I’ve already posted this photo of the votive candle vending machine outside an Innsbruck cemetery,

 and this sign for the Milkomat (“fresh milk direct from the farm”)

but this one is also pretty useful — outside a bicycle shop, offering replacement inner tubes of various sizes — if you need one and the shop is closed.

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5 Responses to >Automats

  1. >der Milkomat, steht der nicht in Igls, auf der rechten Seite, wenn man zum Patscherkofel rauffährt? Der kommt mir so bekannt vor.

  2. Marcellina says:

    >Ach, ich kann mich nicht mehr erinnern! Es gibt einen dort, aber, ob ich in Igls war, oder in Pradl, oder woanders, weiß ich nicht mehr.

  3. Marcellina says:

    >UPDATE: I looked at other photos from the same day, and I think this must have been taken in Hötting. But the one in Igls probably looks like this too.

  4. Becca says:

    >I love the vending machines in Japan, too. I swear they sell everything from shoes to fans. My favorite, though is actually fairly normal, a soda vending machine..(.you are expected to drink the soda standing right there). My favorite part about it? The name of the soda…"Pocari Sweat"….a popular sports drink.

  5. Marcellina says:

    >"Pocari Sweat"Agck!

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