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Old February 9th, 2017, 09:12 PM   #641
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Now we will see line 2 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 2 Cuatro Caminos - Las Rosas, 14 km - 20 stations

Line 2 runs north-south from Cuatro Caminos to Ópera where it turns east, crossing Lines 1 and 3 at Sol in the heart of the city. This line still has only 60 m long platforms, thus only 4-car trains can be used. Despite this limited capacity, the line was extended east 6.2 km in two stages, to La Elipa in early 2007, and to Las Rosas in early 2011.

Cuatro Caminos Station



Metro Madrid (Estación de “Cuatro Caminos”) por Akgoll, en Flickr

Canal Station



Estación de Canal por Pablo Arias López, en Flickr



Fuente del canal por Carlos Rodríguez Luque, en Flickr

San Bernardo Station



San Bernardo Metro Stop por Scott Andreas, en Flickr



Edificio de Fernando Higueras. Calle San Bernardo y Glorieta Ruiz Giménez. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Ópera Station and Caños del Peral Museum



Opera por Kris Arnold, en Flickr



13122014 Caños del Peral 002 por Juan Carlos Bustos Morán, en Flickr

Sevilla Station



Metro Sevilla por Ada Veen, en Flickr

Banco de España Station



Madrid / Spain: Metro station “Banco de Espana". Rainy night. por wwwuppertal, en Flickr

Retiro Station



Metro Retiro por JUAN LUIS ÁLVAREZ ROMERO, en Flickr



El silencio es una de las artes más grandes de la conversación por Rafa Llano, en Flickr

Goya Station



Salvador Bachiller por José Luis Vega, en Flickr

Ventas Station



Metro Las Ventas, Madrid por komomellamo, en Flickr

La Elipa Station



Parada de Metro (La Elipa, Madrid) por Roberto Bueno, en Flickr

Las Rosas Station



Madrid Metro Station por ronalddeponald, en Flickr

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Old February 10th, 2017, 04:11 PM   #642
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Let's go with line 3



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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 3 Moncloa - Villaverde Alto, 15 km - 18 stations

Line 3 is among the busiest lines of the network, so platforms have finally been extended from 60 m to 90 m in recent years to allow the use of 6-car trains. At the same time the line length was more than doubled in 2007, with a southern extension from Legazpi to Villaverde Alto along Córdoba Avenue. Later it may be extended towards the north to Cuatro Caminos Square, and in the south to meet MetroSur in Leganés City.

Transport Hub of Moncloa Station



Moncloa (Madrid) con efecto Tilt-Shift por Francisco Jesús Tejeda White, en Flickr



Mamparas decoradas del Metro Moncloa. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr



Moncloa - Linea 3 de Metro de Madrid - Modelo 3000 por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Plaza de España Station



Metro de Plaza de España por pepoexpress, Madrid fun street!, en Flickr



Plaza de los Cubos por Paco Casado Cepas, en Flickr

Callao Station



Metro Callao por F.J. Sada, en Flickr



Madrid Metro, Callao, line L3 por Shaun C, en Flic

Sol Station



Madrid Metro - Sol por sftrajan, en Flickr

Lavapiés Station



Ambiente de Lavapiés/Lavapies Atmosphere por Joe Lomas, en Flickr

Delicias Station



Que colores más feos por Alejandro Castro, en Flickr

Legazpi Station



Metro Station - Legazpi por Alexandre Mendes, en Flickr



Matadero Madrid por Dave Pinter, en Flickr

Hospital 12 de octubre Station



Interior estación de metro hospital 12 de Octubre Madrid por Alquiler de Coches, en Flickr

Villaverde Alto Station



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Villaverde Alto por Ingolf, en Flickr



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Villaverde Alto por Ingolf, en Flickr

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Old February 10th, 2017, 08:21 PM   #643
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Madrid and its metro are so wonderful...
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Old February 11th, 2017, 05:55 PM   #644
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Madrid and its metro are so wonderful...
Madrid has an excellent public transport system, one of the best in the world.

Now we will see line 4 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 4 Argüelles - Pinar de Chamartín, 16 km - 23 stations

As Line 2, Line 4 is still operated with 4-car trains as platforms are only 60 m long. The line has been extended several times towards the northeastern districts and gets very busy at times. It links with all metro lines (except 11 and 12), but it does not provide direct interchange with Cercanías.
At Pinar de Chamartín, Line 4 links up with Line 1 and the Metro Ligero Line ML1 to Sanchinarro.

