Thursday, January 17, 2013

The benefits of working outdoors

The benefits of working outdoors If you know any real benefits, please, let me know! These guys were busy fixing a fence at the new noise barrier that was built near the commuter station in Tungelsta last year.

10 comments:

s.c said...

Nice catch but bad time for such outdoor work.

JM said...

I know that someone has to do it but... poor guys!

Krille said...

Did they ruin your personal shortcut now Steffe ;-)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I think they should have asked their boss if this job could have waited until Spring.

Stefan Jansson said...

Ha ha, I do enjoy living dangerously every now and then, and I have crossed the rail-track here hundreds of times, but that was when there was a crossing here.

Peter said...

A shortcut across the rail line ... sounds deadly. Hopefully that was there only jobs for the day. Rest of the day back in the depot playing cards.

Jack said...

That looks like an absolutely miserable job to have to do on a day like that!

Stefan Jansson said...

There was a fatal accident here last year, one of the workers were actually killed when he was hit by the commuter train. I arrived just a few minutes after the accident. Now with the noise barrier in place, and with the extra fence that sort of accident will never happen again.

RedPat said...

Wow!

Linda said...

Oh my, that looks so COLD! I like the color accents in this image.