Minato ku 631 Posted January 19, 2013 Author Share #51 Posted January 19, 2013 The subway in Kiev is typically in Soviet style like Moscow or Saint Petersburg metro. OMG, old station, reminds me of entrance to WC This sign is original from 2nd war? Or just copy of it? Most of Paris was built during before the second world war. I don't know if the sign is original or not, it could be. By passengers? Who is nambavan? Basically, this is the number of people who pass the turnstiles at the entrance. I precise that it is the number of entries because the numbers in some networks (London by example) also includes the exits. This also means that transfer between different metro lines is not included in this number. Who is nambavan ? ______________________________________________________ Musée de Sèvres The central part of tram line T2 is a former suburban railway line that was in service until 1993. It was the last suburban railway line of Paris with a third rail. the line was not very attractive had bad connection, low frequencies and a low ridership. This line stopped 500m before the big commuter hub of la Défense at Puteaux station. In 1997 the T2 opened instead of the old railway line, providing better connection, services and frequencies. The line has been extended twice since the opening in 1997. In 2009 and 2012. Musée de Sèvres is next to Seine river. The station provides interchance withe the metro line 9 (Pont de Sèvres) and many bus lines at the other side of the river. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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