Argüelles Station

Barrio de Argüelles de Madrid by Manuel, en Flickr

Mosaico del Metro de Argüelles. Calle de la Princesa. Madrid by MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Alonso Martínez Station

Alonso Martinez Metro Station in Madrid by Madrid Uno, en Flickr

Colón Station

Metro Colón by César del Pozo, en Flickr

Plaza de Colón - Madrid, España by Francisco Aragão, en Flickr

Serrano Station

Leoncia en Metro Serrano. Madrid. by Caty, en Flickr

Goya Station

Sin título by k0vy, en Flickr

Gigante by Andrea Santambrogio, en Flickr

Avenida de América Station

Subterráneo · 3 by Lanpernas 4.0, en Flickr

Arturo Soria Station

Zona Arturo Soria, Madrid by Pepe Domus, en Flickr

Mar de Cristal Station

Metro de Madrid - 3000 con banderas de España en Mar de Cristal by Carlos, en Flickr

Comité-Olímpico-Español-Right by Pat Knoff (3D Curious), en Flickr

Pinar de Chamartín Station

Pinar de Chamartín by Madrid en Metro, en Flickr

Tranvia Madrid 447 - Pinar de Chamartín - 05 Jun 2012 by Pablo Urraco, en Flickr

Madrid - Metro - Estación de Pinar de Chamartín by Ingolf, en Flickr

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Old February 12th, 2017, 11:35 AM   #645
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First part of Line 5 of Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 5 Casa de Campo - Alameda de Osuna, 23.2 km - 32 stations (1)

Line 5 is a long cross-city line linking the districts in the southwest to those in the east. It was built with 90 m long platforms from the start, though still in small profile.
Line 5 has two surface stations, Empalme and Aluche, which opened in 1961 as part of the 'Suburbano' from Pl. España to Carabanchel (now mostly part of Line 10).
An eastern extension with two stations, from Canillejas to Alameda de Osuna, opened in December 2006.

Casa de Campo Station



Metro de Madrid - 2000 en Casa de Campo por Carlos, en Flickr



Madrid desde la Casa de Campo por Paula, en Flickr

Empalme Station



DSC01728 por Leander Pretorius, en Flickr

Aluche Station



Madrid, Aluche. por Rolling Stock's, en Flickr



Intercambiador de Aluche por Asociación de Vecinos de Aluche Aluche un barrio vivo, en Flickr

Carabanchel Station



Metro - Carabanchel - Madrid por Cesar Pics, en Flickr



desde la 14 P1050178 por cmramirezl, en Flickr

Marqués de Vadillo Station



Marqués de Vadillo por Altusken, en Flickr



Puente de Toledo por juanda021282, en Flickr

Acacias Station



Acacias por Daniel Lobo, en Flick

Puerta de Toledo Station



Metro de Madrid por Fahad, en Flickr



Puerta de Toledo, Madrid por Francisco Aragão, en Flickr

La Latina Station



La Latina Metro Station por Josh Bassett, en Flickr

Callao Station



Madrid por José Luis Vega, en Flickr



_MG_3096 Calles de Madrid. Jacometrezo.jpg13,2 MB 5616 × 3744 por Carlos Ramírez de Arellano del Rey, en Flickr

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Old February 13th, 2017, 06:59 PM   #646
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Second part of Line 5 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 5 Casa de Campo - Alameda de Osuna, 23.2 km - 32 stations (2)

Line 5 is a long cross-city line linking the districts in the southwest to those in the east. It was built with 90 m long platforms from the start, though still in small profile.
Line 5 has two surface stations, Empalme and Aluche, which opened in 1961 as part of the 'Suburbano' from Pl. España to Carabanchel (now mostly part of Line 10).
An eastern extension with two stations, from Canillejas to Alameda de Osuna, opened in December 2006.

Chueca Station



Metro Chueca por albolm911, en Flickr



Chueca Metro station, Madrid por lederon, en Flickr

Rubén Darío Station



Metro Rubén Darío por Guadasan2010, en Flickr

Núñez de Balboa Station



Metro de Madrid 3600 por Núñez de Balboa por Renfe-450, en Flickr



8760 HORAS - 35 por rh2ox, en Flickr

Diego de León Station



Estación Diego de León por Cesar Pics, en Flickr




Ventas Station



Las Ventas Metro por altarboy2000, en Flickr



Puente Plaza de Ventas (Madrid) por Francisco Ruiz, en Flickr



Conductores pasando el arco de Ventas por fiorella velezmoro, en Flickr

Canillejas Station



Madrid Metro, Canillejas, L5 por Shaun C, en Flick



P1110491 por Maciej Janiec, en Flickr



001414 - Madrid por M.Peinado, en Flickr

El Capricho Station



dormant por Bruno Gerber, en Flickr



Parque El Capricho III por José Luis Vega, en Flickr

Alameda de Osuna Station



(162/16) Metro de Madrid: Alameda de Osuna por Pablo Arias López, en Flickr

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Old February 14th, 2017, 07:40 AM   #647
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Today plays the first part of line 6 of Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 6 Circular, 23.5 km - 28 stations (1)

Line 6 is one of only a few real circular metro lines in the world. Built in the 1970s, its stations lie at a deep level. The line functions as a distributor and provides interchange with all other lines, except Line 12. At most interchanges, transfer is provided via long flights of escalators and tunnels, although at Príncipe Pío cross-platform interchange with Line 10 is available.
Some of its stations are of the 'Spanish' type, with an island and two side platforms, and train doors opening at both sides to improve passenger flows.

