Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 8:28 pm

Touring Paris’s Phantom Metro Stations

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USA Today had an article last month about overnight tours of the Paris Metro system, including visits to four “phantom stations” closed since the Second World War and using vintage rolling stock, by ADEMAS, the Association d’Exploitation du Matériel Sprague (Sprague-Thomson metro cars date from the early 20th century). The society is reportedly secretive, but even so there is a six-month waiting list for the tours, which take place while the Metro is no longer running, and include a nosh at a training station. Via Gadling.

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