The Israel Railways IC3 trains come from ABB Scandia. A driver's cab that can be folded away not only enables multiple units to be coupled, but also enables the entire train to pass through. The v... (more)
The IC3 is a Danish-built high-comfort medium/long distance diesel multiple-unit train. The sets were built by ABB Scandia (later purchased by Adtranz, which itself was subsequently acquired by Bo... (more)
DSB DMU IC3 heads south (right) to Hamburg over the Nord-Ost See (Kiel) Canal, which is known as Rendsburg high bridge in northern Germany. An empty container ship comes acoss the train at the rig... (more)
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)
Five arrays of IC3 from Beer-Sheva to Nahariyya
5 units of IC3 train-sets heading south to Tel-aviv.
Northbound service from Beer-Sheva to Nahariyya, from the Negev Desert to the Galilee Mountains in a bit more than 3h. Here, between the cotton fields and the fish ponds of Kibbutz Maagan Michael,... (more)
Four arrays of IC3 crossing the Kurkar (sand & lime stone) ridge North of Atlit, near Haifa
At the foot of Mount Carmel. Ex Swedish Railways No. 1386. Named in Sweden "Wilhelm Wendt". In Israel Railways service since March, 2005.
Array 35 covered with an ad to Macabi (an HMO), followed by array 7 with a deodorant ad.
Array 02 is named after Joseph (Genesis 49:22).
Ex Swedish Railways array no. 1374, named "Rutger McLean". Only recently purchased by Israel Railways, in service since June 5, 2005!
A single array of ic3 Southbound to Hof Hacarmel Station
As 7029 was exiting the station to the North, 7010 was entering, serving as the 05:12pm direct train to Tel-Aviv
Array 14 serving the "Suburbs Line" leaving North on the backdrop of the Haifa Port huge cranes.