Warsaw is home of one of the newest metro systems in the world. It opened in 1995 , and has expanded it’s one line ever since, currently the system has 21 stations on it’s single line. Out of the 40 trains running (in the entire system), 15 consist of the older Russian-produced cars, 7 of the newer Russian-produced cars and 18 of Alstom-produced cars. The Russian and Alstom carriages are incompatible and cannot be used in the same train. Personally, we prefer the older Russian model.
This is one of the most bizarre graffiti photos we’ve have seen in a while. Peep the little kid standing on the 3rd Rail!
We found this photo randomly online today. This was the last freight painted by Heist (who passed away in 2005). Though stamped and re-labeled, it’s good to see it is still rolling around.
Berlin is a city with a lot of history. The same goes with the graffiti scene, for years the graffiti writers ran a muck on this system. In recent years there has been a crack down on the graffiti on the U-Bahn. With an intense vandal squad and new technologies most writers have changed their focus to the S-Bahn (Surface Train) which is a very appealing model…