Friday, 11 May 2007

Unthinkable matter-of-fact: Under ground

Recently I realized I haven't post any picture of Moscow Metro yet while it's the major type of public transportation within the city. In fact, this is the only way to get to any spot relatively fast during rush-hours, unless your destination is in a walk distance. I have to cross Moscow (which means to cover 50km through extremely busy streets) twice a day, as well as millions other residents and visitors, so metro is vitally important to Moscow, literally.
Some facts: Moscow metro was open in 1935, now it consists of 12 lines and over 190 stations (including connections). More information can found here.

Previous photos of 'Unthinkable matter-of-fact' series: Street, Road Signs, Phonebooth.


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