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|Every Day (2003): 22 Tracks, 1.800 Trains, 350.000 Passengers||10/15/2006||485|
|Rome has just two underground lines (so far), so it didn't take much to make this...|
This kmz has Lines A (orange) and B (blue). Line C from Pantano (South East of the city) to Piazzale Clodio (North Western area of Rome, close to the stadium) is in the definitive project phase and works will start soon.
Another connection, Line B1, just five stops, from Piazza Bologna to Via dell...
|Terminais de anibus de São Paulo (Terminals of bus in the city of Sao Paulo)|
|One of the largest railway switch yards in the Netherlands. Dutch word is 'rangeerterrein'.|
|Kymlinge Station near Stockholm was begun to be build in the early 1970th as s station for the new visionary and modern Stockholm suburb city Kymlinge. But the plans fell apart and this platform was never compleeted. But the subway trains from Stockholm to Kista pass this ghost-station every day.|
Link with more details and photos:
|Here you see a ring transit shed for locomatives in Krefeld, Germany.||08/31/2006||325|
|Ahvaz's subway has 4 line. line 1 from melihafari to kianpars. line 2 from zergan to university. line 3 from kinan abad to kutabdola. line 4 from ba honar to khashayar||08/28/2006||634|
|From this Train Station it goes to everywhere in Germany||08/28/2006||250|
|I put together this collection of all the rail stations within the Atlanta public transit system's M.A.R.T.A. commuter railway. M.A.R.T.A. stands for "Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority", and has been a part of Atlanta for over 25 years now.|
With rail stations serving the city with North/South and East/West lines (running approximately parrallel with the cities major i...
|Nice Train Station||08/25/2006||261|
|The CFCO links Pointe-Noire to Brazzaville. This represents about 600 km across various landscapes and was 14-15 hours long when I used it in 1987-1990.||08/24/2006||3,596|
|This station is on the Niamey - Abidjan main line in Burkina Faso||08/24/2006||3,498|
|Trains at Weya Station - China||08/24/2006||242|
|If you zoom in, you can see the people, who pace up and down the platform. The sun makes the letters "Hauptbahnhof".||08/17/2006||309|
|One of the oldest Bus Stations in Ahmedabad||08/16/2006||1,249|
|The Ford Motor Company was Green Island's (upstate New York) largest employer from 1923, when Henry Ford opened a plant in Green Island, until 1988, when the plant closed.|
While rail service to this plant was furnished by the Delaware & Hudson Railroad, there was a connection to the Troy & Schenectady branch of the New York Central Railroad.
This is a pictorial "tr...
|KTX(Korea Train eXpress) station in busan, korea||08/04/2006||314|
|On this picture you can see a Parisian metro which is going to St Jacques Metro Station on a outside railtrack situated on the line 6.||08/03/2006||642|
|Here's the location of all passenger railway stations and the railway network in The Netherlands as in use 2005-2006. Stations are alphabetically ordered per province.|
For information in Dutch:
For all time table information in Dutch, English, German, French, Italian and Spanish go to the German site
|All train stations in all lines on Rio de Janeiro / Brazil|
Todas as estações de trem do Rio de Janeiro / BraSil
|Bus 111 runs between Amsterdam and Marken.|
All bus stops between Amsterdam and Marken are covered.
By pressing the 'play' button it is possible to follow the route from Amsterdam to Marken.
|The only railway in Mongolia (excluding a small spur that goes to Erdenet from the main rail line) is the Trans Mongolian Railroad. It crosses the Russian border south of Ulan-Ude (Russia) by lake Baikal and then goes to Ulan Bator and continues south to the Chinese border (Mongolian border town is Zamyn-Uud, Chinese border town is Erenhot and continues to on to Beijing. ||07/03/2006||1,109|
|This is the biggest Ahvaz train station||06/23/2006||401|
|The full list of all the stations for the 3 subway lines (red, green and yellow) and the "Passante ferroviario) Underground Railway.|
|The route will pass through remote areas of high intensity|
earthquakes, low temperature and atmospheric pressure.
Approximately 780 km (485 mi) of the line will be laid at
an elevation of 4,500-5,000 m (14,765-16,405 ft), with the
highest point reaching 5,072 m (16,641 ft) at the Dangla
(Ch: Tanggula) Mountain pass. At elevations in excess
of 4,000 m (1...