12 thoughts on “Transportation in Berlin

  1. what a lovely collection of transportation – and of Berlin. looks like i’ve missed a number of your Berlin posts. am on a semi-hiatus but will definitely have to come to check them out later.
     
    i have fond memories of a visit there a number of years ago, long before i had a digital camera. a most memorable place. i especially remember my visit to the Pergamom Museum. what a fascinating place that was!
     
    thanks for sharing 🙂

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    • Thanks Kris. So good to see you snd thanks for writing. I understand about hiatus.glad the photos triggered good memories of your visit.

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  2. Lots of wonderful options but I would probably choose walking. That’s what I do here and that’s what I’d do in Berlin.

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  3. Love all types of vehicles. The stabilizer wheels on the front of the mail carrier bicycle were interesting and make sense with the weight in the front. The antigue limouine is a work of art. I wonder about the history of it. I noticed that the please do not touch message on the carpet is in english. I looked for some vintage volkswagens. We had a 1970 volkswagen convertible. It was our first new car. We had a lot of fun with it. We traded it in on a 1976 volkswagen rabbit. We did not like it as much. Now I am taking space free associating. Really enjoying your photos.

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