average poles without function in naples...http://www.attu.it/media/33_napoli_garibaldi/img/01.jpg
AlekseyVT from skyscrapercity
June 15, 2011. "Nonexistent Metro" exhibition opens for passengers:
Metro stations design images that never got implemented are now on public display at the Metro Gallery at "Vystavochnaya" ("Exhibition") station. The exhibition organized by Moscow Metro and "Metrogiprotrans" opened on June 15, 2011.
"Metrogiprotrans", in former times known as "Metroproject" was set up back in 1930-ies to do the design of Moscow Metro stations. Although it boasted the best architects of the time, none of them had experience in designing of Metro stations. As a result, one task was assigned to several workshops and the best design of the station was later selected by a special commission. The other designs were put in the archive only to be studied by specialists and young architects searching for inspiration from the works of their colleagues. Today, some of these works are on public display in the Metro Gallery which is free and open for visitors every day.
Station "Vystavochnaya" ("Exhibition") was opened at Line 4 on September 10, 2005. The first photo exhibition in Moscow Metro was opened at this station on December 23, 2005. The themes of the previous exhibitions:
1) December 23, 2005 - "Presentation of the world" (author - Yury Rost);
2) May 15, 2006 - "Birds" (author - Yury Rost);
3) December 25, 2006 - "Ice" (author - Yury Rost);
4) February 29, 2008 - "Island of people" (about Iceland, author - Yury Rost);
5) May 15, 2009 - "Young and Famous" (based on photo archives);
6) May 13, 2010 - "Paris-Moscow" (about Paris Metro, based on photo archives).http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qquDNPd-l4o&feature=player_embedded