To me, public transport totally sums up the word ‘urban’. Especially if it is covered in graffiti.
This bright yellow tram is in Lisbon, Portugal. Initially I thought that ‘7’ was the route number and that the tram was beautifully decorated to suit, but the sign at the tram stop didn’t match so I had to quickly re-think my theory.
Notice how the shape of the tram’s under-carriage is perfectly suited to the climb of the hill – I’m glad we didn’t walk this one. To see other interpretations of this week’s urban photo challenge, visit the Daily Post.
Great photo, Georgia! The pattern on the wall is a great backdrop, too.
Looks like a looong difficult climb and that’s why that trolley is there. Great image!
Yes, definitely. They are in all directions going out of the city centre, which must be in a valley
I wonder how the people who live there feel about this trolley rolling back and forth past their window all day? Nice shot…
Probably just the same as anyone else who lives near public transport – you get used to it and start to block it out. Thanks for visiting.