Hub and station of Príncipe Pío



Absolutely yes Príncipe Pío por Trinquetes, en Flickr



Relaxed urban mobility on Sunday por Armando G Alonso, en Flickr

Argüelles Station



metro_arguelles por Javier Sanchez, en Flickr

Moncloa Station



Proxima estacion, Moncloa por pignaz, en Flickr



DSC_0873 por Ronsel, en Flickr

Ciudad Universitaria Station



Camino a clase por Álvaro Serrano, en Flickr



Caballo CIU Madrid por Mariely Lalala, en Flickr

Metropolitano Station



Metro por lordastur, en Flickr

Nuevos Ministerios Station



Estación de metro de Madrid - Nuevos Ministerios por .Robert. Photography, en Flickr



aZca aZul por interfaz909 www.interfaz909.com, en Flickr

República Argentina Station



Metro República Argentina por Juanedc, en Flickr

Diego de León Station



Diego de Leon // Nevada Mañanera por Xose Ramos, en Flickr

O’Donnell Station



O'Donnell por Carmelo Photography, en Flickr



El piruli - morning por atache, en Flickr

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Today we will see the second part of Line 6 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 6 Circular, 23.5 km - 28 stations (2)

Line 6 is one of only a few real circular metro lines in the world. Built in the 1970s, its stations lie at a deep level. The line functions as a distributor and provides interchange with all other lines, except Line 12. At most interchanges, transfer is provided via long flights of escalators and tunnels, although at Príncipe Pío cross-platform interchange with Line 10 is available.
Some of its stations are of the 'Spanish' type, with an island and two side platforms, and train doors opening at both sides to improve passenger flows.

Pacífico Station



Pacífico. por Al Jar, en Flickr



Metro de Madrid. Nave de Motores de Pacifico - Anden “0” por Revista Monsacro, en Flickr

Hub and stations of Méndez Álvaro



Mendez Alvaro por Leonardo Ibañez, en Flickr



Torres por albolm911, en Flickr

Arganzuela-Planetario Station



PLANETARIO por SARA...PGM, en Flickr



Planetario de Madrid. Parque Enrique Tierno Galván. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Hub and station of Plaza Elíptica



Estação de Metro “Plaza Eliptica" - Madrid, Espanha por Revigres, en Flickr



Intercambiador multimodal de transporte de Plaza Elíptica por galio, en Flickr

Opañel Station



RSM-Opañel_L6_8400 por Я嵦, en Flickr

Oporto Station



Metro de Madrid, estación Oporto de la línea 6, andén central por galio, en Flickr

Carpetana Station
In the excavation of Carpetana Metro Station are found large amount of remains of animals of the period of the Miocene. For this reason in the station there are reproductions of animals whose remains were found and explanatory signs them



Amphicyon (Miocene) por David S. Rosado, en Flickr



Metro Carpetana por L y J, en Flickr

Laguna Station



Laguna sin peces por Alvaro Gomez, en Flickr



RSM-Cocheras_Metro_Laguna por Я嵦, en Flickr

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Today, Between cabbage and cabbage (Spanish aphorism) the line C-1 of Cercanías (commuter railway)

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CERCANÍAS DE MADRID/MADRID CERCANÍAS (COMMUTER RAILWAY), MADRID

LINEA/LINE C-1 Príncipe Pío - Aeropuerto T4, 23,6 km - 11 stations

C-1 is a line of Cercanías that runs entirely by the city of Madrid, joining from the transport hub of Príncipe Pio the train stations of Atocha and Chamartín with Barajas Airport (T4)

Transport hub and station of Príncipe Pío —> (Cercanías C-7, C-10 & Metro 6, 10, R)



Príncipe Pío por Elentir, en Flickr



Principe Pio por Sara, en Flickr

Tunel direction Pirámides Station —> (Cercanías C7, C-10 & Metro 5)



Saliendo del túnel por Elentir, en Flickr

Delicias Station —> (Cercanías C7, C-10)



