Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bangkok on rails

‘The mighty view of urban rail’ The picture above is not related to the story others than a contradistinction. This is Singapore and the way it’s perfectly shaped. A housing project with road and rail though the latter at the … Continue reading

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Pictures of a postcard (5)

‘The joy of collecting cards’ It was a brief encounter in the latest and for now last telling about Japan, first another travel and exploration one of the things that makes live enjoyable. The Kyoto Railway Museum situated at the … Continue reading

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A taste of Japan

‘The urban transportation’ A taste of living steam but only seen at the museum, the picture above was taken at the former Kyoto roundhouse with a large collection preserved steel horses and this one is running up and down a … Continue reading

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A taste of Japan

‘Tram or train that’s the question’ A train is a train and a tram a tram. The latter mostly runs in urban areas with the rail imbedded in the street surface but also on interurban lines with there own track. … Continue reading

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A taste of Japan

‘The trams of Hiroshima’ August 6th 1945 short before eight o’clock in the morning. A designed building by the Czech architect Jan Lentzel in 1915 and long serviced in promoting the local culture, only now there’s absolutely no time to … Continue reading

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