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[TODAY] Despite deaths, railway tracks still accessible
[TODAY] Despite deaths, railway tracks still accessible

            

[TODAY] Despite deaths, railway tracks still accessible
Description: 3 August 2010, TODAY Newspaper page 4.
Location Bridge No. 1861, Bukit Timah, Singapore (Newspaper article)
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Date: 03.08.2010 12:01
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Angsa3212
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Join Date: 28.01.2008
Comments: 3869
Hmm...

If public adhere to such rules, fences won't be needed to refrain intrusion into railway properties. It's just a matter of having a good judgment that's not against of your better sense. In some landscape, fences only spoilt the beauty of surroundings.
03.08.2010 14:13 Offline Angsa3212
coupler
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Join Date: 02.10.2007
Comments: 0
Nevermind..

Soon train will stop at Woodland...
03.08.2010 17:33 Offline coupler
interception_7
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Join Date: 19.11.2009
Comments: 0
Haha

Straits Times reporter called me before asking if fences are a feasible idea.
04.08.2010 14:01 Offline interception_7
bagus70
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Join Date: 26.05.2004
Comments: 0
Disorder in Singapore?

I didn't know if such disorder exist in Singapore too...
20.08.2010 15:07 Offline bagus70
Angsa3212
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Join Date: 28.01.2008
Comments: 3869
Yap...

Such menace also happen in the developed country of Singapore.
20.08.2010 15:56 Offline Angsa3212



 

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