Through A High Speed Train Window

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Last year, 2016, we travelled to Venice, Italy by train, in fact about a dozen trains there and back.  The first part of the trip was by Euro Star from London to Brussels, there wasn’t that much to see through the window, and anyway we were moving way too fast.  Brussels to Frankfurt was more interesting, and the train had slowed down, just a little, so I could take a few photos through the window.  It is quite amazing what you can see, a little different than a car window, so here are just a few shots of what I found interesting.  After Frankfurt we changed trains again to take us for an overnight stop in Munich, and a very early morning walkabout of the city……to follow.

 

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