The strongest loco in Israel, 3,300hp, one of a kind. A rare visitor to Haifa. Usually found hauling phosphate cargo in the Negev desert.
Array 35 covered with an ad to Macabi (an HMO), followed by array 7 with a deodorant ad.
One of three cogwheel locos serving on this narrow guage from Jenbach to Achensee Lake
Katyusha rocket hit! On the morning of July 16, 2006, a Katyusha rocket hit the Israel Railway depot in Haifa. Eight Israel Railway workers were instantly killed. All those tiny white dots are pel... (more)
Ex Egyptian Republic Railways No. 3329. Spoils of war (1967). Left in the Sinai desert. EMD serial #26362, built in 1961.
The Lod (Lydda), one the oldest cities in the land of Israel and a major railways yard since the early 20's century.
Northbound from Ben-Gurion International Airport all the way to Nahariyya. The Mediterranean Sea framing the picture on this sunny winter day.
This steam crane, used for lifting derailed trains, is from the days of the British Mandate (1917-1948) in this corner of the world. Notice the two "Palestine Rail" railroad cars in the background... (more)
Five arrays of IC3 from Beer-Sheva to Nahariyya
Southbound to Rishon Le'Zyyon on Friday Morning.
Give it a good clean, will you?
Pendolino - Tilting train. With a nice view of the Bolzano Station terminal and clock tower
A double-decker making its way South with downtown Haifa in the background and the "Rocket" building towering above.
Israel has the largest number of IC3 arrays outside their homeland: Denmark. Array number 09 is wearing a 350 sq. meters ad for Hyundai motors...
With Highway No. 1 in the background