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The location of this photograph is very easy to decipher. As shown in the text message of the lower part, it was taken at the entrance of a London Tube station! I took this photograph because it showed the number of steps for passengers to descend into the underground station; that was very kind for people who feel some difficulty in using the stairs. 78 steps corresponds to the stairs of four stories high building. This tube station don't have escalators. In Japan, I counted over 150 steps from an underground station to the surface; that station, of course, has escalators.

2007 03 24 [Where am I now?] | 固定リンク



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