Station / Estación # 28: Chabacano

He pasado por Chabacano muchas veces y también he cambiado de tren varias veces aqui pero esto fue la primera vez que salí de la estación.

Más que nada lo que me llamo la atención era el arte callejero.

También hay un distrito de impresión y bordado.  La serigrafía es una especialidad de muchos de los negocios.

Aprendí que al parecer a Homero le gustan los tacos, cuando en México….

Unas vidrieras lindas también dan un toque bueno al distrito.

I have travelled through or changed trains at Chabacano many, many times but this was the first time that I ventured to the other side of the turnstiles.

It is the street art around the area that really caught my attention more than anything else.

There is also a busy printing and embroidery district with serigraphy a speciality of many businesses.

I learnt that Homer seemingly doesn’t mind a taco- when in Mexico…..

Some nice stained glass windows are a diversion as well.

2 thoughts on “Station / Estación # 28: Chabacano

  1. I’ve passed through Chabacano countless times on Line 2 but have only alighted once or twice. What I recall is one of the most labyrinthine transfer corridors and a general feeling of skeeviness about the place. But I feel that way about this stretch of Tlalpan in general….

  2. Pingback: Station / Estación # 119: Puebla | MEXICO CITY METRO PROJECT

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