Dutch ICE 3
This locomotive once belonged to the former East German Railroad, the post WWII "Deutsche Reichsbahn". After the reunification the Reichsbahn became
part of the Deutsch Bahn.
This is the slightly less pointed ICE (Inter City Express)
This Baureihe 110 (BR 110) is pushing a commuter train north toward Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof, kicking up snow at about 65 mph.
Riding on one of these is almost like flying business class on a jetliner.
I'd hate to be the guy who maintains the catenary.
These V160 series diesel hydraulic locomotives have been around since the 60's and still provide reliable service to this day.
This train is named after the city of "Schwäbisch Hall". The tower in the background is the
"Messeturm" (Expo Tower).