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Judged by the design of these stairs, I have to agree :-)
Yes, and a mighty good one he was...:) :)
And so we learn another thing :-) Thanks SMor2Ditto.I take it that was the architect.
Arthur C. Erickson 1980....
never been down much of a slope. I don't go to dangerous places, once when somebody was pushing me they were talking and pushed my wheels over the edge of the pavement, tipping me out on the road. Now we stay by the walls. It also cured me of going to the fresh fish shop which is on the side of the docks, no way are they taking me there!
Go go Karl :-) Thought you named him 'Herbie' and had a huge 53 painted on the sides, June :-)She just shifts into reverse, PJ... lots easier :-)
Hi June with my late hubby I always walked backward when we had to go down. Maybe that's a hint for your motor. lol
got one his name is Karl
Just lean over in the curves, Juneshone... vroooaaaam vroooaaaaaam...Downhill is easy, but uphill you need an engine ... I think
this is great, I hate going downhill in my wheelchair incase they just get fed up with me and let go lol. this looks a lot safer
Indeed it's beautiful and functional, Smllpkg :-)I had no idea where it was, Cevas, so thanks for the additional information.You're right in your comment, PJ and ... you're welcome :-)
Star, thanks for this nice post.
Here they thought about. This is great. Builders may take this for example. Mostly they put invalids away, somewhere in a corner. Cathy compliments to the Vancouver builders.
Very nice picture! Thank you Starlord. These stairs are at Robson Square in Vancouver! I was there on Sunday but I didn't think to take a picture of the stairs!!
Beauty and function! That's what architecture is all about. This is great!
Good morning Pk... :-)Smart architect who designed this, SMor2Ditto :-)
Definitely stairs.... Built in ramp... Very clever... Thanks, starlord.... :) :)
Love the design.. very unusual.... Good morning Sir Starlord
@ Sissel: there's an elevator just around the corner. I'll use that to go up and down for half an hour :-)@ Bentley: it is for wheelchairs indeed. I think it's a great example of modern architecture.
Amazing steps, i would rather go up the ramp. Is it for wheelchairs? How thoughtful:-))
Just use ½ hour running up and down every day - no weightproblems!! :-)