Lviv Central Station
Lviv's got a ticket to ride.
Lviv's got a ticket to ride.
All aboard an old American pastime.
World-changing inspiration struck at the top of a hill — but the experiments had to wait. The inventor’s only way down was the steepest ride in England.
As legend has it, a local man prayed for Torino to be saved as the city was besieged. His prayers were answered, and he gave thanks by building a basilica at the very top of a rather steep hill.
Two railroad companies waged war to complete this historic rail line.
Since 2011, high-speed trains have called the old Trans-Caspian Railway home.
This museum has Air Force One's earthbound predecessor, the Ferdinand Magellan, and fortunately it is on rails since it's had to move from Miami to Fort Lauderdale and back.
Likely took its name from a large group Italian immigrants who named the Depot after Como, Italy.
This train offers scenic vistas, comfortable dining--and even a ride to the North Pole!
Tourism may be it's main industry these days, but once this town was a smuggler's haven.
Ride along this historic express train to a monastery founded by the once powerful Habsburgs.
Would you believe the longest concrete railway bridge in Scotland was built by a man named “Concrete Bob”?AWA Visted Here
Transformed into a traveling culinary experience thanks to Gonçalo Castel-Branco’s ten-year-old daughter.
Sitting "Pretty in Pink," this station and its surrounding area get their name from an intruiging local legend.
The descent to the train platform takes more than three minutes.
This architectural throwback also serves as a stark reminder of Senegal’s colonial past and inclusion in the federation of French West Africa.
Passengers ride in vintage-style train cars drawn by a steam engine and disembark at the old station, restored to its former glory with stained glass and the arched ceilings of yesteryear.
A short-lived light-rail stop between Wick and Lybster in Scotland’s county of Caithness—known enigmatically as the “Land Beyond the Highlands” -- remains in good condition.
This Railway shares a surprising partnership with a railway across the world -- in Switzerland.
This "moving museum" offers tours of the ancient city of Turin by historic tram car.
The meeting point for the crucial peaceful demonstration for political reforms against the government of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) that eventually led to tearing down the Berlin Wall.
When peering through a Montenvers railcar’s window the Mer de Glace below is like a flood frozen in time, this Sea of Ice is France's largest glacier.
Located equidistant from two larger cities, Budapest (in the northwest) and Szeged (in the southeast), allowing for an easy commute in either direction.
The 96-foot high Main Hall coffered ceiling is an example of an interior indebted to Burnham’s signature neoclassical design as its gold leaf trim reflects the natural light entering from the large Diocletian windows.AWA Visted Here
Climbing from sea to summit and back, the Genova-Casella Railway connects the port city of Genoa with the mountain village of Casella.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway first opened in 1836 as a horse-drawn carriage rail line.
Opened in 1913, the Yōrō Railway travels through Japan's landlocked Gifu Prefecture.
This railroad pier transports visitors traveling by sea to the town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight.
Bailey Yard is the largest railroad classification yard in the world.
Now a heritage rail, the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was created to connect the remote Welsh countryside with the market city of Welshpool.
Opened in 1930, Suburban Station is an underground station built to replace the above ground Broad Street Station.
To Basque peoples, la Rhune is the “good pasture” upon which their cultural artifacts are preserved, and out the window of the petit train, you can awe at them all.
One of the oldest tram lines in Budapest that can take you up slopes higher than the Eiffel Tower.
Keleti Railway Station is the busiest transportation hub in Hungary serving 410 trains every day.
The Douro Line runs through the Douro River Valley, a region renowned for producing Port wine for over 2,000 years.
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