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Transparent Scaffolding for Sightseers

Build scaffolding with clear PVC pipes.
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On vacation, I have often come across the main attraction completely obstructed by scaffolding, as necessary maintenance is being done. There has been scaffolding on Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, Cinderella's Castle, etc. at the time I have been there to view them. I propose that the scaffolding should be built using clear PVC pipes, and any tarps be replaced with clear plastic sheeting. This would allow better viewing of the attraction. Perhaps, for after dark, when the workers are not there, strings of Christmas lights inside the pipes could be lit to add another aspect. I'd suggest neon, but I don't know whether it would work in plastic pipes.
TeaTotal, Jun 09 2005


       You would still gets lots of viewing distortion.
10clock, Jun 10 2005

       Like your thinking grandma! Bun!
zeno, Jun 10 2005

       How about transparent waterpipes. Would look nice.   

       I think I'm in the wrong room.   

       *turns and runs*
kuupuuluu, Jun 10 2005

       Perhaps we're going at this from the wrong direction. What we need is walking surfaces held up by thin string.
Worldgineer, Jun 10 2005

       "Are those Bugle Boy jeans you're wearing?"
"Why, yes ... yes they are."
"Thought so." *turns and runs*
reensure, Jun 10 2005

       strong glass? perspex? how did I miss this? excellent stuff.
po, Jun 23 2005

       I think pedestrians would be bumping into it all the time if it was at ground level, but further up it would be good, though i imagine it would get dirty quite quickly.
nineteenthly, Jun 23 2005


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