Two metro stations.
The first one is Brandenburg Tor, with the old gothic Unter den Linden sign under it. In the cold-war, West-German trains went through parts of East-Germany, and in particular through this station. But they never stopped at any of these so-called “ghost-stations” that were closed and guarded.
The second sign is Alexanderplatz in East-Berlin, an area that today is one of the bussiest districts in Berlin.
I just love shooting in metro stations; they are full of interesting patterns and lines, and the Warsaw Metro is no exception.
This is one of those metro platforms that you just have to take a photo of. It is the Wien Westbahnhof train station, a massive station in Vienna, but most importantly where you hop onto the metro to get to our favourite restaurant in Vienna – Heuriger 10er Marie – a local wine-tavern, which I will talk about in my next post.