Sunday, 6 April 2014

e pericoloso sporgersi

On board the Paris to Avignon TGV train yesterday. "Issue de Secours" means Safety Exit.
A bord du TGV Paris-Avignon hier soir.

9 comments:

Nathalie Beaumes said...

You will have guessed that the reason why I didn't post for several days was that I was in Paris, a bit too busy with other things. Came back Saturday night, hence this post.

William Kendall said...

Any time in Paris is good time well spent!

Bob Crowe said...

Brilliant. I expect to travel that route later this year and I would never have noticed something like this.

As an American, I like the idea that the safety exit leads you into the French countryside.

Olivier said...

avec une belle lumiere

chri said...

Que le secours puisse venir de la lumière est une bonne chose.

Stuart said...

Like the glow of the olive oil bubbles from your earlier post.

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It's a very melancholic picture.
Are you looking for an outlet ?

Here commes the sun.

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Tanya Breese said...

oh this is great!

Linda said...

I remember the other languages on the notice under the windows in the old, green carriages that used to be on the route south from Lyon: 'nicht hinauslehnen', 'ne pas se pencher dehors' and 'do not lean out of the window'. You could wind down the window, I think, which was very welcome in the absence of air con in the summer.

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