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Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1894 - A carriage ascends to Jerusalem (1)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1892 - Inauguration ceremony of the Jaffa-Jerusalem railway (4)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1900 - Everyday life at the Jerusalem railway station (11)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1917 - Two baldwin locomotives (14)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1918 - The Jerusalem Train on the Military light railway (16)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1928 - The train station during the British Mandate (21)
HaRakevet Rd 12, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1898 - The German Colony in the visit of Wilhelm II (27)
HaRakevet Rd 29, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1949 - First Jerusalem train after the establishment of Israel (30)
HaRakevet Rd 37, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1958 - A railcar at the Jerusalem station (32)
HaRakevet Rd 43, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1930 - A train workers’ service car (35)
HaRakevet Rd 49, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1957 - Romance on the train, from the film 70414 (37)
HaRakevet Rd 53, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1957 - A couple reading the newspaper, from the film 70414 (41)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1976-The Society for the Protection of Nature tour - Bar Giora (43)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1895- Austrian pilgrims at the Deir Aban station (45)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1922-1948 - British soldiers at the railway terminus (0)
David Remez 4, HaMesila Compound Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1898 - Emperor Wilhelm II left Jerusalem by train (47)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1930 - The railway track in the Makor Haim neighborhood (53)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1893 - A train passing through the Judean mountains (56)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1900 - The Bittir station and village (58)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1986 - The Youth Aliyah summer holiday train (60)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1938 - Talpiot neighborhood (62)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1892 - Picture of wooden sleepers near the track (64)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1900 - Turntable (66)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1930-1940 - A picture of workers waiting for a train (68)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1949 - A picture of a guard signaling to a train (70)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1950 - A picture of a train inspector at the Lod station (72)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1948 - A picture of operating the water-filling system (73)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1900 - Picture of filling a steam locomotive with water (75)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 1957 - A picture of soldiers beside the railroad tracks (77)
HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
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