fusillade762: [images.wikia.com image 850x340] Not Europe, of course.
Paris1127: Meet the Wuppertal Schwebebahn, opened 1901, survived WWII, only one major accident.
Paris1127: Part of this already exists in GermanyMeet the Wuppertal Schwebebahn, opened 1901, survived WWII, only one major accident. The car in the bottom photo is the one Kaiser Wilhelm rode in when the system was opened.
mhd: The fatal one or the one with the elephant?
Tuffi suffered only minor injuries ^The famous (fake) postcard from the incident
mhd: Paris1127: Meet the Wuppertal Schwebebahn, opened 1901, survived WWII, only one major accident.The fatal one or the one with the elephant?
Wrencher: Too cool!+1 to the bucket list!
KrispyKritter: Paris1127 i saw a TV documentary about some of the many monorails in EU. what a wonderful form of transportation. very clever to place them where they do not impede or interfere with man made structures or cause destruction of natural elements. monorails are one more thing that opens the eyes of an American who has heard "We're #1" chanted many times. maybe every government feeds lies & propaganda to their masses, i don't know.
talkertopc: What strike me the most in those kind of thing is how they thought people would dress in the future. From time to time they successfully predict future technology but they never correctly predict future clothes. They either think clothing would not change much or that everyone would wear uniforms.
Lionel Mandrake: fusillade762: [images.wikia.com image 850x340] Not Europe, of course.I prefer Old New York[www.punkasspunk.com image 850x254]
Zombalupagus: [i.imgur.com image 300x170]In the future, everything will be lighter than air and used for transportation! Even giant beer kegs!
Slaxl: I see Albert Speer designed Hitler into the whole thing. I assume it was intentional anyway.
StopLurkListen: And can we resurrect Le Corbu so we can kill him? We tried Brutalist architecture and city planning. They're dismal and dehumanizing and so soulless they started dying of neglect as soon as they were built.
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