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Carmelit - Underground Railway In Haifa, Israel E-mail
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The Carmelit is an underground funicular railway in Haifa, Israel and the oldest underground railway system in the Middle East, Israel called Metro "Carmelit", because of Haifa is built on the top of Mount Carmel. The construction strarted in 1956 and ended in 1959, the Carmelit was closed in 1986 after showing the signs of aging and reopened in September 1992 after extensive renovations. The Carmelit is one of the smallest subway systems in the world and the system with 6 stations along a single track, 1.8 Kilometer line. The system's rolling stock consists of just 4 cars making up two 2-car trains. It takes no more than 8 minutes to ride the entire line.

Carmelit - Underground Railway In Haifa, Israel

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 11 March 2014 )
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Santos Express Train Lodge In Mossel Bay, South Africa E-mail
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Santos Express Train Lodge In Mossel Bay, South Africa

The Santos Express is a train lodge situated on Sontos Beach in Mossel Bay. It is genuine train with all cabins facing the sea. A close view of ocean its really beat the unbelievable position and exquisite view. An invigorating sea breeze keeps everything cool even on really hot days. A five to 10 minutes walk from the Dias Museum, the harbour and the town center. Simply know as "The Train" by local and situated in the heart of the famous Garden Route of Cape Town, South Africa, A different enjoying experience of staying in a real train, is only 30 meters from the Indian Ocean shores. The five coaches lodge is amazing and each with five compartments separately in single, double and budge accommodation units. A fabulous conference room which is ideal for celebrating parties, wedding or business meeting or team building meetings.

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