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German ICE Trains

The ICE or Inter City Express is Germany's high speed rail network. The trains are sleek and quick. The only draw back is that they often share trackage with mainline trains.

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ICE train just arrived at Hamburg's Hauptbahnhof. It's next and final stop is Altona just a few minutes away. (4/00)

ICE is seen in Hamburg. It just left the main train station and is heading into Dammtor Station. It is by the Inner Alster (1/00)

Here an ICE train is operating near the "construction zone" in Berlin. (6/99)

The same ICE train with a commuter S-Bahn train coming into the local station. (6/99)

ICE for Frankfort is leaving the Hannover Main Train Station. Hannover is the site of EXPO2000. (1/00)


Tilting ICE train at Dresden Hauptbahnhof (3/13/08)

Dresden HBf (3/13/08)

Munich Hauptbahnhof (1/15/10)
Munich Hauptbahnhof (1/15/10)  



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