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Photo #195232

[Image taken 16.6.23] Folk Hall, Hawthorn Terrace, New Earswick, York. [NOTE: No street view at this exact location.] What works for one form of non motorised user works for another. But both of us have had to lift our machines over the linking rails of this toastrack design. My cycle is just long enough to straddle them rather than rest on one or both and consequently be unstable. And what happens if there is insufficient parking - see: #195260? Using the space between the uprights means two cycle spaces have been taken. A mobility scooter, like recumbent cycles and child seats, has a large area that is difficult to dry in wet weather and would be very unpleasant to sit on/in when wet.

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