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  • #16
    state run and impersonal, so much like bad customer service

    Well, I don't know about the regional trains but I love their ICE's! The train linking Dusseldorf HBF with Dusseldorf Airport ain't half bad either.
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    • #17
      G-TDTW:




      Glad you all enjoyed his photos. I had to show him how to use his camera several times, but other than that....he did well for a rookie ..... we even saw a couple of airplanes while waiting on trains. Matter of fact I have a great shot of a Cessna majestically flying overhead should anyone be interested in seeing it

      Chris ... the railroad photography tour guide


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      [LAX / IAD Update 2.27.07]

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      • #18
        Great news!

        I'll be uploading soon I guess




        Matt
        My gallery of transport and travel pictures.

        Click Here to view my photos at RailPictures.Net!

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        • #19
          Definitely, trains in the US, compared with those in Europe, are pieces of crap!!!

          The US railroad network is, by far, the worst among the rich nations of the world.


          A Colombian guy moved by the winds of fate to St. Louis, MO

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Leftseat86
            [b]Ladies and Gentleman.....I bring you:896mm effective zoom

            -Clovis
            I think he's compensating for something

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Petertenthije
              state run and impersonal, so much like bad customer service

              Well, I don't know about the regional trains but I love their ICE's! The train linking Dusseldorf HBF with Dusseldorf Airport ain't half bad either.
              I love DB. I rode ont he newest ICE train back in 2000 from Munich to Hannover for the world's fair up there. It was incredible. If you get near the front or the back, you can actually see out the front of the train. Our train from Munich left so early that the station was actually closed. When it finally opened, we went in and I was invited by one of the drivers of the ICE3 to go in and sit down in the cockpit (or whatever you call it in a train) it was incredible. Surprisingly very fiew controls. Though, I wouldent know what to do with any of them. The best thing about trains in Europe, you can actually get somewhere taking them without taking days.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Flying High
                Definitely, trains in the US, compared with those in Europe, are pieces of crap!!!

                The US railroad network is, by far, the worst among the rich nations of the world.
                That's because people in the U.S. won't take trains, because nearly everyone here has quicker and more efficient ways to get where they are going (flying, driving, etc.).

                Freight railroads in the U.S. are going strong, and are among the most advanced in the world.
                Trump is an idiot!
                Vote Democrats!!

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                • #23
                  I think he's compensating for something


                  I'm sure as hell am not, but maybe Chris is. :P

                  -Clovis

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                  • #24
                    I've been on an ICE a few times, from Heidelberg-Frankfurt and Heidelberg-Paris. The ICE is really the best out there IMO, so quick and sleek looking, and a pleasure to ride. Trains are everywhere in Europe, they really have a good public transportation system over there.
                    Fly Raleigh-Durham International, with direct flights on Air Canada, AirTran, American Airlines, American Eagle, America West, Continental Airlines, Continental Express, Delta Airlines, Delta Connection, jetBlue, Northwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Express and US Airways to:

                    ATL, AUS, BWI, BOS, CHS, CLT, MDW, ORD, CVG, CLE, DFW, DTW, FLL, BDL, HOU, IND, LAS, LAX, LGW, MEM, MIA, MSP, BNA, EWR, MSY, JFK, LGA, ORF, MCO, PHL, PHX, PIT, STL, SLC, TPA, YYZ, DCA and IAD.

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                    • #25
                      Say, there ought to be a BusPhotos.net:









                      -Mike
                      Van Hoolio's JP.net Photos
                      lp.org

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                      • #26
                        Great i can finally get some train pics uploaded! Once i get my new camera i'll start uploading!

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