Travel Photography Photos tagged as metro
In this shot we took over the River Seine you can see the Viaduc d'Austerlitz bridge with a Metro train passing over it, providing a great view for anyone using it as well people looking towards the bridge. You may also like www.eutouring.com/images_viaduc_d_austerlitz.html
Some stations in Paris and provide ways to access both the Metro line as well as the RER Trains which run through the city, this photo showing two screens for the next RER train.
Some of the larger Metro stations in Paris have snack points available, allowing you to buy affordable food such as croissants, food or even a drink rather than trying to find a cafe along a street.
In this photo you can see some cafes which are found near to the Trocadero Metro station which make for a great place to stop at and relax whether you just arrives or going to leave the area.
A photo taken from the bank of the River Seine you can see the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge in Paris, showing the two tier bridge which has a Metro going over the top with a road and foot path beneath it, as well as many houseboats along the river's edge.
In this photo that was taken after the passengers had left from the metro train you can see just how empty and quiet the train seemed, which is unusual for a capital city such as Paris.
Photo of people waiting for the train to arrive while at the Bir-Hakeim Metro station which is above ground in Paris.
Here you can see the Charles Michels Metro stop in Paris, with the metro sign on a lamppost with steps leading down the metro station, and a map near them to give information about the lines and metro.
Sign describing the rules of Women Only cars in the subway.
In a subway station.
Entrance to a subway station.
Vienna - Karlsplatz
... at it's best. Rush hours are packed to the brim!
O Metro de Barcelona é uma rede extensa, de uma eficiência, frequência e pontualidade sem mácula. No entanto, tirando a Estação da foto e mais uma dúzia delas, não espere as obras de arte que encontra em Lisboa. Mais info: http://www.tmb.cat/es/linies-de-metro
The Metro, like its counterpart in London...is fantastic. Buskers regularly hop on and entertain you....and also a few weirdos too... but the trains run on time and swapping lines is relatively easy once you get the hang of it
This is my favorite metro station in Paris. Every tile on the wall represents a letter. I simply feels like a giant crossword puzzle. :) This is a picture I took with my old chinese seagull 4a middle format twin lens reflex camera. I didn´t had a tripod with me and used an Iso 100 film, so the picture is not the sharpest. Sorry for that...
Guimard's art nouveau entrance