Thursday, November 18, 2021

Travelog: Moscow's Oldest Tram Stop

Here is Moscow's oldest tram (or street car) stop pavilion somewhere in the north of Moscow.

It is now famous for being the oldest tram stop structure in Moscow - installed in its present cast-iron from in 1936 - although this tram stop has existed since 1890, that is, long before the reign of the current idiot mayor of Moscow mr. Sobianin.

The pavilion has a central section for waiting passengers and houses a coffee shop and a fruit and vegetable store.

More info on the history of the pavilion and its renovation (in Russian) is accessible via the links supplied.

Fruit and vegetable store in one wing.

Sunday, November 7, 2021

Mumbai Daily: Work horse

Mumbai Daily: Work horse: The trustworthy old Atlas cycle, a workhorse that serves its rider well. To view classic monochromes from around the world or to participate...