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Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' started by mjt57, Jun 14, 2006.
I hear a rumor that the Yellow Brick Road concept is to be revived in metro Melbourne...
At this stage it appears that there is to be an extension of the Tram fairway raised barriers in Royal Parade.
A pamphlet just came in about it...
WTF? They legalising acid at long last? Wooohooooo
Yellow brick road?
someone explain this please.
Back in the 80s they installed these yellow "bricks" to delineate the fairway system for trams. Purpose - to warn motorists as they veered onto the tram tracks.
They're reintroducing something similar, as described by Tony's note above.
well there was this girl call dority right ... who had a puppy with a tin man and a scarecrow and it was directed my quinten tarinteno... Its a slasher flick... the wizard of oz...
yellow bricks have recently been installed on bridge rd richmond. they look like rubber and can be driven over in a cage with some care, but not on a bike unless at right angles and slow
bast@rds of things.