Cem Anos, Sem Acessibilidade.
One hundred years with out accessibility.
On Saturday July 30th at precisely 11.55am a commemorative train arrived at the Lagos station. This was part of a ceremony to celebrate one hundred years since the arrival of the Algarve regional train service in Lagos.
Onboard the train were local, regional, elected and public officials and journalists, who as they exited the train were greeted by onlookers and by accessibility advocate Constance Houck displaying a sign stating "Cem Anos, Sem Acessibilidade or One Hundred Years Without Accessibility.”