We started with the Linkoping Station.
Where the trains went to and fro busily:
where the amount of lumber being transported on one train was awe-inspiring:
PC ( Prashanth Chengi) was getting ready to click, too!
This sculpture looked as if Casper the Friendly Ghost and his friends were having a picnic there:
Here;s PC with the station in the background:
I clicked this
EURASIAN TREE SPARROW:
But that was when the (European, not Eurasian!) buildings caught my eye:
this is not a black-and-white photo!
The same place, later in the dusk:
Some smaller touches were lovely, too:
What does this design mean?
I don’t know the story behind this statue:
I wish telephone manhole covers were always this interesting!
Sometimes, the best fashion is no fashion at all:
Magnet Madrass? 😀
this funeral parlor was right next to the Income Tax office!
I agree, bingo can be rotten, especially when you have ONE number left and everyone gets all the prizes before you:
Cobblestones are quaint, but they ruined the wheels on one of my suitcases!
Dusk falls only by about 10.30 pm:
Prashanth treated me to dinner at “Yogi”:
He had prawn Biryani, but the thought of the bill was apparently enough to prevent him from smiling:
But he smiled when I reminded him that we were celebrating his successful completion of both Halv-vattern (150 km) and the full Vatternrundan (300 km) on successive weekends!
We walked past this lovely seat on our way home: