• Orient Express
Orient Express - the famous passenger train class "luxury Christine" private company Orient-Express Hotels, who went between Paris and Constantinople since 1883. He is described in the novel by Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express."
In the world there are only 2 trains running in 1883. One of them is rust in Belgium. There we go.
The idea of "Orient Express" is owned by the Belgian Georges Nagelmakersu. In 1889, the train overcame the way from Paris to Constantinople, more than 3,000 km in 67 hours. (Photo by Brian Romeijn):
Later "Orient Express" began to call all European trains, luxury, whose single and double compartment decorated in Art Deco style. (Photo by Brian Romeijn):
Rusty ceilings, moth-eaten seat - all this looks impressive, nonetheless. (Photo by Brian Romeijn):
The cab driver. (Photo by Brian Romeijn):
The first Orient Express has left Paris and went to Vienna, October 4, 1883. (Photo by Brian Romeijn):
Orient Express - one of the two original trains, issued on the route in 1883. Belgium, 2016. (Photo by Brian Romeijn):