Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Will The Railway Tracks Remain?

I photographed construction work at the beginning of Emeq Refaim St. here in Jerusalem where they are redoing the railway station but at the location where the tracks came to an end.

From the north looking south (towards Baqka/Talpiot)

From the south looking north (towards town).
Will the railway tracks remain, as testimony to a long-ago era?
And look at the spelling in this nearby sign:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In scandinavia people think jews have a very strange face, especially the nose is very bad-looking,kinda scythe-like they say, . They call it " Ful nasa". the word "ful" is pronounced like the english word "fuel". i kind of feel sorry for them, but maybe its the testosterone.. i´ve heard it increases the tissues inside the nose, especially bone mass.
It´s intresting to note that the hebrew work "nasa" can mean both "to marry" and "to lift" and "to desire" among many other verbs..