U-Bahn Station Georg-Brauchle Ring - Line U1
The Munich U-Bahn (German: U-Bahn München) system is an electric rail rapid transit network in Munich, Germany. “U-Bahn” is the German contraction for Untergrundbahn or “subway”.
Today the U1 has a length of 12.2 km. It starts at Olympia-Einkaufszentrum. On the way south it follows Hanauer Straße to Georg-Brauchle-Ring, which has been designed by Franz Ackermann, reaching Westfriedhof. It continues via Gern to Rotkreuzplatz. Below the Nympenburger Straße it goes on to Maillingerstraße and Stiglmaierplatz and finally merges into the U2 track at München Hauptbahnhof.
Fraunhoferstraße, the next station, is also reached in separate tunnels, which had to be excavated using tunneling shields due to the proximity of the River Isar. However, the two tubes are connected by the platform, which demanded large pillars that are characteristic for this station. The next station, Kolumbusplatz, is a junction which has three tracks. Here U1 branches off U2 again.
The southbound branch line was opened in 1997 and traverses the colourful station Candidplatz, eventually reaching Wettersteinplatz. The following station, St.-Quirin-Platz has an extraordinary architecture as it is covered by a large, shell-like structure made from glass and steel, which is drawn nearly down to track level on one side. Below Neupliastraße, there is the terminus of U1, Mangfallplatz.
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Stacky 5 is now available here!
The fifth update to the popular Tumblr theme. Stacky 5 is by far the most customizable and advanced update to the Stacky franchise, with over double the options and a cleaner and refined appearance this is best update yet. Stacky is based on Masonry by Desandro and is designed to look like a magazine or newspaper.
- Infinite scroll (scroll-to-top by clicking the sidebar title/image)
- Posts auto align to browser size
- iPad and mobile optimized
- Share posts on Facebook, Twitter and Google+
- High resolution photo option
- Custom background image and color options
- Large and small posts (with customizable tag)
- Lightbox photo preview (for small posts)
- Fixed sidebar
- Custom sidebar image
- Customizable sidebar width and title size
- Separate search page
- Disqus integration
- Facebook integration
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Anonymous asked: how can i make this my theme
Keep an eye on this blog or Untitled Themes for an announcement in the next couple of days.
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I Love Dust created this playgful, graphic, yet handmade-feeling packaging for Allotinabox, a series of GYO (Grow Your Own) boxes to help anyone — even those in small urban spaces — grow their own food at home. Learn more about the boxes and their contents right here.
Philadelphia-based Justin LaFontaine has made some really great screen printed posters. I love the simple, graphic style.
The freaks come out at night! By day, this glow-in-the-dark poster features a quaint city scene. But when the lights go out, a town full of crime, sex, guns and zombies (and a few extra hidden surprises) appears.
Check out this beautiful identity program, which features stunning paper cut work, for VCE Season of Excellence by A Friend of Mine.
The VCE Season of Excellence, by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA), is a series of events and exhibitions celebrating a selection of A+ grade work produced by VCE students in an array of creative fields.