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401_101_Poechlarn_12_08_2004.jpg (107722 bytes)

ICE-S on 12th Aug 2004 at station P÷chlarn. The engine was used for high speed test runs.

This picture was taken by Sybic - www.bahnnews-austria.at



410102cs.jpg (70124 bytes)

Experimental ICE unit, leaded by 410 102, seen at Berlin Zoo station on August 14th, 1998.

Photo by Christian Splittgerber (c.splittgerber@gmx.net)

Scan by Eva Sonntag (eso.design@mps.de) http://www.mps.de/eso-design



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410 101-0+801 422-7+410 102-8 DB Systemtechnik abgestellt in Mannheim(13.7.04)

Photo by Wolfgang Mauser (wolfgang-mauser@t-online.de)



410_101ke1.jpg (115268 bytes)

410 101-0 at the rear end of the ICE-S, seen at Köln Ehrenfeld short after the arrival from Düren on 16 June 2003. This train was originally built for testing the technical concepts of the ICE 3, and operated with three intermediate cars forming a "half ICE 3" (transformer car and two cars with traction motors). Now it is operated with less intermediate cars for different testing purposes. In this case it seemed to be a test run of the new highspeed line Cologne-Düren (ABS 4), where ICE and Thalys trains shall run with 250 km/h in the future.

Digital photo by Christoph Schmitz



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410 102-8+410 8015+410 101-0 DB Systemtechnik bei Me▀fahrten in Oelde(21.5.06)

Photo by Wolfgang Mauser (wolfgang-mauser@t-online.de)



410_102-b.jpg (102589 bytes)

410 102-8+410 8015+410 101-0 DB Systemtechnik bei Me▀fahrten in Oelde(21.5.06)

Photo by Wolfgang Mauser (wolfgang-mauser@t-online.de)



dbices_01.jpg (78402 bytes)

The new ICE-S is an experimental high-speed train of the Deutsche Bahn AG, Siemens and Adtranz. It consists of two motor units (derived from the ICE 2) and three coaches with test equipment. The train, which has a power rating of 14000 kW (2x 5000 kW (motor units) + 2000 kW (motor bogies of coaches)) at the moment, will be used to test new components for the forthcoming ICE 3. Although the coaches are carried out for 330 km/h, it's planned to attain a top speed of 440 km/h (which would be a new record for German trains) . The main visible differences to normal ICE 2 trainsets are the special design and the three pantographs of the coaches.
The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_02.jpg (63142 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_03.jpg (103227 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_04.jpg (40316 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_05.jpg (41758 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_06.jpg (84104 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_07.jpg (102805 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_08.jpg (92353 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_09.jpg (85397 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_10.jpg (107937 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_11.jpg (117816 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_12.jpg (124929 bytes)

The Scharfenberg coupling of the ICE-S is of the same type which is also used by the ICE 2. Two trainsets can be coupled automatically in only two seconds. The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_13.jpg (97582 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



dbices_14.jpg (78344 bytes)

The ICE-S was shown at an exhibition at the Siemens test-center Wildenrath. The photo was taken on Tuesday the 17th of June 1997.

(C)1997 by Eike M. Belgardt (chevin@hermes.kawo1.rwth-aachen.de)
Scanned with Polaroid SprintScan 35 of the RWTH Aachen, Germany



ices01.jpg (66113 bytes)

ICE-S: New experimental train for the 3rd generation of the german high-speed-train (ICE 3). One bogie of each new trailer has powered axles instead of traction motors in the power cars. But in this case two power cars taken from the ICE 2 have motors, too. This photo was taken at Wuerzburg Hbf on march 1998.

Photo and scan by Andre Werske (http://www.wuerzburg.de/wsb/werske)



ices02.jpg (71549 bytes)

New pantographs are installed onto the trailers instead of putting them onto the power cars. Photo taken at Wuerzburg Hbf on march 1998.

Photo and scan by Andre Werske (http://www.wuerzburg.de/wsb/werske)



ices03.jpg (79326 bytes)

This is the power car of the ICE2 with an open nose. Two short ICE trains can be coupled together to one unit. In this case two power cars were taken from the second generation of high-speed-train in germany to test the ICE 3. Photo taken at Wuerzburg Hbf on march 1998.

Photo and scan by Andre Werske (http://www.wuerzburg.de/wsb/werske)



ices06.jpg (66043 bytes)

One bogie of the ICE-S test train. Every trailer has four axles and two of them have motors. There's no necessity to use power cars with traction motors anymore.

Photo and scan by Andre Werske (http://www.wuerzburg.de/wsb/werske)



ices07.jpg (78477 bytes)

Another bogie of the ICE-S test train.

Photo and scan by Andre Werske (http://www.wuerzburg.de/wsb/werske)



ics-1.jpg (57273 bytes)

Eurailspeed '98, Berlin: ICS, a german measurement and testing train for high-speed tracks, base on the ICE-1 (Germany).

Photo and scan by Tobias Nink and Michael Weingärtner ( Tobias' Homepage - Micha's Homepage )



ics-2.jpg (36159 bytes)

Eurailspeed '98, Berlin: Driver's cab of the ICS, a german measurement and testing train for high-speed tracks, base on the ICE-1 (Germany).

Photo and scan by Tobias Nink and Michael Weingärtner ( Tobias' Homepage - Micha's Homepage )



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