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Background: The train toilet can form a barrier for those wishing to travel by train as it is perceived as being dirty, and therefore its use as being unpleasant. In addition, Dutch train toilet users have the additional issue of storing their hand luggage in the toilet's confined spaceOBJECTIVE:In this article, we examine the issue of Dutch trave...

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... the two questions on hand luggage used in the questionnaire, we learned that hand luggage is an issue for travellers using the train toilet. In the observational research, we focused on the aspects of carrying hand luggage into the train toilet, and what travellers did with it when using the toilet, see figure 1. We approached 3960 panellists from the NS panel (http://nspanel.nl) ...
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... 11 observations, participants already took their own backpack, coat and/or bag with them to the toilet, although this had not been specifically requested. We conducted nine observational studies in the small train toilet, and 13 in the large one; see figure 14; table hand luggage, section 3.2. ...
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... this hook 2 is more recognisable as a hook, (figures 5 and 15) compared to the standard hook depicted in figure 16 [8 p147]. However, hook 1, (figures 4 and 5) with a flat surface was specially designed for this type of train, to reduce the chance that the hook could wound train passengers if they were thrown off balance by the train's movement. ...
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... participants' favourite place to store their hand luggage was their own body, in particular, their coats and rucksacks (19 times, fig 7, and fig 14, (table hand luggage). This is logical as both coats and rucksacks are designed to be worn. ...

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