CityElefant to Beroun


CityElefant to Beroun

April 30, 2015. Prague, Czechia.

A Czech Railways (České dráhy) CityElefant passenger train is departing Prague's main train station (Praha hlavní nádraží) for a run to Beroun on the S7 Line (S7 Úvaly – Praha hl.n. – Řevnice – Beroun and return).

Built by ČKD Vagonka Ostrava and Škoda Plzeň, the Electric Unit 471's consists is made up of a Class 471 power car, a Class 071 passenger car, and a Class 971 cab car.The CityElefant trains are double-decker passenger trains used for suburban and regional train service around Prague.

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Comments

  1. Czechia is an English short name for the Czech Republic, similar to Chequia in Spanish.

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  2. Most trains of S7 goes only between Prague and Beroun.

    Journey through Prague is very interesting and also very sad, because most buildings along tracks are abandoned or in very bad condition.

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  3. When my wife and I rode the train from Prague to Vienna, it did seem as though there were a lot of structures in bad condition. Though I will also say that this seems to be normal no matter where you ride a train in an urban area.

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  4. Thanks, fatima.
    Thanks, Nahid Mohammed.

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  5. I use this train quite often - and I can say following: it is quite good train, but it would need a more comfortable seats.

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  6. Maybe next time I visit Prague I'll actually try riding on one of these trains for a short day trip.

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  7. Tom Gatermann Where are you from?

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  8. Tom Gatermann
    If you want to do that trip for purpose to test that train, use the first class. Comfortability of seats in this class is (almost) the same and you will not have to share space with many other passengers.

    If you would like to watch nature of passed country, you may still use the first class.

    But if you would like to watch other trains too, use seats (of the second class) in mezanine. There are large window. I like these seats.

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  9. Thanks for the tip, Václav Macůrek.

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