Delicias por Antonio Gómez, en Flickr



Renfe 450.001 por Renfe-450, en Flickr

Méndez Álvaro Station —> (C-5, C7, C-10 & Metro 6)



Corredor sur de Atocha, Madrid por Sergio, en Flickr

Atocha Station —> (Cercanías C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 1)



Andenes por Andres Guerrero, en Flickr

Nuevos Ministerios Station —> (Cercanías C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 6, 8, 10)



Arriving early at downtown Madrid por Armando G Alonso, en Flickr

Chamartín Station —> (Cercanías C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 1, 10)



465 044 saliendo de chamartin por Jose Maria Navarro Sanchez, en Flickr

Fuente de la Mora Station —> (Cercanías C-7, C-10 & ML {Metro Ligero} 1)



Serie 446 (049R + 146R) por Raúl, en Flickr

Valdebebas Station



Estación de tren de Cercanías de Valdebebas por Valdebebas, en Flickr



Estación de tren de Cercanías de Valdebebas por Valdebebas, en Flickr

Aeropuerto T4 Station —> (Metro 8)



idn1602 por ribot85, en Flickr



T4 por FADB, en Flickr



Madrid Airport por Mike K, en Flickr


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This morning ... Line 7 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 7 Hospital del Henares - Pitis, 31 km - 30 stations

For more than 20 years Line 7 was used far below its capacity before it was extended to the west from Avenida de América and better integrated with the rest of the network. As Line 9, it does not reach the city centre proper, but convenient interchange is provided at Gregorio Marañón and Canal.
In May 2007, Line 7 was extended towards the east to the neighbouring municipalities of Coslada and San Fernando de Henares, this extension also being referred to as MetroEste. All passengers have to change trains at Estadio Olímpico.

Henares Station (San Fernando de Henares City)



metroeste por Pedro José, en Flickr

San Fernando Station (San Fernando de Henares City)



Metro San Fernando por Quedalapalabra, en Flickr

Estadio Olímpico Station



Metro Estadio Olímpico por Julián del Nogal, en Flickr



Estación del estadio olimpico por César Caracuel, en Flickr

Las Musas Station



Mural cerámico del Metro Las Musas Línea 7. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

San Blas Station



il5047 por ribot85, en Flickr

Cartagena Station



Torres en Cartagena por geldmond, en Flickr



wall relief at exit pt 2 por charity shopper, en Flickr

Gregorio Marañón Station



Madrid Metro, Gregorio Maranon station por Shaun C, en Flickr



Mural de azulejos dedicado a Gregorio Marañón. Estación de Metro Gregorio Marañón. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Canal Station



Metromadrid por Nyakempanyol, en Flickr



Exposición ‘Jesús del Pozo’ en Sala Canal de Isabel II por Espacios para el Arte, en Flickr

Islas Filipinas Station



Islas Filipinas por L Dietrich, en Flickr



Monumento a José Rizal. Avenida de Filipinas. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Valdezarza Station



NJR_7432 por Nicolas Randall, en Flickr

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And now, Line 8 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 8 Nuevos Ministerios - Aeropuerto T4, 16 km - 8 stations

Line 8 was designed as an express metro line to link the Barajas Airport to Madrid's business district around Nuevos Ministerios, where check-in facilities have been established. It also serves the Fairgrounds and Congress Centre at Campo de las Naciones.
In May 2007 , Line 8 was extended from Barajas station to the new Terminal 4 building at the Airport.

Hub and stations of Nuevos Ministerios



Nuevos Ministerios por Madrid Uno, en Flickr



Metro Nuevos Ministerios Madrid por Alquiler de Coches, en Flickr



Nuevos Ministerios por Daniel Lobo, en Flickr



Metro por Damian Vila, en Flickr

Commuter railway station of Nuevos Ministerios



Nuevos Ministerios por Ricardo Ricote Rodríguez, en Flickr



Renfe 450.019 en Nuevos Ministerios por Renfe-450, en Flickr



Madrid por Rex Harris, en Flickr

Pinar del Rey Station



Sin título por Sergey Nikiforov, en Flickr

Campo de las Naciones Station



Metro Station- Campo de las Naciones - Madrid, Spain - Trip to Portugal Spain 2007 por jakazar, en Flickr



Feria de Madrid, Ifema HDR por Marc, en Flickr

Aeropuerto T1-T2-T3 Station



Estacion de Metro por gErardo D., en Flickr



100_0880.JPG por Steven Tellers, en Flickr

Aeropuerto T4 Station



por fin el metro llega a la t4 por mallol, en Flickr



idn1602 por ribot85, en Flickr



Sin título por Ophelia Noor, en Flickr

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On Sunday, line 9 of the Madrid metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 9 Paco de Lucía - Arganda del Rey, 40 km - 29 stations

Line 9 actually consists of two sections, the urban stretch Paco de Lucía - Puerta de Arganda, the proper Line 9, and the suburban, mostly surface stretch from Puerta de Arganda to Arganda del Rey, also referred to as Line 9b.
Whereas the urban stretch is similar to Line 6 with some stations lying very deep, the suburban stretch runs through largely unpopulated areas. All passengers have to change trains at Puerta de Arganda.

