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ABOVE: An ICE train speeds out of a Deutsche Bahn station.

Passenger resources

Deutsche Bahn - German Federal Railways
The DB's international pages provide an interactive timetable  and other resources for English-speaking travelers.

Railfan sites

Wikipedia: Intercity-Express
This article is packed with information on the history of ICE trains, the route network, equipment, maintenance, international services, and more.

The ICE/ICT Pages
Tobias Benjamin Köhler's site hasn't been updated in a while, but it's worth visiting if you're a trainspotter looking for profile drawings of trainsets. (Note: "ICT" is another acronym for ICE T.)

The Railfaneurope.net Picture Gallery: ICE
Drill down through the many ICE subdirectories for trainspotter photos of Intercity-Express trains in Germany and neighboring countries.

General travel information for Germany

Germany Tourism
The German National Tourist Board has general information and localized sites for visitors from many different countries, including a U.S. tourism site at www.cometogermany.com.

Historic Highlights of Germany
This informative site covers 14 small- to medium-sized Germany cities of unusual charm and architectural interest.

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