Journey stories III March 14, 2011March 14, 2011 | Ula DART is an acronym for Dublin Area Rapid Transport. Basically it’s a train line that goes north-south along the coast and through the Dublin City centre. I actually love the name “DART”, it’s a pretty nifty word game. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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“DART”? Thank God that there is no such thing here in Frankfurt! ;-)
Well, if it’s BART in Bay Area and DART in Dublin, what would it be in Frankfurt? ;-)
(But seriously, we do have this, just with less catchy name).
But wouldn’t it be a totally different acronym in Germany?
I tried to take a photo at my local train station last month but the Queensland government apparently has a policy that if you have a big camera (read DSLR) you are not allowed to take photos at the train station. It is apparently OK for you to use a point and shoot though. I must be a terrorist because I use a DSLR. http://capturedinablink.wordpress.com/
That’s ridiculous O_o
Here in San Francisco, we call our train system, ‘BART,’ or the Bay Area Rapid Train System. I think I like the name, ‘DART,’ better for a train system. I hope yours is speedier than ours!
I seriously doubt it O_o. It’s relatively reliable, though, in comparison to buses.
‘DART’ is, indeed, a good name for a train. From what I remember (I used it one week few years back), it was rather ok.
A simple and very effective shot. I like it.
Interesting perspective – I like this a lot… I might want to do something like this… hmmm…
True, “DART” is a pretty cute name for train transport!