belgradestreets

andy townend captures the life and soul of belgrade, serbia

trams

dog days

This post is not a street.

It is an extra.

A random thought.

Two things provoked it.

First. A 20% increase in the tram fare from 50 din to 60 din overnight on 1 November, 2011.

Second. A random memory of Margaret Thatcher writing off those poor souls who chose to travel to work on the bus in London.

I enjoy travelling on public transport.

Even when inflation is sky high and all the best seats have been taken by dogs (err…see below).

So, here are some random images from my travels on Line 2 and Line 7 on belgradestreets

Most have already been shared via Instagram, so I hope you don’t mind me sharing again.

So, “let’s be careful out there…”

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One Response to “trams”

  1. Evgenia Samsonova

    This post is certainly not about it, but I just cannot resist not saying that the public transport costs in Belgrade seem to growwith the speed of yeast dough.

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