Posts In: escalator

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Double Escalator

A quick shot going up an escalator, somewhere in the north part of the Paris Metro system.

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Barbes Escalator and Stairs

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The Depths of Châtelet

An escalator in the massive Châtelet station in the Paris Metro. In the center of the city, the station was just over 100 years old when I took this shot back in 2001. No need for digital film grain and dust filters on this shot — actual film grain and dust…

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Davisville Yellow

A distinct splash of colour amidst the muted tones of Davisville station.

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Late Train

A lone passenger departed a late night train at Finch station – the end of the line.

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Escalator to Marseille

Looking up toward a westbound afternoon train.

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Running

At Eglington Station.

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Escalator Lights

In the poorly-lit DC Metro.

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Going

Somewhere along the Bloor-Danforth line.

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Lines and Circles

Somewhere in the Budapest metro system.

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Louvre Escalators

A long view of the different floors of the Louvre’s Richelieu wing, with modern architecture that’s an unmistakable nod to Louis Kahn and his geometric features.

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Instruction Tile

One of the escalators up to track level at Warden Station.

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Inbound Rush

Just before the closing of the subway doors, at a station on the Bloor-Danforth line.

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Moving Up

A couple moving between the East-West and North-South platforms of the Younge-Bloor station.

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Escalators

Shoppers at Le Bon Marche in Paris.

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Almost to the Top

Escalator in the metro station Vieux Lyon/Cathédrale Saint-Jean, leading to the funicular tram to Fourvière.

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Musee at Night

The sign says “The most important collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe.” That both says it all, and is merely a beginning — a portal to new worlds, new ideas and new creativity. The Centre Georges Pompidou is my favourite place in the city of Paris.

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Up / Down

Three levels of the Hôtel de Ville Metro station, one of the original eight stations in the city’s system when the first section was first opened in 1900.

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Snowy Subway

Outside the Navy Archives/Penn Quarter Metro station after a few hours of snowfall.

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Escalator - Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

Because the Slacking Universe Needs a Center

I am selflessly volunteering. It starts with some kind of twitch, I think, and from what I can gather, most of you are afflicted with some form of this thing, too: After going some while without being on a plane across an ocean, without having another stamp in the passport, without the struggle of a strange language in a strange land, without the gastrointestinal chaos that inevitably comes from cuisine found just the other side of one’s sphere of microbial familiarity, the twitch metastasizes.