I'm in the wrong train? This question should have put some ICE-guest, as he arrived at the Munich Central station. An image of the display appeared now.
Munich - "of Course the abuses of power in the Deutsche Bahn not betting, but if you smile-was it worth it": What an unknown User formulates a picture of the Munich-based Central station , is likely to speak to many Zugpendlern from the soul.
Munich: curious ICE-photo of the station
surfaced Recently reached a ICE from Berlin the Bavarian capital. And apparently, the station staff was willing to prepare the passengers a little joy. "When I'm out, changed the display," says one who wanted to share his experience of the users of the Social Media App yodel.
In its Park position, the ICE was referred to at the main station in Munich* as a "the Hogwarts Express" . Also from the Harry-Potter -books and -films well-known platform 9 3/4 , reference was made to the digital display.
Fans of the young adult novel series by the English author Joane K. Rowling be it know-how: every year Harry Potter and his friends take a train from platform 9 3/4 to the fictional wizard boarding school to Hogwarts. To start the Crux of the matter: from the train station of King's Cross in London , brings pitfalls with it. Because platform 9 3/4 is located behind an invisible Portal between the tracks 9 and 10 are hidden. If you miss the magic window of time, you must expect a bumpy impact on the wall.
Munich Central station: Many Harry Potter Fans at the Deutsche Bahn? User "is defined to"
we Wanted to find a Parallel to an instance of maladministration in the case of the Deutsche Bahn: it's Not always commuters have a race with your desire to make progress - more punctuality or Wi - Fi in the trains for example-open doors.
A yodel-users commented, however, appeasingly: "Are also only people in the train". And, apparently, there are some Harry Potter Fans, because another User claimed: "I work as an engineer in the DB, and I) in the context of my ICE-4-training, this Text (the Hogwarts Express, ed.entered“.
The city of Munich will convert a number of streets this summer, in pedestrian zones* or traffic-calmed areas. The city Council decided.
The Munich Central station gets a lot of reviews on the Internet*. Every day he sees thousands of travelers and give their opinion.
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