Howard, from Stokesley, took this photograph (left) at Grange-over-Sands station in October.
“Not content with advising the public not to travel by train and significantly reducing passenger capacity by social distancing measures, it appears that car parking capacity at stations is also being reduced by 50% by the application of social distancing to cars,” he observes.
“I was not aware that cars could catch COVID-19 if parked next to one another as in any normal car park.
“I have not seen this requirement at any other car park or heard about it in any of the public information pronouncements.
“Passengers parking or returning to their cars should be able to socially distance themselves without the need for further restriction or nannying by the rail company.
“Perhaps one just has to laugh at this nonsense or otherwise one could cry.”
Cheer up Colin: feast your eyes on a much brighter social distancing message (right).
Stop & Examine’s furry friend Felix (the TransPennine Express Senior Pest Controller at Huddersfield station) and her apprentice Bolt have been providing valuable advice.
While out and about on his latest All-Line Rover, Paul Bigland took this photograph at Huddersfield station, where the council has “found a new standard of measurement for social distancing. Station cats!”