Birmingham Transportation

  • Crossing the ocean with DA
    Crossing the ocean with DA
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  • Taste the world-enjoy it with some good friends
    Taste the world-enjoy it with some good...
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  • Delta airline experience
    Delta airline experience
    by Luchonda

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    by galaxyrain Written Jan 23, 2009

    Birmingham is a bit limited as far as city transportation goes. Unless you are only visiting in the downtown area, I would suggest renting a car. The outskirts of Birmingham are not convienently accessed to downtown via public transportation.

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    by cjg1 Written Apr 27, 2006

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    My first experience with this town was arriving on the train from New Orleans. I had had a wonderful circle journey around the country. And this was to be my last stop. Actually I was going to Gadsden but this was the chosen point of arrival.

    If GWB: World Order Killer doesnt destroy Amtrak I highly recommend you use this method.

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    Delta airline

    by Luchonda Updated Oct 27, 2005

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    Delta Airline has some financial problems - we known, but the time schedule and service on board was correct, on a flight of about 9 hours.Thx ladies and stewards, not to forget the captain.
    Other Pic: The American speedways - respecting speed limits
    A lot of trucks - crossing the huge provinces in the USA
    The picture of the chicken truck reminds me at the Albert Hammond song :
    "A train a train - a chicken train, oh yeah"
    BTW - did you know that Hammond wrote songs for Celion Dion !
    The main picture is showing how it looks outside, a pic taken by Nicky - at minus degrees-like it's usual whenever getting at heights of 10km above the earth - the other picture is showing how to enjoy your flight by reading travelling books and tasting apetizers

    Crossing the ocean with DA Delta airline experience The chicken truck Wynfrey's private limo Taste the world-enjoy it with some good friends
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    You'll need a car

    by BamaJed Updated May 5, 2005

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    You will need a car to get around Birmingham. There is a bus system here, but the routes are few, and the service slow. There are main East - West and North - South roads through the city. Avoid rush hour ( 7 - 9 AM and 4-6 PM) and heading South on Friday.

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    Ride the Circulator Dart in Downtown Birmingham

    by RhondaRuth Updated Apr 29, 2003

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    The downtown area Dart Circulator, is the perfect solution for getting around Birmingham's downtown and Southside areas. The fleet of vintage trolleys run seven days a week 10:00 am to midnight. There are three interchangeable routes that passengers can transfer from one route to the other. Great for quick trips and destinations in the city. Pick up the System Map and Guide or go to their website for a printable schedule and map.

    Ride the Dart

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