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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Metal Stile


This metal stile is an access point to the dismantled railway path near to the old turntable.

These type of stiles are known as squeeze stiles.

7 comments:

Gail's Man said...

I see it's been specially designed to allow fat people through. Equal opportunities strikes again!

Jules said...

Hi Gerald
Said I would visit you and here I am!! Love your page - you enjoy photography, travelling and hailku - me too!!

lv2scpbk said...

Looks neat.

skuiki said...

funny door :)

julia said...

Never seen this style before. ingenious would have to think about this

Elizabeth said...

We have several of these around our way I think it is to stop motorbikes and horses on the trail ways, although as a horse rider myself I can't see what the problem there is

Gerald England said...

Hi Elizabeth - If the stile is stop horse-riders it is probably to stop them leaving the trail there rather than stop them joining as the exit leads into an estate of private houses and then to a busy main road.

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