Austria Rail, OOB 2013
The railjet is a new high-speed OBB (Austrian Railways) train, which was
introduced with the change
of a timetable in 2008/9 and reaches speeds of 230 km/h. The first route
between Minuch, Vienna and
Budapest has been in operation since December 2008, with the second route
-Bregenz-Zurich after December 2009.
A Railjet train at Salzburg station
A Railjet train at Salzburg station
(L) The first class vehicle of the Railjet train
(R) Railjet train bound for Budapest at Vienna West railway Station ( Wien
Railjet train bound for Munchen at Vienna West railway Station ( Wien Westtbahnhof
(L) Austrian train at Attnang-Puchheim station (R) Second-class vehicle
OBB train is approaching to Hallstatt station.
($B#L(B) A conductor is checking a passenger at plateform at Attnang-Puchheim
station (R) A first-class vehicle of OBB
German Rail, DB
Deutsche Bahn AG (DB) is the German railway company, a private joint-stock
company with the federal
government being its majority shareholder with its headquarters in Berlin.
Deutsche Bahn describes itself
as the second-largest transport company in the world, after Deutsche Post AG, and is the largest railway
operator andinfrastructure owner in Europe. It carries about two billion
passengers each year.
(L) DB train at Heidelberg railway station (R) Interior of the first class
train of the German Rail
Swiss Rail, SBB
Swiss Federal Railways (German: Schweizerische Bundesbahnen is the national
railway company of
Switzerland. It is usually referred to by the initials of its German, French
and Italian name, either
concatenated as SBB CFF FFS, or used separately. The company is headquartered
(L) A bar on the lower-level of a double-deck Swiss train vehicle
(R) A restaurant of the upper-level of the train vehicles
Double-deck SBB trains at Bern railway station
Interior of the first-class double-deck intercity of the Swiss Federal
The first-class seat of SBB
(L) A comfortable first-class vehicle of SBB
(R) Flexible Eurail-Select Pass valid to Austria, Germany and Switzerland
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A high-speed German train from Munchen, Germany to Salzburg, Austria
A Swiss train from Martigny to Geneva; a window view
A short window view from the train of Bern to VISP station
The airport connecting railway to Zurich International Airport
A railway trip from Geneve to Zurich
Part 1: German high-speed train from Frankfurt to Munchen, via Stuttgart.
Part 2: German high-speed train from Frankfurt to Munchen, via Stuttgart.
A convenient train connecting the city of Geneva with Geneva Airport
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The photographs were taken in June 2013, the article was written in July
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A train information on Russia was added in August 2014.
New information was added in May 2019.