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(January 1st - December 31st, 2006)

Yoshiyuki Kaneko


Willy Kaemena

Transeuropean Night

Euro Night Train in Vienna/Austria on the way to Hamburg/Germany

19:45 Oct 15, 2006

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With the fast growing network of High Speed Trains in Europe, many relations can now be reached in a few hours, making the use of overnight travel obsolete. However on many international long distance relations, modern and comfortable sleeping cars, make overnight travel a welcome difference, compared to the often stressful and uncomfortable european air travel.

This panorama shows the modernized cabin of a 1975 built sleeping car on the way from Vienna (Austria) to Hamburg (Germany) The covered distance is about 1200km and the package price which includes ticket, bed and breakfast and all required amenities, is about 100 Euros. The cabin can be used by up to three passengers. During daytime the two lower beds are folded away and three armchairs and a table makes working ( 220V outlet) or dining a pleasant experience. The cabin is also equipped with a complete bath room with toilet and a shower cabin, as well as ample space for luggage and a spacious closet for your clothes. See here more panoramas showing european trains and more information about european train travel.

More panoramas showing european trains from inside

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Europe / Austria

Lat: 48° 11' 47.72" N
Long: 16° 20' 6.46" E

Elevation: 207m

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon D200 with Nikkor 8/ 2.8 on monopod at Iso 800, 1/30, f 5.6, 4 pictures stitched with PTGui Mac and further processed by CubicConverter and Photoshop

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