Paco de Lucía Station



Paco de Lucía por Villagandes, en Flickr

Plaza de Castilla Station



Madrid (E), Plaza Castilla, Dec 2005 por _tunnel_, en Flickr



05 Plaza Castilla Torres KIO 17091 por Javier, en Flickr

Colombia Station



NJR_8576 por Nicolas Randall, en Flickr

Avenida de América Station



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Avenida de América por Ingolf, en Flickr



Madrid Metro, Avenida America, L9 por Shaun C, en Flickr

Núñez de Balboa Station



Sin título por sftrajan, en Flickr


Madrid - Metro - Estación de Núñez de Balboa por Ingolf, en Flickr

Ibiza



MADRID METRO por sftrajan, en Flickr

San Cipriano Station



Estación San Cipriano por Alejandro Castro, en Flickr

Rivas Vaciamadrid Station (Rivas Vaciamadrid City)



Metro de Madrid - 6107M por Javier Martín, en Flickr

To La Poveda Station from Rivas Vaciamadrid Station



Rivas - Metro sobre el Jarama por David Martínez Gómez, en Flickr



Spain 007 por Luke Williams, en Flickr

La Poveda Station (Arganda del Rey City)



Tren Serie 6000 de Metro de Madrid en La Poveda (Arganda del Rey) por Associació Ferroviària de Godella, en Flickr

Arganda del Rey Station (Arganda del Rey City)



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Let's see today the first part of line 10 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 10 Hospital Infanta Sofía - Puerta del Sur, 40 km - 31 stations (1)

What started as a secondary 'Suburbano' in 1961 has become one of Madrid's busiest cross-city lines in recent years. Line 10 certainly has the most interesting history having been rebuilt and extended several times.
The present line absorbed the former Line 8, which ran between Fuencarral and Nuevos Ministerios (later extended single-track to Avenida de América), it was then linked to the old Line 10 (Alonso Martínez - Aluche) via Gregorio Marañón, temporarily operated as a small-profile line, later the old tunnels were widened and the line extended to Puerta del Sur.

Manuel de Falla Station (city of San Sebastián de los Reyes)



ND400: 23sec f/4 por Doris Thai, en Flickr

Baunatal Station (city of San Sebastián de los Reyes)



Sanse-nalia II por grihan, en Flickr

La Granja Station (city of Alcobendas)



La estación de metro de La Granja esta mañana toda nevada. por Paco Zafra, en Flickr

Ronda de la Comunicación Station



Las Tablas por jrodriguezruibal, en Flickr



Telefonica por jose, en Flickr

Las Tablas Station



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Las Tablas por Ingolf, en Flickr



150821 BBVA Las Tablas Herzog & Meuron 33522 por Javier, en Flickr

Tres Olivos Station



Metro Tres Olivos por Villagandes, en Flickr

Begoña Station



Begoña, Madrid por Kevin Pacheco, en Flickr

Chamartín Station



003 Estación Metro Chamartín Madrid por Jose Luis, en Flickr



Las torres de Madrid por jacinta lluch valero, en Flickr

Plaza de Castilla Station



00042 por N1nsu_t0rtu14, en Flickr



un giro teatral EXPLORE front page por Raúl Ruiz, en Flickr

Santiago Bernabéu Station



Metro Santiago Bernabeu. Un soir de match.... Real Madrid vs Sporting Club Lisbonne por Bruno, en Flickr



Santiago Bernabéu Stadium por André Moniz, en Flickr

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Today we will see the second part of line 10 of the Madrid Metro

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 10 Hospital Infanta Sofía - Puerta del Sur, 40 km - 31 stations (2)

What started as a secondary 'Suburbano' in 1961 has become one of Madrid's busiest cross-city lines in recent years. Line 10 certainly has the most interesting history having been rebuilt and extended several times.
The present line absorbed the former Line 8, which ran between Fuencarral and Nuevos Ministerios (later extended single-track to Avenida de América), it was then linked to the old Line 10 (Alonso Martínez - Aluche) via Gregorio Marañón, temporarily operated as a small-profile line, later the old tunnels were widened and the line extended to Puerta del Sur.

