- published: 11 Sep 2008
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I LOVE these. The Dresden lady is sultry and soothing like Julie London. The chipper sprightly Berlin man is like what their cute walk/don't walk traffic light man (Ampelmann) would sound like if he could talk. Dresden: - Next Stop Synagoge announcement (x2) Berlin: - Zurückbleiben bitte - Zug nach Ruhleben(?), einsteigen bitte, zurückbleiben bitte, beeps - Beeps, door closing and acceleration - Next Stop announcement - Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz - Next Stop announcement - Alexanderplatz All my own recordings, Fall 2014 except Dresden is someone else's
Dresden rap, Dresdner rap, Dresden rapper,rap aus Dresden
sebastian en dresden en el metro
The City of Dresden projects the Russian flag on their Palace of Culture, on the evening of Tuesday, April 4, to pay tribute to the victims of the bomb blast that occurred on St. Petersburg’s metro network on Monday. Video ID: Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Gelenktriebwagen NGT D8DD (Niederflurgelenktriebwagen Drehgestell 8 Achsen)
Cabview Führerstandsmitfahrt EC 176 "Johannes Brahms" 371 003-5 Praha hl.n. - Praha-Holešovice - Ústí nad Labem hl.n. - Děčín hl.n. - Bad Schandau - Dresden Hbf I. tranzitní železniční koridor HV: 371 003-5 Trať č. 090 (Praha -) Kralupy nad Vltavou - Ústí nad Labem - Děčín Trať č. 091 Praha - Kralupy nad Vltavou Trať č. 098 Děčín hl. n. - Dolní Žleb st. hr. - Dresden Hbf DB Strecke 6240 Děčín hl. n. - Dresden Hbf 00:00:07 Praha hl.n. 00:08:44 Praha-Holešovice 00:13:12 Praha Bubeneč 00:18:33 Roztoky u Prahy 00:24:17 Libčice nad Vltavou 00:28:46 Kralupy nad Vltavou 00:32:23 Nelahozeves 00:35:33 Vraňany 00:38:56 Dolní Beřkovice 00:42:47 Hněvice 00:46:59 Roudnice nad Labem 00:49:15 Hrobce 00:51:56 Bohušovice nad Ohří 00:54:33 Lovosice 00:59:51 Prackovice nad Labem 01:07:42 Ústí nad Labem hlav...
-Dresden has a large tramway network operated by Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe, the municipal transport company. Because the geological bedrock does not allow the building of underground railways, the tramway is an important form of public transport. The Transport Authority operates twelve lines on a 200 km network. Many of the new low-floor vehicles are up to 45 metres long and produced by Bombardier Transportation in Bautzen. While many of the system's lines are on reserved track (often sown with grass to avoid noise), many tracks still run on the streets, especially in the inner city.
Dresden's iconic Palace of Culture was lit up in the colours of the Russian flag in honour of the St. Petersburg metro attack victims, Tuesday. Video ID: 20170404-083 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Dresden Hauptbahnhof has 18 tracks. Eleven carry traffic through the station whilst the remaining seven, all from the west and located in the middle of the station, are terminal tracks. This layout makes Dresden Hbf unique among German central railway stations. The station is divided into three halls, the central one of which is the biggest and covers the terminating tracks. This video features views around the station building both inside and out, as well as footage of approaching and departing trains.
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