Inside the train(s)

inside train

9 March 08

Above photo is inside the Wiener Linien, the city train transportation system. I was sitting in the special area for those in the identifying stickers. Well, I have my son's stroller and I can also have him sit on my lap in case he cries. This is also the area for the bicycles. By the door is a sticker photo of a stroller, on other doors (3 wagons, each has 3 doors) are bicycle stickers but just the same, those 3 areas by the door are for strollers and bikes.

Below is the inside of the ÖBB Schnellbahn line (new trains), they have bigger capacity than the wagon above being that of a national railway system.

shc

25 February 08

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17 comments

  1. I think I recognize that passenger. :)

    I'll never tire of looking at photos of your great transit system.

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  2. Among the three Fenix, he is always the one who'd say; 'mom, take your camera out and make a photo of me!'

    Next time I'd show you the not so nice side of them =D

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  3. Back on the train, are we -:) ? Those look really new and clean!

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  4. When the trains are at the endstation, there are regular cleaners who'd come inside and pick up the trash Chuck...they have big sacks with them always...

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  5. Beautiful train
    colored whitout tags
    cheer

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  6. All I here when I see these pictures is: Naechstehaltestelle: Schwedenplatz! Umsteige moeglichkeit... There was a time when I had all of the subway lines and their transfer points memorized.

    Cool pictures, as usual!

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  7. Thanks Bergson, may not always be as clean as in the picture =)

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  8. Lol Janet, you still remember! but I think they changed a bit now, Nächste halt: Schwedenplatz - U1, U4...and continues with the other lines, and since the addition of 6 lines from Kagran to Leopoldau (since 2006), they added: 'ausgang: links!'- really cool!

    The U2 is also being constructed and will be finished this year in time for the EUFA football.

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  9. Wow! Clean and well organized!

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  10. Oh wow. Your photos are crisp, neat and well done. I like them very much. I also enjoyed reading about the coaches where you live. I liked learning that from your blog today.

    Now, you might like to travel to Ohio to see my blog and me wearing a blog wig. A kind of fun time we had on my granddaughter's birthday.

    Brookville Daily Photo.

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  11. When no passengers, could be this clean Sidney, but when full...messy too!

    Thanks Abe Lincoln! I'd drop by for sure!

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  12. The interior of that train sure looks very clean and comfortable. I'm pretty certain that that cute, little gentleman in the photo enjoyed the ride. :)

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  13. He did (Panaderos), he's always happy to travel around =D

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  14. Interesting all those different kinds of chairs. It's the same here: cloth or plastic, but no wood any more.

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  15. Those are the cutest kids.


    Great trains
    Dreaming about a day in Manila when we would have anything that clean anywhere ...

    dagul

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  16. The Mrt used to be clean (I left in 2002), last time I was back in 2005 it was still ok...what happened Dagul?

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  17. April: I was thinking the new chairs could either be plastic or leather, now I'm not sure. The trams in Nürnberg are very similar to the trams here except for the seat arrangements were there are some facing the door. But there are lots of familiarity in Germany and Austria's transportation I guess...=)

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