Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Asphalt Paver

Asphalt Paver
I can't remember how much work has been done do the commuter station in Tungelsta over the last decade, but it is a lot. And I have been trying my best to document that and other rail-road-related work in a photo album called Nynäsbanan, which is the name of the railway line between Stockholm and Nynäshamn. But it now looks like they are finishing up here. Took this photo a few days ago when the workers were busy paving the road in front of the station, and also fixing a new parking area. So if you enjoy construction photos have a look at the Nynäsbanan slideshow.


Mersad said...

Nice to see the work in progress

Mersad Donko Photography

Sharon Anck said...

Your photo reminded me of the time I took my dad to London about 17 years ago. We were walking along a street and I was talking to dad when I turned and he wasn't there. I turned around and found him back a way talking to the workmen who were paving a street. Dad was fascinated by the way they were doing their work so he stopped to talk to them about it. Thanks for jarring that fond memory!

William Kendall said...

I can just imagine the noise- and the smell of the asphalt.

Lasse Jansson said...

Asfalteringsarbete måste vara för de värmetåligare i människosläktet. Inget för mig med andra ord. Rimligtvis borde sträckningen från Stockholm till Nynäshamn föra med sig många resenärer, åtminstone vår- och sommarmånaderna, med tanke på Gotlandstrafiken och turistströmmarna till ön. Det ständiga putsandet på stationen i Tungelsta kan jag däremot inte bygga några teorier kring :-)