πŸŽ™οΈ Observations on the Paris Metro…. from inside the Metro

Forget the studio this week, we’re heading into the Metro system.

Yes, I’m joined by podcaster Luke Thompson from Luke’s English PodcastΒ to take Line 2 around town while recording an episode about the subway system itself.

That’s him in the pic above, investigating one of his favourite features of the Metro.

And did we time it right so Corey Frye gets on the train as Luke gets off? Listen below to find out.

But before you listen – donate for a ticket to the season finale and Xmas party on Dec 13th – or just donate if you have enjoyed the past two seasons of The Earful and want to see more πŸ™‚

To answer some of the unanswered questions from the episode:

1. Colonel Fabien is named after Pierre Georges, one of the two members of the French Communist Party who perpetrated the first assassinations of German personnel during the Occupation of France during the Second World War.

2.Β The fire at the Couronnes station was in 1903, and killed 84 people.

3. The link to our previous story on the Metro – 30 things about the Paris Metro that even Parisians don’t know.

And here are some pictures of the things we mentioned:

Here’s the hole in the Metro seats:IMG_2646

Here’s the mystery tap near the entrances:IMG_2648

Here’s a look at the Blue Line we were travelling on (Line 2).

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Here’s Luke and myself:

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And here’s me with the Prince of the Paris Pavement:

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And lastly, here’s a preview for the season finale…..

3 thoughts on “πŸŽ™οΈ Observations on the Paris Metro…. from inside the Metro

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  1. Wow, nice episode, this is my first time here (i’m a LEPster), great episode about metro, I would choose to spend all day in line 9 cause it looks new and you have phone signal almost in every stop and also line 1 cause it’s the tourist line.

    cheers

    πŸ™‚

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