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Old May 9th, 2014, 01:00 AM   #461
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L10-Zona Franca-Litoral (aka Zona Franca-Sector A, working name -under construction)

This station will open later than the section Collblanc-Aeroport T1, in another phase.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 01:11 AM   #462
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L10-Zona Franca-Port (aka Zona Franca-Port Nou, working name -under construction)

This station will open later than the section Collblanc-Aeroport T1, in another phase.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 01:18 AM   #463
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L10-Zona Franca-Ecoparc (aka Zona Franca-ZAL, working name -under construction)

This station will open later than the section Collblanc-Aeroport T1, in another phase.

Here┤s where is located the access to the depot.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 01:28 AM   #464
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L10-Zona Franca-ZAL (aka Zona Franca-Nova ZAL, aka Zona Franca-Cotxeres, the three are working names -under construction)

This station will open later than the section Collblanc-Aeroport T1, in another phase.

The depot will be just beside the station, but the Access will be from the former station.

This will be the terminus of L10 for some time, until it is extended till its theoretical terminus at PolÝgoc Pratenc (but works for that haven┤t even started, it will take probably more tan one decade).

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 02:03 AM   #465
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L9/L10-SarriÓ (under construction)

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

Future interchange with FGC lines L6, S1, S2, S5, S55.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 02:12 AM   #466
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L9/L10-Mandri (under construction)

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

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L9/L10-El Putxet (under construction)

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

Future interchange with FGC line L7.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 02:26 AM   #468
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L9/L10-Lesseps (under construction)

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

Future interchange with L3.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.

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L9/L10-Sanllehy (under construction)

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

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L9/L10-Guinardˇ-Hospital de Sant Pau (under construction)

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

Future interchange with L4.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown, but in this case they are a few years old, since we can see the TBM, which is now at Lesseps station.

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Old May 9th, 2014, 02:54 AM   #471
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L9/L10-Plaša de Maragall (under construction)

Not to be mistaken with Maragall station on L4 and L5, this is located not far, but it┤s an entirely different station.

This station belongs to the central section between Zona UniversitÓria and Sagrera, and there is no date of opening, the works are halted, and the tunnel between Manuel Girona and Lesseps stations hasn┤t been bored yet.

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Old May 10th, 2014, 09:04 PM   #472
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L9-Aeroport T1 (under construction)

Future interchange with terminal T1 of the airport, and terminus.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.
I saw this station construction (Aeroport T1) more advanced than this 1 year ago...


By the way, all the new photos you posted are impressive. THANKS!!
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I saw this station construction (Aeroport T1) more advanced than this 1 year ago...
Note that I posted on each message "date in which the picture was taken: unknown".

The works are far more advanced by now, that┤s obvious. L9 between Collblanc and Aeroport T1 is almost finished.
And L10 between Gornal and Zona Franca-ZAL (which will open as a technical branch for the time being) is more and more advanced.

Word has it that the section Collblanc-Aeroport T1 could open by 2015, although the authorities claim that the section betweeen Zona UniversitÓria and Aeroport T1 won┤t open until 2016. We┤ll see...

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They┤re not bad, but they┤re not mine either, I just quoted the source.
I very rarely take pictures, I just don┤t have the hands for that.
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Old May 20th, 2014, 08:44 PM   #474
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L9/L10-Camp Nou (aka Campus Sud -under construction)

This station will open later than the section Collblanc-Aeroport T1, in another phase.

Future interchange with tramway lines T1, T2, T3.
The tram stop that will have the interchange with this metro station is currently called Avinguda de Xile, but it┤s likely that it will change its name once the metro station opens.

Despite its name, it will not be that close to the stadium, Collblanc (L5, L9/L10) and Palau Reial (L3) stations will be more or less at the same distance, it will depend on which part of the stadium you┤re going to.

Date in which these pictures were taken: unknown.
It may be a bit farther in distance as compared to Collblanc or Palau Reial but no doubt it will help redistribute the massive crowd from Camp Nou after each and every game. Perhaps it will have better walkways to accommodate the more than 80,000 crowds to/ fro the stadium compared to the current two?

Thanks for posting the photos!
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Barcelona metro airport link set for 2016 launch
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The president of Catalonia Mr Artur Mas visited the new section of Line 9 on June 4

THE Catalonian autonomous government has confirmed its intention to open a second section of its ambitious Barcelona Line 9/Line 10 metro project in the first half of 2016, connecting the south of the city with the two terminals at El Prat Airport.

The 15-station section runs entirely underground between Zona Universitaria and El Prat. It has a total length of 20km, and the two tracks run one above the other in a narrow tunnel for the first 4km, with a conventional, double-track tunnel for the remaining 16km.

The infrastructure will be operated as Line 9 and will allow passengers to reach Barcelona by rail from Airport Terminal 1 for the first time. A project put forward by the Spanish government to build a short extension of the existing suburban rail line, which terminates at El Prat Terminal 2, to serve Terminal 1 has stalled due to a lack of available funds.

The Catalonian government has explained that civil works on the metro line are mostly complete and has announced that the first tests with the Alstom Metropolis trains are due to begin at the end of this year. Testing of the line in automated and driverless modes will begin next year.

The total investment in the Line 9 airport link is €2.86bn and the line is expected to carry 23 million passengers per year.

Construction is also at an advanced stage on a branch off this new section, which will link Gornal with the Zona Franca logistics park. This will operate as part of Line 10, although the government has not disclosed when it is likely to open.

The new stretch of Line 9 will be severed from the existing section of the route in the north of city and is likely to remain so for some time, as plans to bore a tunnel between Zona Universitaria and Sagrera have been postponed as a result of deficit constraints.

The initial phase of Lines 9 from Sagrera to Can Zam opened in late 2009, while the first section of Line 10 to Gorg was inaugurated in April 2010. The two lines serve 12 stations and have a total length of 11km.

The lines were the first in Spain to feature full automated train operation (Grade of Automation or GaO 4) and were constructed at a cost of €1.47bn.

When Line 9 trains reach El Prat in 2016 the total length of Line 9/Line 10 will be 31km with 27 stations.

When the link between Zona Universitaria and Sagrera is finally completed the route will be 50km long with 54 stations. The total cost of the overall Line 9/Line 10 project is estimated to be €5.95bn
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I think in 2016 this metro route will be inaugurated.
It should be opened since 2004...
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I can imagine how hard it is to build metro under such a dense urban area of historic cities.
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I can imagine how hard it is to build metro under such a dense urban area of historic cities.
Difficult. But the most difficult thing is Barcelona soil... Very different in every area of the city: some areas with solid rock, some areas soft and full of water, some areas with clays, others with sandy clays...

Anyway all this is not a pretext!
The whole line had to be finished in 2004, but now it is not expected before 2030...
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Bitxofo is right. Soil are important modifier. In rocky soil there no big deal, what's up there, especially for deep metros. In soft - it matters a lot.
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