The Kingsway Tramway Subway is a cut-and-cover tunnel in central London that was built to connect its so-called "North Side" and "South Side" tramway systems. It opened in 1906 and services ran until trams in London were finally abandoned in 1952. It has since been used for storage, while the southern end of the subway is now used for road traffic from Waterloo Bridge. The open cutting on t...
A color coded version of firstname.lastname@example.org's listing of all the Brookly Subway stops. Color coded according to the NYC Subway map. All lines are set to different folders, so you can easily view which lines you want.
The Tower Subway's chief claim to fame is that it is the world's first tube railway, that is, an underground railway constructed in a tube rather than in a brick tunnel. It consists of an iron tube, 7 feet in diameter and about 1235 feet in length, laid some 18 feet below the bed of the Thames. It was opened for tramway traffic on the 12th April 1870, but due to mechanical failures the tram c...
The Danish Tramway Museum is a museum placed in Jystrup, Denmark, between Ringsted and Hvalsø. It is close to the estate Skjoldenæsholm and it often referred to as The Tramway Museum of Skjoldenæsholm.
The museum opened on May 26, 1978 and is today driven by Sporvejshistorisk Selskab. The exhibition contains numerous busses, trams, locomotives, and other materials concerning publ...
Two Roman theatres sit atop the Fourvière Hill in Lyon. The larger one is the most ancient such structure in France and was built by order of Augustus from 17 B.C. to 15 B.C. It was later expanded during the reign of Hadrian. Nearly 110 meters wide, the theatre could seat 10,000 people. It is still used for concerts during the summer.
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