to: “introducing ”screen doors” between platforms … Continue reading
A long row of people stand on platform 22 at Central Station, Sydney waiting for the train going around the city circle via St James.
The station is empty. Even the station staff have gone home. Maybe I was leaving work a little late on the night I took this.
Worker fixing the sign mounted atop a ticket vending machine on Town Hall station, Sydney. Apparently the sign is there to spruik the fact the machine also takes Eftpos. Unfortunately this has creating a longer queue in front of the … Continue reading
As you leave Shinjuku station via the west exit you can’t but notice the mass of advertising for Apple iPod Nano. The rise between the pedestrian level and the ceiling has a ring of iPod advertisements (pictured below). And many … Continue reading