International Trains

Some articles on international trains, trains, train:

Train Categories In Europe - Luxembourg - International Trains
... EuroCity (EC) International trains connecting Belgium and Switzerland through Luxembourg and France (Brussels-South - Basel/Chur/Zurich) ... InterCity (IC) Long-distance trains from either Belgium (InterCity J Brussels-South - Luxembourg) and Germany (Cologne - Luxembourg) ... InterRegio (IR) Long-distance trains from Belgium (InterRegio m Luxembourg - Liège/Lier) TGV High-speed train from France (Paris - Luxembourg) Intercités de Nuit Night service from ...
Polish State Railroads In Summer 1939 - International Trains
... In 1939, trains tended to run over longer distances than today ... Warsaw - Berlin - Paris - Calais ran daily and it was the only train in Poland of the L (Luxurious) standard ... This train consisted only of coaches owned by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits ...
Transport In Beijing - Intercity Transportation - Trains - International Trains Departing From Beijing
... There are a number of international trains departing from Beijing to neighbouring countries ... The Trans-Siberian train to Ulaan Baatar (Mongolia) and then onto Moscow (Russia) departs from Beijing ... There are also trains to Pyongyang (North Korea) and Hanoi (Vietnam) which depart from Beijing ...
Căile Ferate Române - Passenger Services - EuroCity and EuroNight
... EuroCity (EC) and EuroNight (EN) are international trains which are usually run by CFR in partnership with another national carrier, depending on the origin and destination of the route ... There trains are part of the pan-European express railway network ... Not all international trains that come to or via Romania are of EC or EN type— most are usually run as Rapid trains on the territory of Romania ...

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