From Seoul to Tehran: the look of the subway cars in different countriesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/from-seoul-to-tehran-the-look-of-the-subway-cars-in-different-countries.html
We all know the cars of the Moscow subway and the old blue trains of the type "the Hedgehog", and new "Moscow-2019", which already began to run on some lines. Some of the trains we like, others not so good. But as they say, everything is relative.
Therefore, we offer to your attention photos of subway cars from different cities of the world, which will help to adequately assess all the charms and flaws of the Moscow metro.
As you know, China is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The number of inhabitants in the capital, more than 22 million people! Not surprisingly, the subway cars are installed there are so many handrails — even during the crush (and it necessarily will occur) people will have something to hold onto.
Subway in the South Korean capital boasts increased comfort. Not only that, the cars are incredibly spacious, so they still have Wi-Fi, air conditioning and comfortable handles as the buses.
The London underground is almost no different from Moscow and once again confirms truth of the phrase "beauty in simplicity". Of the additional amenities it should also highlight the presence of the armrests and grab bars.
Due to Seating subway cars in Helsinki somewhat similar to the Soviet train. And though it looks pretty simple, will agree that the place is enough for all passengers.
It is for us the screens in the train — the usual thing. As for the poles they become a real know-how. Thanks to them, the road to metro was a little nicer, and the cars look more modern.
Very strange Seating arrangement, and the whole car gives the impression of a "cold".
And here in Glasgow it is quite the opposite chair with a stylish design, bright handrails, large Windows. But the car it is very tiny. However, more Scots didn't have to because the Moscow metro consists of only one ring line and 15 stations. To get from one end to the other in just 24 minutes.
Subway cars in Sydney can surprise a large number of handles, as in buses, comfortable places for the disabled and a practical handrail that will be convenient to hold several passengers.
Subway in the capital of Thailand is striking in its purity! This is probably the only metro in the world that makes you want to wash your hands before you travel, not after it.
The most unusual cars we finally left. Here, for example, an unmanned train in Copenhagen, which feature comfortable armchairs and extra space for wheelchairs.
And metro in Tehran, though it seems pretty simple, but also has some advantages. Women can travel separately from men, having escaped in a special part of the car, fenced with an iron gate.
And what metro did you like the most?