Archives by Tag 'time-lapse'

Reading Station bridge replacement [time-lapse]

By Railway 2.0 - Last updated: Thursday, February 24, 2011

Thinking about slowness of some public works? Well, English Network Rail smashed (in pure British style) any suspect of soft-work with this time-lapse of a whole bridge replacement at Reading station. Over Christmas, 250 engineers worked around the clock to complete 16,000 hours of works. Everything was completed and the railway reopened on time for […]

Corona Subway Yard wakes up [time-lapse]

By Railway 2.0 - Last updated: Monday, November 15, 2010

Good time-lapse of Corona Subway Yard in Queens at dawn. The yard hosts trains for IRT Flushing Line in NYC. MTA NYC Transit’s Corona Subway Yard in Queens is home to the 7 subway fleet. Each weekday morning between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m., 27 trains leave Corona Yard to provide service to the Flushing […]

Replacing tramway junction in 12 minutes

By Railway 2.0 - Last updated: Friday, October 29, 2010

A time-lapse video, 12 minutes long, documenting a tramway junction replacement (lasted 3 days and a half) at Church and 30th St. intersection, San Francisco. Church and 30th St. San Francisco MUNI Construction from Ken Murphy on Vimeo. [via Lavagoneta and Tecnología Obsoleta]

Hiroshima’s trams in time-lapse

By Railway 2.0 - Last updated: Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Good way to enter the spirit of Japan (I’ll visit it next week), watching this nice time-lapse video of famous trams in Hiroshima. Enjoy (click on the image to open the video link)!