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|This is the new world's largest building. The new Terminal 3 at the airport in Beijing is twice the size of the Pentagon.|
Adorned in the colors of imperial China, with a roof that evokes the scales of a dragon, the massive glass- and steel-sheathed structure, designed by the British architect Norman Foster, cost $3.8 billion and can handle more than 50 million passengers a year.<...
|This is the Hoboken train and ferry terminal. If you look closely, you'll see all the trains lined up. The trains run all over NJ and the terminal also houses the PATH trains to and from NYC, Newark, Jersey City and Harrison. |
The ferry boats used to run across the Hudson to the World Train Center area, but I am not sure if they do since 9/11. The terminal is quite old, and the facade is...
|This building was designed by the danish architect Vilhelm Lauritzen and was build between 1937-39 and was in use from 1939 to 1960 when the new terminal 2 was opened. It was the first terminal in Copenhagen Airport.|
1999 it was moved to the new place because it was too small as terminal for the expanding airport.
The building is listed as historic building.
|Main bus and ferry terminal & car parking for visitors||11/18/2005||365|
|Istanbul's mammoth Büyük Otogar (Main Bus Terminal) serves all of Turkey, plus Greece, Bulgaria and the Balkans, and central Europe.|
This International Istanbul Intercity Bus Terminal (Uluslararasi Istanbul Otogari), as it's formally named, is 10 km (6 miles) northwest of Sultanahmet Square in the district of Bayrampasa, near the district of Esenler.
|This car terminal is capable of handling 300,000 cars a year. Look at all those cars. Also, a car transport ship is currently docked.||12/13/2006||417|
|Road terminal of bus of La Paz - Bolivia||09/23/2005||542|
|A Tercat, probably a main Spanish shipping company, terminal in Barcelona, Spain.||03/05/2007||338|
|A tanker is pushed by 4 tugs to the oil terminal Odessa.||04/22/2007||387|
|Strange shaped central Bus-Terminal in Hamburg-City.||08/27/2005||468|
|Vancouver's Deltaport transload facility is a 160-acre man-made island, where cargo containers are exchanged between ship, road, and rail. Coal arrives by train for transfer to ships as well. There is also a large ferry terminal just 1.5 miles to the east.||05/28/2006||292|