Nuevos Ministerios Station



Metro Nuevos Ministerios por César del Pozo, en Flickr



Madrid. Torre Europa. En segundo plano Torre Picasso. por José Manuel Azcona, en Flickr

Gregorio Marañón Station



Rollán visita la estación de Gregorio Marañón, una de las estaciones donde se llevará a cabo la segunda fase de sustitución del alumbrado por LED por Comunidad de Madrid, en Flickr



La Caixa por Rafa Gallegos, en Flickr

Alonso Martínez Station



Metro Alonso Martínez por mikineator, en Flickr

Tribunal Station



Metro Tribunal. Diseño de Palacios Ramilo. Calle Fuencarral. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr



Hospicio de San Fernando. Calle Fuencarral. Madrid por MADRIDLACIUDAD En mis fotos, en Flickr

Príncipe Pío Station



Centro comercial de Principe Pio por Sikun Sun, en Flickr



Renfe Viajeros - 269.604 con tren de los 80 pasando el viaducto de Principe Pio por Carlos, en Flickr

Lago Station



IMG_1143 por darren webb, en Flickr



El lago, Casa de Campo, Madrid. por Phil Flickr, en Flickr

Batán Station



Metro Madrid_M-7019_Batán_2014-09-12 por Patrick1977Bln, en Flickr

Casa de Campo Station



Vista de la estación de Casa de Campo (L5 y L10 de Metro de Madrid) por Villagandes, en Flickr

Joaquín Vilumbrales Station (city of Alcorcón)



Linea 10: Joaquín Vilumbrales por Juan Lupión, en Flickr

Puerta del Sur Station (city of Alcorcón)



Transporte. Día de la Coronación de Felipe VI (Madrid) por Juan Alcor, en Flickr

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Today Line 11 and Line R (Ramal) of the Madrid Metro



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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 11 Plaza Elíptica - La Fortuna, 6.5 km - 7 stations

The present Line 11 is the first section of what may one day become a long line from Leganés to Chamartín via Atocha Renfe (L1), Sainz de Baranda (L6, L9), Ascao (L7), Ciudad Lineal (L5), and Arturo Soria (L4).
As of yet, it is only linked to the circular Line 6. Though built to large profile from the start, it was operated with small-profile rolling stock (platforms had to be widened temporarily to cover the 25 cm gap) until its conversion to large profile on 20 Sept 2010.
In Dec. 2006 Line 11's length was doubled, when it was extended to the Carabanchel Alto neighbourhood.

Transport hub and station of Plaza Elíptica



Estação de Metro “Plaza Eliptica” - Madrid, Espanha por Revigres, en Flickr



Intercambiador multimodal de transporte de Plaza Elíptica por galio, en Flickr



Estação de Metro “Plaza Eliptica” - Madrid, Espanha por Revigres, en Flickr



Metro de Madrid - 8097 en Plaza Eliptica por Carlos, en Flickr

Carabanchel Alto Station



carabanchel alto por Jasper Visser, en Flickr



metro por architetto, en Flickr

La Peseta Station



idn3010 por ribot85, en Flickr

LINEA/LINE R Ópera - Príncipe Pío, 1.1 km - 2 stations

The 'Ramal' is considered a branch of Line 2, although it has always been operated as a separate shuttle line. It links the city centre to the former Estación del Norte, now the transport hub Príncipe Pío. The steep line is entirely double-track and operated with 4-car trains of class 2000.

Opera Station



Ópera Ramal por Victor J. Mota, en Flickr

Príncipe Pío Station



Metro de Madrid - 3000 en el Ramal Opera Principe Pio por Carlos, en Flickr



Serie 3000 en Príncipe Pío por Susana Beatriz Montesinos Torres, en Flickr

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We will see the first part of Line 12 of the Madrid Metro


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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 12 MetroSur, 41 km - 28 stations (1)

Madrid's second real circular line operates entirely outside the city of Madrid. It links the towns in the south of the metropolitan area. It runs totally underground, even through some still unpopulated areas. MetroSur is Madrid's longest line, the entire route having been opened at the same time.

