We're standing on a highway bridge in Hall-in-Tirol, east and thus downriver from Innsbruck. We're looking at the railroad yards and train station (Bahnhof), and watching a regionalzug pull into the station from the east. Hall's rail yards are large (not as large as Innsbruck's, but larger than any other in the area). The platform to the right in our view is for passenger trains like the regionalzug, and the tracks to the left are the freight yards. The railroad yard is so large because Hall is a considerable industrial town, as well as a charming medieval town. For our next view, we'll turn around on the same bridge and look at some of that medieval charm        



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