Route 28 (Ancient) crosses route 15 (Modern) at right angles in the heart of Lisbon. The modern car is in all-over Coca-Cola advertising livery apart from the yellow ends.
Route 28 is a must for any visitor to Lisbon, taking in amazingly narrow streets in the oldest parts of the city. The livery advertises the Oceanário - a must-visit aquarium and sea-life centre.
This is one of Lisbon's 3 street funiculars. They are operated by under street cables. The trolley wire is provided for communications circuits. Car no 1 climbs away from the lower terminus for it... (more)
This is one of Lisbon's 3 street funiculars. They are operated by under street cables. The trolley wire is provided for communications circuits. In my view the Bica is the most attractive of the 3... (more)
When the rain comes in Lisbon you just board a tram to keep dry - and see the city at the same time. This is the view forward from Route 12 on a wet afternoon.
This tram - in all over livery advertising a well known beer - pauses just outside the Praça da Comércio, outside the main Post Office.
This is one of Lisbon's 3 street funiculars. Traction is by under-street moving cables. The trolley wires are for communication purposes. Note the interlaced track above the passing loop. The line... (more)
The smallest street on the Carris-net.
Coming uit of the building... as it seems.