>I took some time this week to try out the new Hungerburgbahn, and came away a satisfied customer! Above is the Kongresshaus Station, the “bottom end” of the thing. You begin underground, much like a normal subway…
then emerge at the “Lowenhaus” Station right before crossing the bridge (with its two tall concrete “needles” over the Inn.
Once across the river the tracks descend once more into the earth,
and go down aways before a steep uphill climb to the surface.
(Continued in next post)
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