saw this on campus at the engineering building of all places.
does anyone know what the “U” and “D” buttons are for?
Ok seriously, Up and Down?
Uh, Up and Down?
Yeah, surely it must be Up and Down. The clincher is the switch in between the buttons: auto (presumably the normal mode of operations, where you push a button for the floor you want) and hand (where you move the lift around with the U and D buttons).
speaking of elevators….has anyone ever ridden the middle elavator in the Nichols Building….the elevator lady is an absolute gem! Has a wall of happy pics…..gorgeous!
Go say hey!
ahh, the old faithful engineering lifts. i was sure it was them before i read the text. out of curiosity, where’s the Nichols Building?
Im pretty sure Nichols Building is the one that houses Retrostar vintage clothing, off the corner of Swanston and Flinders. There’re 3 lifts that’re incredibly anachronistic in this era. They’re only serviceable with a lift person and each lift has a distinct personality.
I could be wrong, but i’m pretty sure that’s the one.
yup that’s the one…..you have to walk past the stench of subway….into the arcade where alice and genki live
I’m pretty sure there are only two attendants out of the 3 lifts
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