Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Fresh Facts VII: Taiwan's first bus route
One hundred years ago to the day, Taiwan's first public bus service was launched. It linked Taipei's railway station with Yuanshan (圓山) in the city's northwest. That neighbourhood is now best reached by the MRT's Red Line; attractions in that part of the capital include Dalongdong Baoan Temple and Taipei Confucius Temple.
Posted by Steven Crook... at 11:21 PM
Labels: getting around, history, Taipei
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