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If it’s stopped, it’s parked IV

Came round the corner in Baillieston to find this in my way:

It's stopped, it's empty, it's parked

It’s stopped, it’s empty, it’s parked

I’m guessing a works van, but nobody around doing anything, and it was after hours and the shops were shut.

Would have made more sense if it had been backed in, to unload from the rear doors. Side door maybe?

As it is, abandoned like that it looks even harder to get stuff out the back than if it was properly parked at the kerb.

Maybe the driver was tired, or in urgent need of a potty-break, and just couldn’t make it all the way from the kerb to the door – the pavement is admittedly quite wide there, so stopping like that got the door nearer the premises.

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August 5, 2013 - Posted by | Transport | , ,

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