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)
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Flythrough following an aircraft from Carlisle to near Newcastle upon Tyne, following railway track lat/long data.
Plane is a quick model to show what can be done with collada files, so no comments about shoddyness.
The flythrough is created using the track data entered into Excel and VBA'd into a flight path.
Plane & camera tilt modelled automatically over the top to scale...