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|Rodoviária do Tietê (Tiete Bus Centre). One of main bus centre in brazilian south east||08/31/2005||373|
|a 1963 Swiss built tram connecting Palm Springs at Chino Canyon and Mount San Jacinto|
|The Bilbao subway or metro was opened in 1995, after 6 years of works. It's a state of the art subway, designed by Sir Norman Foster, with huge round concrete and crystal covered stations.||08/31/2005||482|
|Site of the former maintenance works for heavy repair "AW München-Freimann" of DB. Now used as industrial area.||08/30/2005||342|
|Site of DB Systemtechnik München, the research centre of DB.|
On the North-East-edge of the are you can see a class 120.0-loco, one of the prototypes of this type.
On the track south of it can be seen a class 103 in TEE-livery.
The other vehicles, especially the ones with the white roofs, are mainly measurement coaches.
|The maintenance works for ICE-Trains of DB at Munich.|
Beneath the ICE works you can see the locos of the maintenance shop "Bh München West"
|View of München Hauptbahnhof.|
In the nothern part of the station, 4 "Integral"-trains of the privat BOB (Bayerische Oberland-Bahn) are visible.
|The maintenance Shops "Betriebshof Nord" and "Betriebsanlage Süd" of Munich U-Bahn.|
Many trains visible.
|The railway station of Montparnasse in front of the same-named tower. The TGV (Train a Grande Vitesse == > the fastest train in France) brings you from Paris to Bordeaux in 2 hours 30 minutes... maximum speed: 300 km/hour.||08/30/2005||405|
|The Gare do Oriente, one of the workmanships most emblematic of the Expo-98 and that it started to be one of the reasons of pride of the modern architecture built in Portugal||08/29/2005||739|
|Strange shaped central Bus-Terminal in Hamburg-City.||08/27/2005||464|
|This is the beginning of the cog railway up to Pikes Peak, CO. Tallest one in the world, at one stage the train is on such an angle that the top and the bottom of the train is equivalent in height to a three story building (don't stand up!)|
You can see "two" trains here as they actually go up as separate carriages.
|Picture of the Terminus Station "Hyde St and Beach St" of the San Franciso Cable Car|
including a turntable
|The Railway Station is an important symbol of Helsinki, as well as an internationally renowned pearl of architecture. The building dates from 1914, and represents late Finnish Art Nouveau. It is the main work of famous architect Eliel Saarinen.||08/24/2005||376|
|The former elevated train, the High Line, used to run on the West Side of Manhattan. Remains of it are still clearly visible, especially with GE. At the marked spot the High Line ran through a warehouse on 15th and 10th Ave. The opening through the building has since closed but it still makes for an interesting sight. New York, New York.||08/24/2005||1,491|
|Last station of Cable Car||08/24/2005||298|
|State Railway of Thailand||08/23/2005||490|
|For travelling to eastern Thailand.||08/23/2005||454|
|For travelling to northern and north-eastern Thailand.||08/23/2005||484|
|!Update of the formerly uploaded file; now containing all stations!|
Marking of all stops of Munich's S-Bahn-network (S-Bahn München)
All lines can be displayed at once or each line seperatedly.
Heinz Steiner, 22.08.2005
|Light Station Complex - Complexo da Estacao da Luz - the most important public subway system - Sao Paulo.|
1) Light Station (Estacao da Luz) - One of the Oldest Train Stations in Sao Paulo.
2) Julio Prestes Station (Estacao Julio Prestes)
3) Light Subway Station (A Modern subway station)
4) Light Park (Parque da Luz)
|One of three train stations in Casablanca.||08/22/2005||447|
|A large train station in Casablanca with connections to Rabat, Fes, Tanger, and Marakesh.||08/22/2005||408|
|Full Map of Moscow Subway - one of the largest subway systems in the world.|
Here are some of the facts:
Total length: 276.1 km
Number of stations: 170
The longest line: 41.5 km
The longest tunnel: 44 km
Number of escalators: 582
The longest escalator: 126 m
Average number of passengers (daily): more than 9 million