GRAFFITI – Trains in Belgrade

A very large and busy coach station stood next to a rather desolate and empty train station in Serbia’s capital city – Belgrade.
The bleak train station was lacking in any colour and character so it was quite a surprise to notice that the single train on a platform was covered in some colourful graffiti.
Belgrade, Serbia
Graffiti Belgrade, Serbia
Graffiti Belgrade, Serbia
Graffiti Belgrade, Serbia
Graffiti Belgrade, Serbia
This train was totally covered from end to end with tags, names and colourful faces. Some of it seems to have been there for a few years with the local authorities not taking any action to remove it. This was reflected across the whole of Belgrade where graffiti littered the whole city.
Graffiti Belgrade, Serbia
Graffiti Belgrade, Serbia
As now featured on Not Guilty Magazine website at:-


3 Responses to “GRAFFITI – Trains in Belgrade”

  1. Hi Lee,
    Just wanted to give you a heads up that we like the blog, and featured it on our site today!

    The Cardiffian


  1. GRAFFITI – Belgrade, Serbia | DJ Leekee Online - April 19, 2013

    […] Here a rather bleak looking park totally covered in snow was only brightened up with this really colourful piece – does anyone know what the text says? Nowhere could escape the graffiti and my greatest find was this train in the Belgrade train station. Sat amongst a recent dump of snow it was time to get every carriage – check out the link below for all the photos. […]

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