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The Beauty of Transport

Transport design, transport architecture, and transport's influence on art and culture. Part travelogue, part history, all transport (but sometimes tangentially so).

  • By Daniel Wright
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly four posts per year

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2021 4
2022 6
2023 5
2024 0

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

High Speed at High Speed (Tianjin West station, China)
In scale and speed of construction, Tianjin West seems almost impossible – especially when viewed from Britain. It is, therefore, the perfect embodiment of China’s high speed rail network, on which the station can be …
On , by dwtransportwriting, 65 words
Chemical Attraction (Hackney Wick station, London, UK)
It is hard to overstate the impact Hackney Wick station makes on a visitor, as well as the unexpectedness of it doing so. Reopened in 2018 after a complete rebuild, it is one of the …
On , by dwtransportwriting, 63 words
Clean Lines and Integrated Transport (Florastrasse transport hub, Adliswil, Switzerland)
The thing about Switzerland’s affordable, hyper-reliable, hyper-integrated and hyper-ubiquitous public transport system is that the regard in which its phenomenal operational expertise is held can overshadow the architectural successes it also demonstrates. Even when transport …
On , by dwtransportwriting, 66 words