In France, locomotive engineers allowed everything to hange out; their engine were voluptuaries of domes and tubes, a mass of unfathomable plumbing, and all of it on display like the working of the Pompidou Centre in Paris…

– Jonathan Glancey, The Train: An Illustrated History

Le Centre Pompidou, Paris

Le Centre Pompidou, Paris

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