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#130 - mrvino
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Montreal actually has an award winning metro line, and I have to agree that it's efficient and brings you anywhere on the Island with minimal walking. Also with the smaller population it's a bit less crowded than most metros.
#144 to #130 - Ruspanic
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(01/18/2014) [-]
I didn't know there were awards for metro lines
#133 to #130 - anon
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Not if you live in the West Island, then you need to take a bus or two to get to the nearest stations.
#142 to #133 - mrvino
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Well even there, I never had a problem taking a bus on the West Island, the schedules are consistent and I live on the South Shore so trust me I know what ****** bus schedules are...
#129 - retepraamrod
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Calgary C-Train map. The 8th modern wonder of the world!
#172 to #129 - teoberry
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Yeah ********. So simple but it gets you anywhere, with a bus or two
#182 to #172 - retepraamrod
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(01/18/2014) [-]
You're right. My whole life is connected to this thing.
#183 to #182 - teoberry
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(01/18/2014) [-]
I hardly even use it, I take it up and back to westside and occasionally home from Genesis, but it's still so ******* useful
#128 - klutzyspy
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Copenhagens is pretty nice. More lines in 2015
#127 - MercurySenshi
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(01/18/2014) [-]
#125 - thismustbeseen
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(01/18/2014) [-]
... and I've been on it. It's not bad at all. Kind of impossible to get lost.
#123 - ponchosdm
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(01/18/2014) [-]
map of the city i am sent to work some times, its mexico city, shares the 3rd place of most populated city with NY 21Million people
#124 to #123 - ponchosdm
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(01/18/2014) [-]
and this little one is from my natal city 5 Million people
#122 - anon
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Chicago is the best. So simple and it's gets you everywhere through the city.
#120 - zomaru
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(01/18/2014) [-]
The Metro 2033 series just got competition.
#118 - solitaryweasel
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(01/18/2014) [-]
We ******* invented the subway network.
#117 - roflstorm
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Hey, if it can move me from one side of Toronto to the other in less than 30 minutes then it is good enough
#116 - ratpie
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Here's Finland...
#112 - angelusprimus
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(01/18/2014) [-]
I, for one, welcome our new chinese overlords.

Shangai Metro, nearly twice the size of New York's, world's longest line, and unlike the ones in the comic, still being very much developed, growing aproximately 30 miles each year.
#111 - bionicjellyfish
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Glasgow.
#138 to #111 - colonelroymustang
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Glasgow was a weird ******* place from my experience.
#155 to #138 - ajperry
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(01/18/2014) [-]
How?
#184 to #155 - colonelroymustang
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(01/18/2014) [-]
I don't know. it just seemed odd. Like, the downtown area and central station where there were more modern buildings with glass fronts and whatnot but the streets were practically empty outside of the shops and then how the older parts of town seemed far more alive. It just seemed a really mixed bag of like two completely different cities that accidentally grew into eachother.
#194 to #184 - ajperry
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(01/18/2014) [-]
That is exactly what happened. It's a really old town and then we started updating the buildings and building new areas such as Trongate and stuff like that. It's a really nice place if you know where to look.
#196 to #194 - colonelroymustang
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Never could find a decent bar but there were a few interesting shops. Found a bookstore that looked like something out of Harry Potter and a good restaurant not too far from the hotel I was in. It's a nice place- but it just is a bit strange and very inconsistent.
#228 to #196 - ajperry
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(01/18/2014) [-]
You're probably talking about Waterstones, I know exactly where you mean as well, there was a KFC just down the road from it. Yeah, it's really big, I concentrate most on City Centre. Theres a few good bars but the nightclubs are the best. Cathouse, Garage, ABC, Firewater and Jellybaby are the popular ones.
#314 to #228 - jellybaby
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(01/19/2014) [-]
What?
#252 to #228 - colonelroymustang
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Was only there for a couple days so I never got the chance to really look about the place all too much, and my memory of direction and names of places is blurry at best. There's wasn't a great deal to do in the parts I was located and I wasn't sure about the night life because, having hailed from a local where night and day are mostly the same in length, I wasn't sure what the locals considered night with the sun setting no earlier than 2200
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#261 to #252 - ajperry
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(01/18/2014) [-]
I'm sure it's Waterstones.
#318 to #261 - colonelroymustang
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(01/20/2014) [-]
If Waterstones is in the immediate vicinity of the River then it's quite likely that was the store. Glasgow was probably my least favorite location that I stayed while there but I didn't get a chance to look around it all too much and I was recovering from about twenty hours of travel time as well as getting acclimated to an entirely new country so it's not an unbiased perspective. I had a good time in Edinburgh and absoloutely loved the highlands and Stromness.
#110 - xbobchris
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Dumb map of the Bay Area. Not so impressive compared to other Metro systems.
#147 to #110 - timerce
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(01/18/2014) [-]
having lived in other areas and now living in the bay i can say that i like BART more than any of the others. though the biggest downside to BART is that it doesnt run past midnight.
#148 to #147 - timerce
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(01/18/2014) [-]
also consider the fact that most of these other maps cover one city while BART covers most of the bay area
#149 to #148 - xbobchris
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(01/18/2014) [-]
That's true I suppose.
#150 to #149 - timerce
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(01/18/2014) [-]
well i say the biggest draw back is the closing time but the actual biggest draw back is the odds of being shot by BART police
#152 to #150 - xbobchris
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Yeah, they can be pretty dickish.
#109 - anon
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Behold, perugia's (mini)metro trains
#108 - kurokoda
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(01/18/2014) [-]
You may think the Tube looks fine and dandy, but until you need to use it everyday you realize what a load of **** it is
#106 - anon
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(01/18/2014) [-]
As a proud Parisian the metro will always be my personal favorite~
#105 - igelior
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(01/18/2014) [-]
observe the glorious perfection of the M√ľnchener Schnellbahnnetz!
observe the glorious perfection of the M√ľnchener Schnellbahnnetz!
#113 to #105 - angelusprimus
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(01/18/2014) [-]
What's really impressive is how CLEAN it is. It feels more like walking through a nice mall then a subway.
#104 - dujuhuh
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(01/18/2014) [-]
Man, I always scroll through these comics because they're not funny or interesting at all.   
   
Seriously, who wants to laugh at politics? The bad spelling makes it hard to read, it's just not good in all aspects.
Man, I always scroll through these comics because they're not funny or interesting at all.

Seriously, who wants to laugh at politics? The bad spelling makes it hard to read, it's just not good in all aspects.
#103 - anon
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(01/18/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure Japan has the best train network in the world, everywhere in Tokyo is at most 5 minutes walking distance from a train station.
#107 to #103 - anon
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(01/18/2014) [-]
If you really think about it, with how small most of the islands are, they're only ever a 35 minute walk from there destination anyway.