Puerta del Sur Station - Alcorcón City



Green and Pleasant Land por James Scantlebury, en Flickr



Autumn in Madrid por James Scantlebury, en Flickr

Alcorcón Central - Alcorcón City



Alcorcón Central por Pilar F.G., en Flickr

Parque Oeste Station - Alcorcón City



2 minutes por Juan Soriano, en Flickr

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos Station - Móstoles City



URJC por Iván Ivelic, en Flickr



P1010015 por WalterFaber2008, en Flickr

Manuela Malasaña Station - Móstoles City



De Móstoles a Madrid por Caty, en Flickr



Manuela Malasaña por James Scantlebury, en Flickr



Metro Manuela Malasaña. por Julián Guerrero Molina-Prados, en Flickr

Hospital de Fuenlabrada Station - Fuenlabrada City



Hospital de Fuenlabrada por Alex Montero Esperón, en Flickr



Hospital de Fuenlabrada. Foto: L.A.G por TuZonaEs Información local, en Flickr

Parque de Europa Station - Fuenlabrada City



Metro Parque de Europa por Sergio, en Flickr



Estación Parque Europa (MetroSur) por Enrique Gómez, en Flickr

Parque de los Estados Station - Fuenlabrada City



Entrada del Metrosur de Parque de los Estados por Sergio, en Flickr

Conservatorio Station - Getafe City



Conservatorio por picaraza, en Flickr

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We finish with the Madrid Metro, second part of Line 12

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METRO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO, MADRID

LINEA/LINE 12 MetroSur, 41 km - 28 stations (2)

Madrid's second real circular line operates entirely outside the city of Madrid. It links the towns in the south of the metropolitan area. It runs totally underground, even through some still unpopulated areas. MetroSur is Madrid's longest line, the entire route having been opened at the same time.

Alonso de Mendoza Station - Getafe City



METRO ALONSO DE MENDOZA por Zoltan Enevold, en Flickr



Metro por Irene Poveda, en Flickr

Getafe Central Station - Getafe City



Estación Getafe Central por José Carlos DS, en Flickr



Paseo Nocturno por Getafe 9 por Antonio Tajuelo, en Flickr



2013-06-10 Madrid 139 por horserailroad, en Flickr

El Casar Statión - Getafe City



10 años ya! por Luis Manuel Franco, en Flickr

Juan de la Cierva Station - Getafe City



el metro de getafe por finger_paint, en Flickr

Los Espartales Station - Getafe City



Lluvia en Madrid por Antonio Tajuelo, en Flickr

Casa del reloj Station - Leganés City



Casa del reloj por Juan M. Casillas, en Flickr



La Cubierta de Leganés por David Callejo, en Flickr

Hospital Severo Ochoa Station - Leganes City



MetroSur L12, Hospital Severo Ochoa por mistrenets, en Flickr

Leganés Central Station - Leganés City



Leganés Central[ por David Martínez Gómez, en Flickr



Metro de Madrid por Daniel Sfarcich, en Flickr

San Nicasio Station - Leganés City



Las nuevas mamparas del metro de Madrid por Felipe García, en Flickr



Iluminación Navidad San Nicasio por Rafael Gómez, en Flickr

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We start now with the ML1 line of Madrid Metro Ligero

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METRO LIGERO DE MADRID/MADRID METRO LIGERO, MADRID

In northern Madrid, Metro Ligero line ML-1 is operated by a subsidiary of Metro de Madrid and connects Pinar de Chamartín metro station
(L-1 & L-4) to Las Tablas metro station (L-10) (5,4 km).
With five stations underground of a total of nine stations this is the most metro-like line.

Pinar de Chamartín Station



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Pinar de Chamartín por Ingolf, en Flickr



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Pinar de Chamartín por Ingolf, en Flickr



Madrid - Metro - Estación de Pinar de Chamartín por Ingolf, en Flickr

Fuente de la Mora Station --> (Cercanías C-1, C-7 and C-10)



Fuente de la Mora por Ricardo Ricote Rodríguez, en Flickr



Estación de Fuente de la Mora por Ricardo Ricote Rodríguez, en Flickr

Virgen del Cortijo Station



Madrid line ML1 129[ por Paul Haywood, en Flickr

Antonio Saura Stop



Light-rail in urban landscape por David van Keulen [#ExploreTheCity], en Flickr



Madrid - Metro Ligero - Línea ML 1 por Ingolf, en Flickr

Álvarez de Villamil Stop



Metro Ligero por Jesús M. Velasco, en Flickr



Madrid - Metro Ligero - Línea ML 1 por Ingolf, en Flickr

María Tudor Station



001925 - Madrid por M.Peinado, en Flickr



Metro Ligero ML1a por Ricardo Ricote Rodríguez, en Flickr

Palas de Rey Stop



Metro ligero - Palas de rey por extyner madrid, en Flickr

Las Tablas Stop



001927 - Madrid por M.Peinado, en Flickr



Metro ligero de Madrid - Las Tablas por manix_site/, en Flickr
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Today, The first part of the line C-2 of Cercanías (commuter railway)

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CERCANÍAS DE MADRID/MADRID CERCANÍAS (COMMUTER RAILWAY), MADRID

LINEA/LINE C-2 Guadalajara - Chamartín Railway Station, 64,5 km - 20 stations (1)

Cercanías C-2 line runs 64.5 km along the Henares River corridor of the Community of Madrid and part of the province of Guadalajara between the stations of Guadalajara and Chamartín passing through the Atocha station.

