Things with Numbers

And another Pabuca topic…

That’s the other end of last week’s train. More specifically, it’s RE 4026 on railway route 900 on 18 Jan 20151 with the engine no. 101 050-3 currently advertising 50 years “jugend forscht” (youth research). Scheduled from Munich at 14:01, arrival in Nuremberg at 15:48 with 7 stops in between. Enough numbers? :)


I suppose when these containers are standing on the recycling yard and not somewhere in residential areas, the numbers – only use on workdays between 7.00 and 19.00 – aren’t meant that strict because the yard opens on some days until 20.00…


For whatever reason someone stuck this (girl?) shoe on the railing, shoes always have a number connected to them: their size.


  1. ca. 14:28, even though the EXIF data claims differently… []


  1. MM

    Echt schön die jeweils diagonale Ausrichtung in deinen Bildern.

    Langsam wundere ich mich ein wenig über verlorene Kleidungsstücke in Pfaffenhofen. Müssen wir uns Sorgen machen? Ich tippe mal auf so einen Opferkult, oder?

    • c

      Hmm, vielleicht jemand, der der Gemeinde, die hier die Altkleidersammelcontainer betreibt, diese nicht gönnen will?

  2. W

    Ist ja nur an 2 Glascontainern eine Zeitbegrenzung. Am dritten kann man 24 Stunden 7 Tage die Woche Glas reinwerfen. :mrgreen:

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