The new Suburban "Sun Station" has been completed as the largest cave in the world soil with 207 meters long, 20 meters wide and 15 meters high.
The cavern of platforms on the surface is the largest in the world. In this issue has been conceived as a space on two levels: the lower and the upper platform, called 'mezzanine', which will facilitate the movement of passengers throughout the aircraft for access to the platform and the vestibule Station, where there will be a direct connection to the 1, 2 and 3 of Metro.
On each platform have been designed four pairs of escalators that connect the two levels. In addition, two fixed and two stair lifts, one at each end. According to De Santiago, the cavern has been built through an "orderly" process of excavation and concreting of successive galleries, made by traditional mining methods, which make up the outer shell of the cave, like a keel boat inverted.
This shell was built around the Atocha-Chamartin tunnel that previously had been excavated by a tunnel. Once completed, was empty at the interior of the cave, to demolish the tunnel lining and the enforcement against the reinforced concrete vault. To this end, in a first phase is dug two wells from which undertook the implementation of the cavern.
Nombre de archivo Imagen 276.jpg
Nombre del modelo de cámara FinePix S6500fd
Hora y fecha de disparo 05/07/2009 12:19:46
Tv (Velocidad de obturación) 1/85
Av (Valor de apertura) 2.8
Compensación de la exposición 0
Velocidad ISO 400
Tamaño de la imagen 2848x2136
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annjackman (20371) 2012-05-13 12:14
The contemporary structure with its clean lines and symmetry makes a fabulous photographic subject. Very well taken and presented. The distant people walking towards the vanishing point give scale and human touch.
Kind Regards, Ann
Suppiluliuma (3887) 2012-05-13 21:58
Perfect summetry, accentuated by the light bulbs meeting the corners on spot. Good note.
Sonata11 (33426) 2012-05-13 22:10
a fabulous shot, awesome!!! beautiful composition of perfect perspective. Wonderful presentation of this place flawlessly executed with fantastic light, sharpness and colors, amazing POV and great depth. Well done. Thanks for sharing.
All the best,
emka (82540) 2012-05-13 23:47
Bery interesting place that I missed :(. You achieved here fantastic depth with all these cionverging lines. The ma n in red although small, catches the eye at once.
have a beautiful day
Regards from Warsaw MAlgo
jjcordier (77818) 2012-05-13 23:54
Cet endroit ne pouvait pas échapper à l'amoureux des perspectives que tu es, l'effet étant renforcé par ces traits de lumière semblant se rejoindre à l'infini.
JFS (32459) 2012-05-14 0:30
Buenos días Manu!
Hoy nos traes una de esas perspectivas que te gustan tanto y que nos hacen disfrutar a otros tantos. Los reflejos, la luz y la produndidad hacen que la imagen sea muy impactante, me gusta la presencia humana que marca las dimensiones del lugar. Muy buena amigo!
npecanhuk (68118) 2012-05-16 18:52
Very interesting train station!
Very beautiful and attractive interior picture!
Management of light, chosen pov, colors and symmetrical composition are highlights here!
TFS - congrats,
macjake (58824) 2012-05-17 15:33
wow, thats an awesome structure!
I'm surprised you havn't photographed and posted this scene a long time ago :)
its great to see you using the long perspective lines coming out of the top 2 corners, thats perfect composition!
the subject itself is A+
- Copyright: Manuel Mayorga (ManuMay) (36047)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-07-05
- Categories: Daily Life, Transportation, Architecture
- Camera: Fujifilm S6500fd, FujiFilm xD Card 2GB, Kenko 58mm UV
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/84 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2012-05-13 9:55