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graff on trains

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by timo, Nov 14, 2004.

  1. timo

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    graff on trains

    Discussion started by timo - Nov 14, 2004

    apart from Italy where else can you go in the world can you go and you can guarantee you are going to see some graff in transit, as I know in most countrys its getting harder and harder.
     
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  2. Hokus

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    Hokus - Replied Nov 14, 2004

    any country..if theirs a transit..there is gonna be writers finding ways to write on em
     
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  3. WRECKONIZE

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    WRECKONIZE - Replied Nov 14, 2004

    i think hes speaking of day to day not spotting a panel once a month
     
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    CACashRefund - Replied Nov 14, 2004

    Im pretty sure some latin american countries who have trains but dont have the infrastructure in place to properly clean them have had shit running for years, but alot of it isnt much to look at considering the development of style over there.
     
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  5. BANZ

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    BANZ - Replied Nov 14, 2004

    YEAH MEN, come down to Argentina or Brazil & check the transit here or go to Chile (Santiago) also & check the buses there...
     
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    T.T Boy - Replied Nov 14, 2004

    ive seen panels in every european country ive visited.
     
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  7. Fabo 2

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    Fabo 2 - Replied Nov 16, 2004

    you got to be pretty lucky to see something run in london now.
     
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    Rodney Trotter - Replied Nov 16, 2004

    The old Eastern Block countries seem to be a pretty good bet for catching lots of running steel, but you don't necessarily get the quality.

    The last couple of times I've been to Germany I've seen a few runners on the S-Trains too.
     
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    seven.13 - Replied Nov 17, 2004

    i saw loads of stuff running on brit rails ths summer. maybe i expected less, but seeing a panel a day was pretty good, nothing on the tube though.
     
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    imported_b0b - Replied Nov 17, 2004

    Hasn't Poland/Warsaw got loads running still?

    Other places that aren't crushed, but you might see a panel or two an hour are Amsterdam banana trains and the Belgian cimmuters.
     
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    imported_b0b - Replied Nov 17, 2004

    Yo I'm due to visit Brazil not too long in the future; which cities have transit running?
     
  12. sneak

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    sneak - Replied Nov 17, 2004

    i clocked a few things running on the banana trains in dam recently...
    few things layed up to.
     
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    BANZ - Replied Nov 17, 2004

    Yo I'm due to visit Brazil not too long in the future; which cities have transit running?
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    You got to check the main cities... you can get graff on other smaller cities, maybe better graff, but it's more massive on the biggest cities.
    I'm talking about Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina) & Sao Pablo (Brazil) i don't know very well de Brazil scene, but Sao P. is a good place to start, or isn't? :haha:

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    El Producto - Replied Nov 17, 2004


    quite a lot of stuff runs on commuters nowadays, its just that most of it is shit
     
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    raysin - Replied Nov 17, 2004

    ive been to adam quite a few times and ALWAYS saw things, many things for that matter, runnin on bananas, never on the sub tho=0(,,also in milano last year saw a handfull of panels on the subways, but traveling via the rails through europe ive always saw stuff just randomly in almost evry city, on the commuters of course,, such a fresh thing to see beeing from ny and having been on the ny subway system in its prime as a lil kid and being mezmorized by all the names on the inside n outside, to it being clean,,to see lots running is such a flashback and kind of brings me back to those days..
     
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