All around the world, themed trains are a simple and interactive way to celebrate a cause, an event or a piece of history, while livening up the commute for thousands of passengers. Here, we take a tour of some of the most unique and striking examples.
Art on the underground isn’t a new thing. Many public transport operators around the world have harnessed the joys of transforming the subterranean corridors millions pass through each day from bland passages into something more inspiring.
Stockholm’s metro (Tunnelbana) is a case in point: dubbed the world’s longest art gallery, more than 90 of its 100 stations are decorated with sculptures, mosaics, paintings, installations, engravings and relics of over 150 different artists. Read More…
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