Paris, Ghost Metro Stations Convert to Social Areas: 133 miles (approximately 209 km) long railway line under the streets of Paris is one of the largest underground Metro systems in Europe. However, among them there are 16 units, abandoned and almost completely forgotten 'ghost stations'.
Some 'ghost stations' were evacuated immediately after the Nazi occupation, and others were never opened. With the new plans, these abandoned areas can be considered as swimming pools, night clubs or restaurants.
Abandoned London underground stations are converted into hydroponic farms, while their French counterparts are turned into successful social spaces. This restructuring was brought up by Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, the mayor of Paris. This candidate presented the visuals drawn by the two architects, who showed what the Arsenal station looked like after it was arranged.
Kosciusko-Morizet said that these designs are only examples of what can be done. He said that he would ask the people of Paris how best to fill these empty spaces if elected.
One of the recommendations includes a swimming pool where customers can swim from start to finish at the location of the railway line. The plans are presented by former Minister of Environment, Sustainable Development, Transport and Accommodation, and by the current mayor candidate, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet.
Among the proposed designs is a theater. The metro system of the French capital is one of the busiest metro systems in the world with its 303 station.
A dining hall-style restaurant was also created as a sample design. When it comes to a structure built underground, a number of health and safety factors emerge and it takes years for a number of conditions, including fire-related legislation, to be fulfilled.
This design is similar to the proposed hydroponic farms in London. Station, 2. In World War II, the Compagnie du chemin de fer métropolitain de Paris (CMP) was closed on 2 on September 1939 as a result of the mobilization movement of its employees. This station, which has never been restored, serves as a training center for CMP representatives today.
This plan allowed Arsenal to become one of the world's most famous galleries around the City of Lights. Paris's 4. This ghost station in the district is located between the stations of Bastille and Quai de la Rapée 5. it even ranks.
Due to its location underground, a nightclub would be a great solution for ghost stations. Platforms are places where city explorers will surely be visited, even though they are now out of reach of the public.