Signs on a platform (for example of an underground)?
Signs to the restrooms?
Yes - the correct procedure when a train stops for the people on the train to move straight out and the people waiting to get onto the train to stand on the side allowing easy passage. Regretably it is NOT observed, especially by the younger generation!Colin (HB)
Other than confusing, you mean? I am assuming that Colin is in the know. That would never work here in Sydney. But mostly people do wait to the sides in the underground. Not so with buses, but I think with buses one is supposed to enter from the front and alight from the back. I must admit to not doing that.
Steffen and Colin are right. These signs are painted on city railway stations where the train doors stop. You clever lot!
This is a pictorial representation of Julia's phrase "moving forward".
il faut vraiment savoir ou on va... ;O)
I didn't understand the sign. Last night, I went to an Engineer's dinner. They had a TV guy who spoke about enginneering feats.The only submarine built here was by an Australia. called the Platypus.
Cute answer, Bruce.