Good point, being opposite it makes it almost impossible to pump/carve around them.
I agree, it's almost like you read my mind. ahem.
Surely they must be there due to fire regs or ventilation or something meaning the existing doors can't be totally covered up. One I could understand but nobody would put two in unless they had to. Not that it makes much difference to me, it's not like I'd be blasting out of the hip into smiths on the pool coping anyway.
For starters: I notice the absence of a hi-vis vest on the human being in the right half of the picture. Which makes me think. Who is that man who so blatantly disregards his H&S obligations?
Don't even get me started on how the shadows are cast.
The miniramp looks very good indeed.
It's essentially the much-missed BaySixty6 long mini, but in concrete and with a gap in the middle on one side for a doorway.
That was pretty much the most popular feature of Bay, pre-rebuild, judging by how packed it got with 10-year-olds during the school holidays
I think trying to make any connection to this and LLSB is kind of pointless, I don't think they're remotely connected or will have any effect on each other.
As for the comment of the bowl not being very accessible to kids…………Southbank's just down the road, they can skate there!
Different sort of thing to South Bank.
If you like South Bank you probably won't like this.
And if you like this, South Bank's probably not for you.
There's room for both in skateboarding.
That is like saying if you like Public Enemy you wouldn't like The Smith, not true.
Some people like both.
But in general you're either a Public Enemy sort of person or a Smiths sort of person.
And in general you're either a South Bank sort of skater or a House of Vans sort.
Me, I lean towards House of Vans, looking at the pictures.
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