notes from an urban hibernation

Paris : Simon Cutts & Erica Van Horn

The Porte Walks

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In the main, the Portes lie clustered on the North, East and South sides of the city, with a scattering to the West. A certain license of interpretation has been taken in forming the project, like the presence of a nearby metro station to disembark from and begin the walk,  the availability of roads rather than rail tracks! This note presents a checklist as the outline of the project, and individual entries may follow in the order of the walks undertaken.  Approximate positions on the clock are given.

1. Porte de Clignancourt 11.45 / 2.Porte de la Chapelle 12.00 /  3.Porte d’Aubervilliers 12.10 /4.Porte de la Villette 1.00/ 5.Porte de Pantin 1.30 / 6.Porte du Pré St. Gervais 2.00 / 7. Porte des Lilas 2.30 / 8. Porte de Bagnolet 3.00 / 9.Porte de Montreuil 3.30 / 10. Porte de Vincennes 3.45 / 11.Porte de St. Mande 3.50 /12. Port Dorée 4.00 / 13. Porte de Charenton 4.15 / 14.Porte d’Ivry 5.00 / 15. Porte de Choisi 5.10 / 16. Port d’Italie 5.45 / 17. Porte de Gentilly 6.10 / 18. Porte d’Arcueil 6.45 / 19. Porte d’Orleans  6.50 / 20.Porte de Chatillon 7.00 / 21.Porte de Vanves 7.30 / 22. Porte de Brancion 7.40 / 23.Porte de la Plaine 7.45  / 24. Porte de Versailles 8.00 / 25. Porte de Sevres 8.05 / 26. Porte du Garigliano 8.30 / 27. Porte de St. Cloud 8.40 / 28. Porte Molitor 8.50 / 29. Porte d’Auteuil 8.55 / 30. Porte de Passy 9.00 / 31. Porte de la Muette 9.30 /32. Porte Dauphine 10.00 / 33.Porte Maillot 10.30 / 34. Porte de Ternes 10.40 / 35. Porte de Champerret 10.50 / 36. Porte de Courcelles 10.55 / 37. Porte d’Asnieres 11.00 / 38. Porte de Clichy 11.15 / 39. Porte de St. Ouen 11.30 SC

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