Play: Sliding to Catch a Train 18 June, 2010 by Keith Lyons 2 Comments Last year I wrote a post about playfulness inspired by an installation at the Odenplan train station in Stockholm. Seven moths later I have found another delightful example of playfulness in a railway station. Volkswagen have set up a slide at Berlin’s U-Bahn station at Alexanderplatz. Just like the Odenplan piano the Alexanderplatz slide elicits the playfulness in travellers. I like the response of non-sliders to sliders! This is the 1 minute 42 second video: Photo Credit Same Place, Same People Like this:Like Loading... Related Author: Keith Lyons Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.