Kuala Lumpur Monorail - a Photo
Page ten of thirteen
another Monorail Society
The entire alphabet was being added to this stretch
of pylons through downtown while we visited, part of another advertising
deal. Letters were fabricated at the MTrans manufacturing plant.
I took unofficial ownership of this pylon.
photograph by David M. Ice
Some might be consider this overkill; advertising on pylon
covers, station sponsorships, train sponsorships, and suspended
Monorail noise is not a factor at all. Trains are quiet
as most monorails are. However, KL motor bikes are different story.
It's raining, but that doesn't slow down the monorail
from speeding along the tree-lined route.
Yep, that's rain. On the right is a hill that I climbed
carefully several times to shoot video, photographs and Quicktime
panoramas (see our Panorama Pages for
several Malaysia panoramas).
Bukit Nanas Station, as seen from the previously-mentioned
hill. Let's see, would I want to be in a car stuck in that traffic,
or speeding above in an air-conditioned monorail?
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