Categories Consumerism transport Spotted at a tram stop in Bourke Street: icicles (fake) Post author By Daniel Post date Tue 10 July 2012 5 Comments on Spotted at a tram stop in Bourke Street: icicles (fake) Fake icicles on this tram stop, to advertise Mount Buller. I wonder if anybody except me even noticed. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditLike Loading... Tags advertising, public transport, trams ← Shirts → Is this tram route map the wrong way round? 5 replies on “Spotted at a tram stop in Bourke Street: icicles (fake)” The tram stop outside Southern Cross Station is exactly the same – but there somebody has ripped the advertising off the tram network map, so they can find out where they are travelling to: http://railgallery.wongm.com/tram-infrastructure/E115_3417.jpg.html Loading... Daniel reminds me of the fake snow on the ground in outdoor scenes of Hogans Heros sitcom. Loading... With the freezing weather we’ve been having lately – are you sure they are fake icicles? Loading... Real icicles are usually longer than these. I used to snap them off of the gutter and eat them when I was a kid in Pennsylvania. Sometimes the fire dept has to be called to remove large icicles hanging dangerously from buildings where they could snap off and possibly injure or kill someone. Loading... the chick in the grey cardie looks cold. Loading... Comments are closed.