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Ticket to Ride Cab Rides Volumes 100 to 119

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Ticket to Ride No.102: Railways of Germany Part 7

Ticket to Ride No.102: Railways of Germany Part 7


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Ticket to Ride No.103 ICE TD Cabride Hamburg to Neumunster

Ticket to Ride No.103 ICE TD Cabride Hamburg to Neumunster


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Ticket to Ride No.104: ICE TD Cabride+ Neumünster to Padborg

Ticket to Ride No.104: ICE TD Cabride+ Neumnster to Padborg


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We are making a journey with ICE 386 from Hamburg Hauptbahnhof to Padborg just over the Danish border half way up the Jutland peninsula. We're now at Neumünster 73 kilometres from the Hauptbahnhof. The journey has so far has taken 50 minutes.

About ICE 386. This service is really a shake down exercise for developing the international route between Berlin, Hamburg and Århus / Copenhagen.

One of the highlights of our journey is the Rensburg Hochbrücke over the Nord-Ostsee Kannal. The railway arrived at Rensburg before the canal - in 1845 from the south and in 1854 from the north. The lines joined in 1856 by means of a bridge over the Eider, the river that was later to be canalised. In June 1887 canal construction work started at Holtenau near Kiel. It took the 9,000 workers eight years to build. On June 21, 1895 the canal was officially opened by Kaiser Wilhelm II. To cope with the movements of a new breed of battleships to be stationed at Kiel plans for enlargement of the canal were proposed at the beginning of the 20th Century. This would include a new railbridge to cross the larger / wider canal. Construction of the high-bridge began in 1911 and took just two years! Everything was open just in time for WW1!

We conclude our run at Padborg the first station in Denmark


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Ticket to Ride No.105: ICT TD Cabride+ Hamburg to Lubeck

Ticket to Ride No.105: ICT TD Cabride+ Hamburg to Lubeck


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Have a look at Hamburg with us before catching ICE 33 to Copenhagen.DB and DSB have come together to improve their services between Berlin, Hamburg and Copenhagen and the result of much hard work by both railways is the new ICE service. The high tech trains are routed over the Vogelfluglinie via Lubeck and the Puttgarden to Rudby train ferry, the first time an ICE has taken to the water! It's a great experience. But first we must get to Lubeck. This is interesting in itself as the line is currently being electrified.


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Ticket to Ride No.106: ICE TD Cab ride+ Lübeck to Puttgarden

Ticket to Ride No.106: ICE TD Cab ride+ Lbeck to Puttgarden


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This is a run that's quite different from anything else in the area. It's the only mainline in northern Germany to receive the prestigious Thomas Cook scenic railway accreditation. You will see why! From the Lübecker Bucht, the dunes north of the small city, through the low lying countryside to Oldenburg and then across the Fehmarnsund bridge to the island of Fehmarn. It's a dash across the island- the Vogelfluglinie- to Puttgarden in the ICE, we can't afford to be late - we have a ferry to catch!


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Ticket to Ride No.107: ICE TD Cabride+ Puttgarden - Ferry to Rødby and DSB Næstved (Bluray)

Ticket to Ride No.107: ICE TD Cabride+ Puttgarden - Ferry to Rdby and DSB Nstved (Bluray)


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The Puttgarden Rødby train ferry Then ICE TD Rødby to Næstved. Time to explore the vessel while our ICE TD has a welcome rest on the deck below. It’s a 45 minute sailing so we have a bite to eat and some fresh Danish air before rejoining our train at Rødby Færge and continue north east towards Nykøbing just over the bridge that separates Lolland and Falster. It’s an attractive run under clear Scandinavian skies for the next 60 mins to Næstved. Very rural - very Danish!


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Ticket to Ride No.108 ICE TDcr+Naestved-Copen

Ticket to Ride No.108 ICE TDcr+Naestved-Copen


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Ticket to Ride No.109: ICE Cabride Cologne to Hamm

Ticket to Ride No.109: ICE Cabride Cologne to Hamm


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Welcome to Cologne with Ticket to Ride. Today we undertake a journey from Cologne, the capital city of the state of Nordrhein Westfalen to Hanover the capital of the state of Niedersachsen. TTR109 takes us as far as Hamm, a small city at the eastern extremity of the Ruhr. Our train is ICE 857 the 09.49 from Cologne Hauptbahnhof to Berlin via Wuppertal, Hagen, Hamm, Bielefeld and Hanover. It combines with ICE 847 at Hamm. 847 started at Bonn, avoided Cologne Hauptbahnhof by using the new Deutz ICE station and runs to Hamm via Düsseldorf, Essen and Dortmund.


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Ticket to Ride No.110: ICE Cab Ride Hamm to Hanover

Ticket to Ride No.110: ICE Cab Ride Hamm to Hanover


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At Hamm ICE 857 is joined by sister ICE2 unit 847. This train ran from Cologne Deutz through Düsseldorf, Duisberg, Bochum and Dortmund. The two ICE2 sets are now joined and are ready to depart. We travel to Hanover through: Gütersloh, Bielefeld, Herford, Minden, Wunstorf and Seelze. While not a particularly large yard in terms of the number of sorting sidings available, about 16, Seelze Rbf was extensively modernised between 2000 and 2005 using the latest in electronic control technology. Hanover Hauptbahnhof is the third station constructed on or near this site. It is very much the centre of the rail network in the state.


