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I remember the Paternoster in the Drake Bulldogs Dilly Dilly Shirt at Sheffield Uni with fond memories. After the first couple of goes it is really easy to use. Years later I went back with my son for a uni open day. I discovered using it was like riding a bike and unlike everyone else who were gathered around staring at it or using the stairs I just stepped on with confidence. The rest of my family got left behind. All you gotmto do is look at Ukraine to see that today.
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Seen and been in it, at either Northwick Park or Middlesex Hospital around 1982 when a friend was ill, although I think it was supposed to be for medical staff only! A paternoster lift was in the new building called Physics Admin at the University of Leeds in the mid 70s. Hated it. Peterborough district hospital used to have one and yes you did feel as you were taking your life into your hands getting in and out! I was also going to mention that.
I used one of these lifts before, it could invite accidents and could cut a person in halves if one was too slow jumping on it out of the lift. 11 years working for a lift company and have never seen one! I bet it is reliable! Most call outs are because of door trouble. Yes they used to have one in Fairfax House in Bristol when I was a kid. Lots of years ago. Very scary and we had fun playing on it. The BAT-Hamburg building, a place I visited occasionally, had one of these.
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Pretty much the reason I went to Leeds uni rather than Sheffield as the thought of using that lift to get to the French dept terrified me!! you would need a standard elevator too for wheelchairs, push chairs and the elderly I would think!! for goodness sake BBC we were using these lifts in Fairfax House, Bristol in the late 60s and 70s, they are nothing new. they have one at essex uni, i remember fearing getting squashed if i didn’t get off before it went around.
They had one in Newcastle University in the early 70`s sadly some students lost their lives trying to go over the top. Working for decades in Stuttgart‘s town hall – used to be great fun for my children when they were younger. Yep, rode one in the 80s, they are still used in some older buildings, not suitable for smartphone zombies. I remember the one in Birmingham college of food I think. I used it once and it scared the life out of me.
I remember going in one at the dentist hospital in Birmingham in the early 90’s. It was such a scary experience. The challenge would be to get on pushing my mum in her wheelchair – a little bit tempted just for the rush! I used the one at Leicester alot. Once you got used to the Drake Bulldogs Dilly Dilly Shirt it was much quicker and easier than a conventional lift as you don’t have to wait ages for the next one! The library at Birmingham University had one when I was there.