Archive for the ‘Phantom Train Stations’ Category

Molitor, the Last of Paris’ Abandoned Metro Stations

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Squeezed between a train and the tunnel wall, just poking our heads over the level of the platform, all four of us eyed off the security camera at the far end of the phantom station. We had made it this far and we weren’t stopping now, this is Paris’ most converted abandoned metro station – Molitor.

Samuel Marshall at Molitor


Croix Rouge and Arsenal, Phantom Metro Stations – Paris, France

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

I’m that filthy guy in the metro people look at with mild contempt. Not a problem, I know it’s hard to understand why I’m covered in grime. But I’m that way because I don’t just wonder what is down those dark tunnels… I find out for myself.

Platform - Abandoned Metro Station Croix Rouge, Paris


Champ De Mars, Phantom Metro Station – Paris, France

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

The second of the elusive Parisian ghost stations to appear on this site. After a few obsessive attempts, I was finally lucky enough visit this great location and take a few photos. Enjoy.

Ghost train - Champ de mars, Paris metro


St Martin, Phantom Metro Station – Paris, France

Friday, February 1st, 2008

St Martin, the most interesting of several phantom metro stations in Paris, two levels, four platforms, active lines and rarely seen relics of a forgotten time in the Paris metro’s history.

Abandoned Metro Station St Martin, Paris