This Northbound service to Nahariya is passing under the Israel Railways Museum bridge. Notice the spray on the windshield, the engineer turned on the wiper just as he passed by.
A double-decker making its way South with downtown Haifa in the background and the "Rocket" building towering above.
In the background, a French Carel Fouche passenger railcar built for SNCF in the late 50's. Purchased by Israel Rail and went into service in Israel in 1995.
These two locomotives are right on the zero mark of the North-South railways in Israel, as seen on the small white flag on the right
A.K.A. The Belgian. In Israel Railways service 1952-1998. Bo-Bo, B-1244.
Locomotive row at the museum (front to back): G12 - a.k.a. "GM", G16 - a.k.a. "Egyptian Jumbo"(EMD #26394), AFB - a.k.a. "The Belgian" Cl... (more)
Rolling through Haifa-East. This historic station was the Western most station on the historic Hijaz Railways. It is no longer in use as a passenger station.
Locomotive 163 in the Israel Railways Museum in Haifa East Station.
Locomotive 107 in the Israel Railways Museum in Haifa East Station.