Normally I should not be posting today, but the 15th of each month is the day for the mid-month theme – “subways”, which I share with bloggers in NYC and Stockholm – and, as from this month, also Budapest. There is now no restriction concerning any more specific subject – the post must just relate to anything concerning “subways”. You can find today’s posts – and some other subway related posts – by using the following links:
(As I recently have changed blog, you can find my older subway posts under the following link: PHO.)
My only photo (exceptionally) today is from a very colourful metro station, Sèvres Babylon. Normally the tiles should be just white. Here they have been partly painted.
This is the station you would use if you go to "Le Bon Marché", the first Paris department store (1887), certainly one of the best, situated on the left bank, whereas most of the others are on the right bank of the Seine. Gustaf Eiffel made part of the plans. I should make a post about it one day.