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My reaction to this video was damn, those Paris Metro trains wait for a LONG time at stations.

Not counting any sort of delay (large crowds after events or the 10 minute transfer hold late at night) I think the only place you might be able to do this between one station and the next is Gallery Place (9th & G) and Metro Center (11th & G). I'm not even sure how feasible that is - as someone pointed out, even these stations are much deeper than the Paris Metro (which is basically right under the street).

by MLD on Jan 28, 2013 9:12 am • linkreport

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