Passenger liner

Passenger liner
Passenger liner: ship used to transport passengers.
Stern: rear part of a ship.
Terrace: flat, open air area.
Life boat: small boat used in emergencies.
Stack: device used for expelling smoke.
Radar: apparatus that detects objects through the use of microwaves.
Masthead light: light at the top of the mast.
The bridge: raised platform from which a boat is commanded.
Prow: front part of a boat.
Anchor: steel or iron hook, attached to the ship by a chain, that holds the ship in place by hooking it to the bottom of a body of water.
Hawsehole: opening in the front of the ship for cables and chains.
Bulwark: protective rim of the upper deck.
Airshaft: sheet metal conduit used to ventilate the hold and between-decks.
Porthole: small, round, thick, watertight window of a boat.

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EN : Metro station
FR : Station de Métro
ES : Estación del metro


Metro stations, more so than railway and bus stations, often have a characteristic artistic design that can identify each stop. Some metro station are famous for the beautiful architecture and public art in their metro systems.

Animation : Queen Mary 2

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