How Estontetsan technology looks like, in daily life.
TECH: ... or simply think of the set design of Agatha Christie's Poirot!
- 1 Impressive Overview
- 2 Road Traffic
- 3 Trains
- 4 Air Traffic
- 5 Shipping
- 6 Energy
- 7 Telephone and Telegraph
Traffic in Duceta
Hotel in Xiripiti, near the Fenizic border
Public transport - Underground
TECH: Berlin, 1908
Border Guards inmidst tourist bustle
Offer to Occidental Express: with a high speed leader/assistance loco across Esto's non-electrified network.
Eastern Coast Line express trains
Eastern Coast Line express train c. 200 AP
Eastern Coast Line express train "INTERCITY"
Aboard the luxury express train "INTERCITY"
Eastern Coast Line stream-lined express train "FUTUREST"
Coast To Coast Line express
In double traction on the Coast To Coast Line, FER's trans-continental railway across the Central Ridge mountains TECH: Translation of caption on Commons: Around 1910 (electrification of the Gotthard line: 1920) a Gotthard express train with a C (cargo) 4/5 leader and an A (express) 3/5 locomotive has climbed the north ramp and reached Göschenen station. While the leader locomotive is uncoupled, the passengers may take a meal in the station buffet or just on the platform.
Most modern development: combustion engine hauling a Coast To Coast Line express train
Coast To Coast Line express train interior TECH: Orient Express
Mountain Line express trains
Impressive engineering structures along the Mountain Line
Mountain Line express climbing a slope
TECH: Orient Express
Mountain Line express speeding up on level terrain
TECH: Zeppelin (War Reparation) LZ 126/ZR 3/USS Los Angeles; the world famous LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin was of nearly the same type.
Aboard an airship TECH: Hindenburg
TECH: Flugzeuge auf dem Flughafen Magdeburg an der Berliner Chaussee in den 1920er Jahren
Sketch to scale of Ju-38
Long-distance flights offer sleeping accomodation
Sketch to scale of Ju-13
TECH: Lufthansa's only and one of three remaining Ju 52, famous as WWII air transport workhorse; I had the honour to fly aboard this aircraft from Essen/Mülheim (the airport depicted here) to Cologne!
TECH: From this famous Hamburg sailship port, my father started his training journey aboard SS Padua, today Kruzenshtern, in une 1927.
International sail ship meeting 263 AP
Esto's first motor life boat!
Coast Guard Cutter
Coast Guards training sail ship
TECH: In Bad Schandau, my father, who stayed in a military hospital (2nd building the left of the church) for recovery from his first wound in WWII, met my mother, who stayed there for holidays! On 15 July 1943, he spotted her for the first time, however, in another church, not depicted here.
Steam tugs and barges like these connect Zweibrücken (Duceta) with the harbour of Imbedungado.
Mining and Coal Power