Israel's 57th Independence Day. The national flag and the Silo's flag up on the bridge.
The Haifa-Kiryat Motzkin line
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
This steam crane was used for lifting derailed trains at the service of Israel Railways, it had been ESR 19007 manufactured by Cowans Sheldon in 1950 ( works no. 9319 ). Railroad: Israel RailwaysLocomotive: Cowans&SheldonLocation: Haifa, IsraelLocomotive #: C-30-1Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: March 31, 2005
Array 14 serving the "Suburbs Line" leaving North on the backdrop of the Haifa Port huge cranes.
Notice the little Fairmont on the parallel track. Click Here to see the Fairmont speeder in detail.
Renumbered as 841 since August, 2005 as part of Israel Railway effort to give all it's locomotive equipment unique identifiers.
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.
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...
The southbound train from Haifa Merkaz to Ben-Gurion Airport. The weight of this loco, as seen in the small white lettered inscription, is 89,500kg.
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)