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|AVE (Alta Velocidad Española - Spanish High Speed) train Leaving or arriving at Atocha train station. Madrid.||08/26/2005||597|
|The ICE (InterCityExpress) is a high speed train, similar the TGV in France. For example between Mannheim and Stuttgart the ICE has a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour. ||06/16/2007||426|
|The InterCity Express or ICE is a type of high-speed train operated by Deutsche Bahn AG in Germany and neighboring countries, for example to Zürich, Switzerland or Vienna, Austria. ICE-trains also run at lower speeds to Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Spanish railway operator RENFE also employs these trains, and the Russian state ordered 60 for new high-speed routes between St Petersburg and Moscow.||08/25/2005||630|
|Can't tell whether or not its an ICE (InterCityExpress) but it's some type of high speed train, considering its streamlined shape.||10/06/2006||511|
|Testcentre for any kind of trains including high-speed trains like the German ICE|
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This is an old english military airport, that was rebuild in 1992 to an train test track from Siemens. The little city near this area is Wildenrath.
|JR-Maglev is a magnetic levitation train system developed by the Central Japan Railway Company and Railway Technical Research Institute (association of Japan Railways Group). JR-Maglev MLX01 (X means experimental) is one of the latest designs of a series of Maglev trains in development in Japan since the 1970s. It is composed of a maximum five cars to run on the Yamanashi Maglev Test Line. On D...||05/28/2010||416|
|This short train is the ICE Sprinter.|
It´s the High- Speed train between Colonge and Frankfurt.
Speed ist on this track 350 km/h (don´t ask how much in miles...*), the drivetime is 45 minutes
Normaly the ICE is 400 meters long, the Sprinter is only 200 meters. Inside the ICE lokks like a plane
*ca. 220 mph (Special service provided by Captain Hornblower)
|Fukuoka Dome is a baseball field located in Fukuoka, Japan. The stadium serves as the headquarters of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks. In 2005, Yahoo! Japan, one of SoftBank's subsidiaries, bought the stadium's naming rights, and thus renamed it "Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome".|
The stadium has a retractable roof.
|The HHSTT is 10,788 feet long (3,288 meters). A world speed record of Mach 8.5 (6,416 mph / 10,325 km/h) was achieved by a four-stage rocket sled at Holloman Air Force Base on April 30, 2003.||05/03/2011||1,060|
|TGV lines (shown in orange and yellow) and connections to the rest of the European high speed rail network.||11/05/2005||2,600|
French high-speed train.
|A Maglev train on it's track between airport and city|
The Shanghai Maglev Train or Shanghai Transrapid is a magnetic levitation train, or maglev line that operates in Shanghai, China. It is the first commercially operated high-speed magnetic levitation line in the world. The train line was designed to connect Shanghai Pudong International Airport and the outskirts of central Pudo...