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Just Passing Thru: Lisboa Orientes Railway Station

DJ Fuzzyfelt begins our new series of itinerant encounters

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Bookshop complete with tomes in many languages
by DJ Fuzzyfelt, for outsideleft.com
Bookshop complete with tomes in many languages

Lisboa Orientes Railway Station...

Spending so much of my time in Portugal means I pass through Lisboa Orientes station a lot, and it is never less than amazing. 

The bookshop complete with tomes in many languages.
Surfboard seats.
Beautiful Station Canopy.
Even the lifts to the platforms have been thought about as something more than merely functional.

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Lift to the Platform

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Books in many languages

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Iconic Surfboard seats (there should be more of these, everywhere)

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Precursor to a journey

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Arrival

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Roofline

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Canopy


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DJ Fuzzyfelt

DJ Fuzzyfelt is a part time support worker, part time intinerant farm worker. Lover of music, megaliths, and magick.

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