Guadalajara Station —> Guadalajara is the capital city of the province of the same name, in the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha. It would be included in the denomination "Greater Madrid", that would not be exactly the Metropolitan Area of Madrid. It is 56 kilometers from the Spanish capital.



120/365 Próxima estación: Guadalajara por Juan R. Velasco Pérez, en Flickr



Atardecer en Renfe Guadalajara por Luis Fu*k, en Flickr



Guadalajara, España por c0d1g0, en Flickr

Azuqueca de Henares Station (province of Guadalajara)



Renfe Cercanias Madrid - 446.050R + 446 en Azuqueca por Carlos, en Flickr

Meco Station (province of Guadalajara)



Estacion de renfe, meco por Adrián Sanz, en Flickr

Alcalá de Henares Universidad Station (city of Alcalá de Henares)



450 001M-002M Alcalá Universidad (+) jcs por ppcharly, en Flickr



Panorámica de los motores de la Escuela Politécnica Superior por Daniel Rocal, en Flickr

Alcalá de Henares Station (city of Alcalá de Henares) —> (Cercanías C7)



004642 - Alcalá de Henares por M.Peinado, en Flickr



0262-Alcalá de Henares-Madrid por Pedro Garcia, en Flickr

La Garena Station (city of Alcalá de Henares) —> (Cercanías C7)



002443 - Alcalá de Henares por M.Peinado, en Flickr



001835 - Alcalá de Henares por M.Peinado, en Flickr

Torrejon de Ardoz Station (city of Torrejón de Ardoz) —> (Cercanías C7)



Renfe Cercanias - 446.033R en Torrejon de Ardoz realizando un Civis por Carlos, en Flickr

San Fernando Station (city of San Fernando de Henares) —> (Cercanías C7) - From San Fernando, CIVIS is an express service that communicates directly with the Chamartin railroad station by a different route than the one that crosses through Madrid. This service works on certain trains and schedules



Estación de San Fernando de Henares por Marisol, en Flickr



Plaza de la Real Fábrica de Paños de San Fernando de Henares P1050438 por cmramirezl, en Flickr



Metro San Fernando por Quedalapalabra, en Flickr

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And now the second part of the C-2 line of Cercanías de Madrid

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CERCANÍAS DE MADRID/MADRID CERCANÍAS (COMMUTER RAILWAY), MADRID

LINEA/LINE C-2 Guadalajara - Chamartín Railway Station, 64,5 km - 20 stations (2)

Cercanías C-2 line runs 64.5 km along the Henares River corridor of the Community of Madrid and part of the province of Guadalajara between the stations of Guadalajara and Chamartín passing through the Atocha station.

Coslada Station (city of Coslada) —> (Cercanías C-7 & Metro 7)



Renfe Cercanias - 465.034 saliendo de la via 0 de Coslada por averia en las instalaciones por Carlos, en Flickr



Renfe Cercanias - 465.034 saliendo de la via 0 de Coslada por averia en las instalaciones por Carlos, en Flickr

Vicálvaro Station —> (Cercanías C-7 & Metro 9)



Estación por David Arroyo, en Flickr

Santa Eugenia Station —> (Cercanías C-7)



446 de serie alta en Santa Eugenia por McClane_E30, en Flickr

Vallecas Station —> (Cercanías C-7 & Metro 1)



Doble de buques por favor. por renfealvia, en Flickr

El Pozo —> (Cercanías C-7)



UT 446 en El Pozo por McClane_E30, en Flickr

Asamblea de Madrid-Entrevías Station —> (Cercanías C-7)



Cercanías Asamblea por César Caracuel, en Flickr




Estacion de Entrevias - Asamblea de Madrid por jacinta lluch valero, en Flickr

Atocha Station —> (Cercanías C-1, C-3, C-4, C-5, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 1)



Atocha cercanías por Antonio, en Flickr



Estación Atocha Cercanías por mario salinas, en Flickr



Atocha Cercanías por Kazuhito Kidachi, en Flickr

Recoletos Station —> —> (Cercanías C-1, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 4)



Salida: Cercanías a Guadalajara desde Recoletos por Alvaro Ortiz, en Flickr

Nuevos Ministerios Station —> (Cercanías C-1, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 6, 8, 10)



Renfe 450.019 en Nuevos Ministerios por Renfe-450, en Flickr

Chamartín Station —> (Cercanías C-1, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8, C-10 & Metro 1, 10)




Renfe Cercanías - 450 en Chamartín por Carlos, en Flickr



Chamartin por Luis Rosado, en Flickr

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