- Athens Metro Line 2, Athens, Greece
- Barcelona metro line 1, Barcelona, Spain
- M3 Line (Bucharest Metro), Bucharest, Romania
- Red Line (Luas), Dublin, Ireland
- Kholodnogorsko-Zavodskaya Line, Kharkov, Ukraine
- Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska Line, Kiev, Ukraine
- Central Line, London, England
- Lyon Metro Line A, Lyon, France
- Line 2 (Madrid Metro), Madrid, Spain
- Line M1 - Milan Subway (Metropolitana di Milano), Milan, Italy
- Avtozavodskaya Line, Minsk, Belarus
- RER A, Paris, France
- Line C (Prague Metro), Prague, Czech Republic
- Kirovsko-Vyborgskaya Line, Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Red Line (Stockholm Metro), Sweden
- Tyne and Wear Metro of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (Former line)
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“In America the cohesion was a matter of choice and will. But in Europe it was organic.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“We are participants, whether we would or not, in the life of the world.... We are partners with the rest. What affects mankind is inevitably our affair as well as the nations of Europe and Asia.”
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