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I often wondered how they loaded/uploaded goods into a factory unit which was below street level.A bit of driving skill required here to keep it on the straight and narrow.
They can't have many female delivery drivers then !!
We're on the road to nowhere comes to mind...
Cracking shot Mick, excellent composition, textures and tones
Rust is a lovely colour isn't it!!!
This is a fine composition Mick,
Great spot and capture Mick, 2 nice U Beams there
Let's hope they didn't open the door at the same time
How on earth do you steer a vehicle with the near side front wheel in front of the offside one?
A great shot, Mick!
The one side is shorter than the other, that looks worrying.
The drop off point looks a bit dodgy Mick.
I just didn't realise there is so much rust in the world !!! Great shot Mick... and enough about the female drivers.
Your parting remark up top will engender some comments, I'd hazard, Mick.
Just as well I don't have to execute such a manoeuvre now as backing is not my strong point b/o neck arthritis and turning round is less than comfortable.
Strong lead in lines that take you smack bang against a solid wall.......crash.
smugglers--ya see laddie!
Women drivers huh! Interesting shot I'd have wondered too, how they delivered. Sorry to hear about your family members with ALS, it's a terrible disease and lets hope something can be done about it. Thanks for your comment.
Your final comment may cause you to veer off the track Mick. An amazing construction this - fortunately the rust makes it acceptable
Watch it mate......!!!!
Happily haven't had a car for 5 years
Ah yes, back to the EPZ Mikbee persona we know so well. A fascinating shot with a lovely variety of colours, textures, shapes and light.
As for your last remark, a comment but no vote for you today!
A great one Mick,but your comment, women drivers ,watch out mate as theres many of us hereand well done Lynne ,and I think I will join you
Darn it, Moira got there before me! Quite a conundrum you've presented us with here.
Excellent composition, colour, content, textures, Mick.
I have a different explanation to all the others in the form of an old joke I once met, translated from the German and subtly modified:
- What is the difference between a truck?
- It is the same length on both sides, especially the left one!
Women drivers! Nick often says I drive better than he does (and he had police training), well he would have to say that wouldn't he Anyone who thinks a little female person driving a nondescript green VW Golf GTI in our area may be overlooked, are completely wrong. I stick to the rules but by golly I can play by the rules too - and my car can go 30 to 50 to 70 far quicker than most men can think - those tail gaiters are left standing! And I won't start on about men and their parking!
As a female non driver I can't take offence and to be quite honest I'm still trying to figure out
what I'm looking at here!
nice rusty lead in !
don't hold back now Carole say what you mean lol ....looks like rouge builders have been at it again Mick a good find and good to see you back on track
Good to see the rust's back, Mick I wonder how they squeezed their trucks through that narrow door...
I'm surprised H and S allowed that one Mick.
Treading on thin Ice with that comment Mick but a spot on mikbee image, love it.
Better watch out then I'm driving to Scotland in November!!!!!
Tracks to nowhere?
Intriguing construction Mick; well seen and taken!
Lots of lovely rust and great compo too. Nice to be back
I'm intrigued by those ramps going seemingly nowhere, especially as we need some to load a container soon.
But as you say, those are not driven to the collision, but to corrosion.
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