Underground City, Montreal, Canada More than four and a half square miles make up this second city in Montreal—the world’s largest underground complex, with 4,350 hotel rooms, 2,727 apartments, 930 retailers, 68 metro stops, nine fitness centers, three skating rinks, two libraries, and a chapel.
Caisteal Grugaig Broch, in semi ruinous condition, but benefitting from not having been restored and manicured. It stands on a hill called Faire an Duine (The Watchplace of the Tower) and commands views across the narrows joining Loch Alsh and Loch Duich, and up Loch Long. It's most notable feature is a massive triangular lintel. Caistel Grugaig is held to be the home of the witch Grugaig, who was the mother of the giants Telve and Todder who built the Glenelg brochs a few miles to the…
Built in 1869 by the East London Railway Company, which reused the Thames Tunnel intended for horse-drawn carriages, the line became part of the London Underground network in 1933. Description from snipview.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
The Underground City (RÉSO)- the world’s largest underground city, officially known as RÉSO. Over 30 kilometres of passageways connect to all Montreal Metros and provide a refuge for tourists looking to escape the scorching heat of summer or the freezing winds of winter. With thousands of boutiques and apartments, 200+ restaurants and 34 movie theatres, this impressive underground city is regarded as both a major tourist destination and as an architectural wonder in itself.
This Alternative London Underground Map Shows You What To See At Every Tube Stop In Central London
THIS ALTERNATIVE LONDON UNDERGROUND MAP SHOWS YOU WHAT TO SEE AT EVERY TUBE STOP IN CENTRAL LONDON London is a pretty epic place, though its probably expected that I’d say that seeing as it’s my home but its the actual truth. Our wonderful city is buzzing with so many amazing sights to explore which are particularly easy to get to, especially with hundreds of tube stops that are dotted across London town.
The Elephant and Castle underground station during the "Blitz" (September 7, 1940 - May 10, 1941), which was the sustained bombing of London and many other towns and cities in Britain by Nazi Germany during World War II. - Photograph by Bill Brandt