5. Haxo

Haxo-Paris-Abandoned Metro Station-SubwayPhoto by Gonioul via Wikimedia Commons

Like Porte Molitor, Haxo was never officially in use by passenger trains, nor does it have street-level entrances. Located in the 19th arrondisement, it was constructed during the 1920s between the 3bis and 7bis lines to connect Place des Fêtes to Porte des Lilas. Haxo is much more heavily graffitied compared to Molitor, but it was used to showcase a new subway car model in 1993. [Both images by Gonioul via Wikimedia Commons].

Haxo-Paris-Abandoned Metro Station-Subway-GraffitiPhoto by Gonioul via Wikimedia Commons