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ICE 3 Interior

This is the interior of an ICE 3. It didn't turn out the way I wanted it, please look at: http://www.hochgeschwindigkeitszuege.com/germany/index_ice_3.htm

ICE 3 Interior
ShoresGuy, Aug 14, 2005
Outside the United States
Structure Type:
Not a Cell Site
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    • Fire14
      Wow, very nice & roomy inside.
    • Gamer03
      I agree. The train looks busy. :D
    • RJB
      I bet that litltle girl was thinking why is he taking my picture
    • ShoresGuy
      Lol you mean the girl in the middle at the bottom of the pic?
    • RJB
      No the little girl in the red you can see her face
    • ShoresGuy
      Oh her, maybe she was sleeping when I took the pic :D
    • Andy
      Almost looks like an airplane ;)
      You must have taken that picture at night, huh?
    • ShoresGuy
      Lol well judging from the pic properties (9 AM), it looks like we were passing one of the many tunnels between Mannheim and Stuttgart (the route passes through places like Vaihingen an der Enz). I hate that stretch since you end up getting pressure on your ears every few minutes even if you acclimate pretty easily after flying a lot.
    • Andy
      I love riding trains on stretches that go through tunnels/mountains/valleys. Taking the train from Lugano to Zurich is one of the most beautiful train rides I've taken(off course it's equally nice going by car).
    • ShoresGuy
      I'm not going to Lugano at the end of the month but my best friend lives in Trieste which is an amazing place too. He has to spend several months in Lecco (on the Italian side of the border). Trieste is very different from most Italian cities since it was occupied by both the Austrians and the Yugoslavians for a time before it formally became part of Friuli -Venezia (Italy's most eastern state on the border with Slovenia) so as a result, the city is very Austrian in terms of its architecture and culture. The region from Muggia all the way north to Udine is bilingual since all signs and national ID cards are issued in Italian and Slovenian since a lot of Slovenians work in the border area. That's also the area where your phone selectively hops around between Italian, Croatian and Slovenian networks as I described back in January.
    • Andy
      Yes, I remember you describing that. I love being in border areas where your phone hopps around networks and you get various welcome SMS from the foreign carrier. :)

      My friends house in Lugano is right at the lake on the 7th floor or something so when up there I get most Italian networks as well, even though they fade in and out.
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