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    Posted: 08 June 2019 at 14:06
Thank you, Pieter,

I understand now. Much appreciated. And thanks for sharing these great photographs!

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Hi Kelly, the above photo is standing under the canopy looking back at the old terminus building (the one you see two posts up from the outside).

This photo is taken from street level, where there are no tracks and only little shops.

1 floor up is several tracks at the original level that used to be all tracks under the canopy until they started digging and extending the station further into the ground. Right below the signs with the numbers +1, 0, -1 and -2 in the background you can see the escalators towards floors -1 and -2 where there are more tracks. -1 is still terminus style, -2 runs out to both sides with a tunnel under the old terminus building.


In the next photo I'm standing at roughly the same place but two floors down, there you can probably see better what I try to describe here:

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Super! Thanks, Pieter!

Looks quite different than I remember! Is this part outside the old terminal?

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The Antwerp railway station interior


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The Antwerp "Railway Cathedral"


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Pair of Sm5 local trains in Helsinki Region Transport livery at Helsinki central railway station

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Helsinki Central Railway Station:

1. On the right PVV31 "Tolstoy" to Moscow


2. And in this picture that that night train and its Russian train attendants waiting for the passangers are on the left side
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The modified Antwerp railway station has dug 3 levels deep (with tracks) into the ground. It used to be a terminus type station, but at the lowest level they dug a tunnel, so now some trains can go through the station without changing direction.

This is a view on the lowest level, which is mostly used for express and international trains


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Hey Joe!

No problemo! And you are welcome. I guess the leaves on the trees on the left side are a clue that the photo was not taken recently! They may only now be starting to get foliage.


Thanks. I'm not a pro -- I just play one on TV.

Because of all the snow in February, I didn't get a photo of that side of the station. I wish I had.

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Hi Doc,👋
Sorry, I took the weekend off (a little abstinence)
Yes, that was from my last and only trip, so far. To get there from where I live, one has to drive on Hwy 50 (the Loneliest Road in America). It was just a regular, everyday, day, except for it was I believe 9/11
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Post Options Post Options   Quote AudioDoc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 April 2019 at 16:00
Very nice, Joe!

This must be a photo from when you were in Ely last time?

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the smoke is 93 building fire for the morning excursion. What a Great Day!
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Thanks Alan!
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