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Ticket to Ride No.111: OBB Cabride+ The Semmeringbahn

Ticket to Ride No.111: OBB Cabride+ The Semmeringbahn


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The Semmeringbahn links Vienna with Italy and Slovenia. Our journey starts at the Südbahnhof for passenger trains, and Kledering -Austria's most important classification yard for freight. At Wiener Neustadt there is a secondary freight yard where trains can be held and prepared, if necessary, before going on to the Semmering. Beyond this the railway runs across the flat Steinfeld through St Egyden and Gloggnitz, where there was, until the advent of high powered electric traction, the base station for the Semmering north ramp. The place where banker locomotives and assistants are attached and detached. The scenic section of the Semmering really begins around Payerbach Reichenau, 82 kilometres from Vienna at an altitude of 494 metres where there are still facilities to hold freight trains before they head for the hills! The section between Klamm and Breitenstein includes a number of short tunnels and viaducts, all the time the line is climbing at 1.9 per cent. This area is very remote and inaccessible, one of the most interesting elements of the whole route!


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Ticket to Ride No.112: OBB Cabride+ Mürzzuschlag to Knittelfeld

Ticket to Ride No.112: OBB Cabride+ Mrzzuschlag to Knittelfeld


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The drama of the Semmering is behind us. From now on we follow the valleys rather than cut across them. The scenery on this busy international route is just as lovely, but running alongside the river we can pick up the pace. First stop is Bruck an der Mur - not a large town but a surprisingly industrial one for a sub-alpine area. Much of this industrial activity is related to the metals business - the area arguably produces the finest steel in the world- used by companies such as Audi where quality is not compromised. At Bruck we lose the line to Graz but gain the route from Salzburg and the heavy traffic to Slovenia. Beyond Bruck we look at the fascinating rail geopgraphy of Leoben and St Michael before concluding at Knittelfeld


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Ticket to Ride No.113: OBB Cabride+ Knittelfeld to Klagenfurt

Ticket to Ride No.113: OBB Cabride+ Knittelfeld to Klagenfurt


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We continue our journey southwest towards Italy with our OBB EC 531. We are now at Knittelfeld, a small town alongside the Mur. The Tauern mountain range is to our right the Gleinalpe to our left. The weather is just right as we leave the town. Our next stop in this sub alpine idle is Zeltweg, indeed the IC becomes something of a regional train stopping at what seem like large villages all the way to St Veit. Here the nature of the railway changes and it's a fast run to Klagenfurt, the capital city of Carinthia and the sixth largest in Austria.


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Ticket to Ride No.114: OBB Cabride+ Klagenfurt to Lienz

Ticket to Ride No.114: OBB Cabride+ Klagenfurt to Lienz


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This is the final chapter in our run over the Südbahn with OEC 531 from the Südbahnhof in Vienna to Lienz in the Tyrol. We have reached Klagenfurt, the largest town and administrative centre of Carinthia, and are about to depart for Villach. We run alongside the Wörthersee, a holiday destination that the Austrians keep to themselves! Villach is a wonderful small city and a very important rail-crossroads: the lines from the Balkans to Germany, and from Italy to the eastern European countries cross here bringing much diversity. From Villach we head north-west alongside the river Drau. This this the approach to the Tauern mountain railway, but we turn west before the mountains, still following the Drau over the little known railway to Lienz. A very attractive run it is, but it's also strategically important as an alternative freight line to Innsbruck Salzburg. A lovely run in sunny summer weather!


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Ticket to Ride No.115: OBB Cabride+ Rosenbach to Bad Gastein

Ticket to Ride No.115: OBB Cabride+ Rosenbach to Bad Gastein


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Welcome to Austria. Today we are travelling from Rosenbach, on the Slovenian border near Jesenice, to Villach the second largest city in Carinthia. Here we join EC114 "Worthersee"- Klagenfurt to Dortmund, for

our run over the Tauernbahn to Bad Gastein, our first stop north of the Tauern tunnel. The traffic is international - at one point we overtake an Italian E412 with an international wagon-load train that is taking advantage of the OBB's bi-directional signalling. TTR116 continues north to Salzburg. The Tauernbahn is spectacular and we enjoy beautiful sunny weather.


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Ticket to Ride No.116: OBB Cabride+ Bad Gastein to Salzburg

Ticket to Ride No.116: OBB Cabride+ Bad Gastein to Salzburg


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Welcome back to Austria with Ticket to Ride. We are travelling with EC 114 from Villach in the Austrian county of Carinthia to Salzburg. We are now at Bad Gastein the first InterCity stop north of the Tauern tunnel. The time is 11.20 and we are about to set off down the north ramp towards Schwarzach-St Veit where we joint the Westbahn for the run to Salzburg. Rebuilding of the north ramp is less advanced but we see some of the infrastructure for the new line coming together as we descend.


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Ticket to Ride No.119: Railways of Sweden Part 2 - The South

Ticket to Ride No.119: Railways of Sweden Part 2 - The South


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Welcome to Sweden with Ticket to Ride. Sweden is a member of the Nordic group of countries situated in the Scandinavian peninsula. It’s a large country -the third largest in Europe in fact. We look at the railways in the south and south east corner of the country, including the towns of: Malmö, Lund, Trelleborg, Ystad, Kristianstad, Älmhult, Alvesta, Växjö, Nässjö and Jönköping. We enter Sweden via Germany using the Sassnitz to Trelleborg ferry. The ferry carries the Berlin Night Express and freight wagons, 68,000 of them in the last recorded year. We watch another train ferry; this one from PKP arriving at Ystad, visit the vodka town of Åhus and then head for Malmö where the City Tunnel is under construction. We head north along the south Sweden mainline catching SJ X2000 sets pounding through the forests at 200kph and spectacular freights from Green Cargo, (see the Co-op train) Hector Rail, STENA and others. Jönköping has a stunning lakeside location, new regional “Itino” trains from Bombardier and lots of freight. There are distribution centres for some of Sweden’s biggest brands located on a trading estate nearby - IKEA and Electrolux are here. This documentary is fully narrated and filmed in High Definition.


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