This nicely red and round tram, designed in 1960 in Prague, is what I take almost every day. Both cursed and beloved, the first for presenting the most ordinary everyday life, the second for being unique and pretty. It has seats of beautiful shape, very sixties ... and terrible to sit on.
Picture of the seats comes from here.
Don't be mistaken that the discarded types of trams end up on scrap heap. Golden Czech hands, somebody would say. These two bellow are garden houses, the last one is a beehive. The second one appeals to me personally (perhaps because of the trees in blossom around).
Masarykovo nádraží v Praze. The second biggest railway station after the main station. Might disappear from the Earth surface in few decades. Somebody would like to build on lucrative areas in the heart of Prague.