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French Transit > Paris > Metro

Liege
Year Opened

1911

Lines Served

Right-of-Way Subway Platform Layout 2 tracks, 2 offset side platforms
Points of Interest This is one of the most unique stations in Paris. As the streets above are narrow, the platforms between north and southbound trains are offset from each other. Another feature are large murals at each station. This station was named Berlin but changed during the outbreak of WWI

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Southbound train racing thru. (3/20/09) Murals at the northbound station. (3/20/09)
Station signage (3/20/09) Southbound train arriving (3/20/09)
Station murals (3/20/09) Train racing thru (3/20/09)
Station murals (3/20/09) Looking at the southbound platform from the northbound. Note the tracks take a jog due to the narrow street above. (3/20/09)
Northbound train racing thru (3/20/09) Station murals (3/20/09)
Platform "office" no longer used (3/20/09) Station murals (3/20/09)
Station murals (3/20/09) Station murals (3/20/09)

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