We're standing on the north side of the Inn, looking east and downstream as a train comes into Innsbruck from the east. The main Innsbruck train station (the Hauptbahnhof) is to our right, and the two sets of tracks on the bridge expand into seven tracks through the passenger station and many more through the freight station to the east.|
To our left is the promenade for pedestrians and bicyclists along the Inn. The Inntal Radweg (the Inn Valley Bike Path) goes east from here, eventually more as a path than a sidewalk, all the way along the Inn until it leaves Austria.
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