Chains and Locks

February 18, 2013 § 3 Comments

Seen at train stations in New Brunswick, Trenton, and Camden today. Judging by this sample, I’d say padlocks are about 50% effective at keeping your things from being stolen and/or broken in to at train stations.

Probably best to not keep your things at train stations in New Jersey.

Lock at New Brunswick Train Station

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These two were locking a gate that you could walk around.

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Hanging padlock. Just in case you need something to hit zombies with.

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Many locks and no bikes in Trenton.

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Attached to a trash can.

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