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These stairs are awesome. Thanks for posting these.
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That's really cool, does it double as a ramp for the handicapped?
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They are called Stramps and yes they double as stairs and a ramp. They are numerous examples of them.
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They are called Stramps and yes they double as stairs and a ramp. They are numerous examples of them.
Hmm, I'm surprised I've never heard of them. They are much more interesting than the average stairway/ramp combination you find at the entrances of most buildings.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/uk_news/...ion/762334.stm
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...ugh! come on guys... you're not following the format i tried hard to emphasize.

---> PICTURE (not massive)
---> BUILDING NAME
---> link to photo credit

and one per post. if we all stick to the format, we'll have an organized and clean thread that is easy to view. a post with random huge photos is just hard on the brain and lacks clarity.
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...ugh! come on guys... you're not following the format i tried hard to emphasize.

---> PICTURE (not massive)
---> BUILDING NAME
---> link to photo credit

and one per post. if we all stick to the format, we'll have an organized and clean thread that is easy to view. a post with random huge photos is just hard on the brain and lacks clarity.
UGH this isn't a pin-up, Adrian...

Besides, your tiny little pictures don't do justice to your content.
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