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BEia0475
BEia0475
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:42:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'26"N - 4°24'29"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0476
BEia0476
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:42:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'26"N - 4°24'29"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0477
BEia0477
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:48:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0479
BEia0479
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:50:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0480
BEia0480
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:53:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0481
BEia0481
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:54:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0482
BEia0482
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:54:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0483
BEia0483
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:54:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0478
BEia0478
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:49:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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Mexicobrug
Mexicobrug
  • Author: Tim Boric Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-11 15:52:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'12"N - 4°24'32"O
  • Lijn 24 op de Mexicobrug in het havengebied van Antwerpen. Achter het bedieningshuis bevinden zich twee rolbasculebruggen uit 1936 (rechts) en 1941. De linker brug was oorspronkelijk een spoorbrug. De rechter brug is pas recent een trambrug geworden als onderdeel van het nieuwe traject naar het Havenhuis, dat in december 2019 in gebruik is genomen door lijn 24. (Op het traject naar de Melkmarkt rijdt sindsdien alleen nog lijn 11) A PCC tram set on Mexico bridge in the harbour area of Antwerp. Behind the controlling house are two rolling bascule bridges from 1936 (right) and 1941. The left bridge carried originally railway track. The right bridge got tramway tracks only recently, as part of the new branch to Havenhuis (Harbour house). This section of the network is operated since December 2019 by route 24, rerouted from Melkmarkt (which is only served by route 11 now)
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Lineas 513-10 Ekeren
Lineas 513-10 Ekeren
  • Author: TreinFoto België Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-05 19:23:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°16'7"N - 4°26'9"O
  • Eventjes vluchten uit de koude wintermaanden en terugspringen naar de afgelopen zomer. Toen stonden we bijna dagelijks langs het spoor, omwille van het (meestal) goede weer. De eerste week van juli zie je de meeste leerlingen van het secundair onderwijs genieten van vakantie. Dat was buiten mij gerekend, want ik wilde graag mijn theoretisch examen afleggen voor de auto op vrijdag 5 juli. De dag voordien – 4 juli – voorspelde men goed weer in de namiddag, na mijn examen dus. 5 juli was aangebroken. Normaal gezien ging ik met mijn moeder na het examen naar Ekeren trekken om de goederentreinen in een mooi avondlicht te fotograferen. Op die manier zouden we een ladder hebben, wat altijd een surplus is! Helaas voelde mijn moeder zich niet goed en werd de trip richting Antwerpen gestaakt... of toch niet!? De ladder ging gewoon na mijn theoretisch examen mee de trein op. Mijn moeder zette me na mijn geslaagd examen af in Leuven omdat ze daar moest zijn. Met de ladder werd er dan per trein richting Ekeren afgereisd. In Antwerpen-Noorderdokken toegekomen werd er met de ladder richting de welbekende 'bocht van Ekeren' gestapt, waar ik had afgesproken met mijn (ook toekomstig) collega Noach. De bewolking was bijna helemaal verdwenen, maar we zaten heel de avond op de rand van een wolkenformatie, wat zeer ambetant was. We kregen ondertussen een berichtje dat de intervormingstrein uit Kinkempois naar Antwerpen door de mooie 513-10 van Lineas werd gereden. Dit betekende bijgevolg dat deze locomotief ook met de terugkerende last richting Luik zou rijden. Dit allemaal maakte de avond al goed! Deze locomotief is namelijk niet eenvoudig te fotograferen, omdat deze regelmatig verhuurd wordt aan HSL Logistik in Duitsland. De trein zou daarenboven ook maar op een stuk van 400 meter goed met de zon rijden. Geen wonder dat wij daar stonden! De ladder werd opengeklapt en het wachten kon beginnen! Ondertussen was de heenrit al opgereden, dus lang zou het niet meer duren. Anderhalf uur en twee treinen van Crossrail later kregen we bericht dat de trein mocht vertrekken. We keken even naar de lucht en zoals heel de avond al zat de zon op het randje... maar als hij lang genoeg weg zou blijven, zou het kunnen lukken met de zon. Even later zat de trein al aan de Y.Schijn. De sluierwolken trokken weg en eindelijk was hij daar, de geliefde zon. Op het juiste moment brak de zon erdoor en daagde Lineas ook op. Een dik uur later verstopte de zon zich achter de bomen en gingen we met een blij gezicht naar huis! Op de foto passeert Lineas 513-10 met intervormingstrein 52401 de fotografen ter hoogte van Ekeren richting Berchem en Kinkempois-Formation. Daar wordt deze trein met verspreid vervoer opgesplitst in verschillende treinen die elk hun aparte bestemming hebben. Zo gaan de 6 gasketelwagens achter de loc naar Prayon in Engis. vrijdag 7 juli 2019 [Z52401]: Antwerpen-Noord bundel C1 > Kinkempois-Formation Press Z to zoom and L to view in light box.
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Port Architecture, Antwerp, Belgium
Port Architecture, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Author: AdelheidS Photography Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-15 17:27:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'25"N - 4°24'27"O
  • This stunning building housing the Antwerp Port Authority, is a remarkable work of architecture designed by British/Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid. The lower part was a disused fire station. The building is meant to "symbolise the dynamic, reliable, ambitious and innovative nature" of the Port of Antwerp (Wikipedia). Earlier I posted a photo of a work by the same architect, in Baku: www.flickr.com/photos/adelheids-pictures/34039577010
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Testing the new Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 DG DN on the Sony A9ii
Testing the new Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 DG DN on the Sony A9ii
  • Author: Red Cathedral [FB theRealRedCathedral ] Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-07 14:09:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'45"N - 4°25'2"O
  • And it has the focusing speed of native lenses. Good job Sigma!
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Antwerpen, Havenhuis.
Antwerpen, Havenhuis.
  • Author: What's Around Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-01 19:43:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'25"N - 4°24'21"O
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Antwerpen, Havenhuis.
Antwerpen, Havenhuis.
  • Author: What's Around Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-01 20:37:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'25"N - 4°24'26"O
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