Portugal, Lisbon Trams – Then and Now

Lisbon Tram Reality

25 responses to “Portugal, Lisbon Trams – Then and Now

  1. I loved those trams although we only took one ride. My husband thinks slogging up slopes meant for goats is a far better option than riding any for of transportation.

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  2. Is this another “graffiti test”?

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  3. I love those ceramic tiles.

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  4. i love the color in this

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  5. Melbourne’s trams are my favourite form of travel.

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  6. The texturing takes one back in time.

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  7. This kind of reminded me of the cable cars in San Francisco,, wan’t the graffiti must ave been that one on the steep hill and the water at the bottom and he rising land beyond.
    Very colourful, but it’d drive me round the bend, and as my wife is wont to say, a short drive!

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  8. Have to say, I like the quaintness of the older version. Have you ever ridden the cable cars in San Francisco, Andrew? –Curt

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  9. It certainly reminds me of the cable cars in San Francisco. I haven’t been there in decades. I wonder if they’ve also been attacked by graffiti?

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  10. Street art I like but graffiti not so much, and neither should appear on transport

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  11. Great photos! Love the chirpy chipped yellow vibe – full of character! Thanks for sharing!

    I am a Life Coach and also have a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s poem is about a tram driver in Switzerland in case you have time to look? Have also included the link to my coaching website in case you are interested in seeing this too and do feel free to share with others as many of my sessions are held online via Skype, Facetime or Zoom.

    Sunny greetings from Switzerland,

    Sam 🙂

    https://peacockpoetryblog.wordpress.com/2018/05/31/tram-dram/

    http://www.samallencoachingcreatively.com

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