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by Alistair Mackay
There is a line in the Buenos Aires metro (called the “Subte”, short for subterráneo) that still uses the original carriages from when the Subte was built in 1913. (It was the first metro in Latin America and in the Southern Hemisphere). You could easily miss them, because that line also has the […]