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Sign: Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - 2005 - The new railway to Jerusalem (32)

HaRakevet Rd 43, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
בשנות ה-50 וה-60 של המאה ה-20 הושקע רבות בחידוש תשתיות קו הרכבת לירושלים ובתפעולו. אולם דעיכתה של פעילות הרכבת בארץ בהמשך השפיעה גם על קו זה, שנפגע במיוחד בגלל הנסיעה האיטית של הרכבות. הזנחתה המתמשכת של התחזוקה הביאה לסגירתו לחלוטין של קו זה, ביולי 1998. באפריל 2005 נפתח מחדש קו הרכבת לירושלים, לאחר שדרוג מקיף, שלא כלל את תחנת ירושלים המקורית, אלא תחנה חדשה בשכונת מלחה, כ-6 ק"מ לפני התחנה הישנה. במסגרת עבודות השדרוג נבנתה מחדש כל תשתית המסילה בין צומת נען לירושלים. לקראת סיום העבודות הונחו חוליות המסילה החדשות.

רכבת נוסעים קצרה במיוחד עם קטר G12 מספר 121 חונה בתחנת הרכבת בירושלים, 1990.
قطار مسافرين قصير جدا مع قاطرة G12 رقم 121 يقف في محطة القطار بالقدس ، 1990.
A very short passenger train with G12 locomotive No. 121, standing at the Jerusalem station, 1990.


[צד 2]
[Side 2]
في سنوات ال -50 وال -60 من القرن ال -20 استثمر الكثير في تجديد البنية التحتية لخط قطار القدس وتشغيله . ولكن التقليل من تشغيل القطار في البلاد لاحقا أثر على هذا الخط ، خصوصا بسبب بطئ السفر على طوله . الإهمال المستمر في الصيانة أدى في أواخر ال -90 الى تدهور حالة السكة وإغلاق الخط كليا في تموز 1998 ، في نيسان 2005 اعيد فتح الخط ولكن ليس في المحطة الاصلية بل محطة جديدة في حي المالحة ، 6 كم من المحطة القديمة . في اطار التعديلات بنيت من جديد جميع البنية التحتية للسكة بين مفترق ناعن والقدس . وعند نهاية الأعمال وضعت فقرات سكة الجديدة .

קטר G12 בנסיעה על המסילה המחודשת לירושלים בעת הנחת המסילה, 2005.
قاطرة G12 اثناء سفرها على السكة الجديدة للقدس خلال رضع السكة ، 2005.
G12 locomotive on the renewed tracks of the line to Jerusalem, during laying of the track, 2005.

[צד 3]
[Side 3]
In the 1950s and 1960s, considerable resources were invested in upgrading the infrastructure and operations of the railway to Jerusalem. However, the later decline in train traffic throughout the country, as in other countries, had a particularly strong impact on the Jerusalem line due to the slowness of the train to the capital. The line became so neglected during the 1990s that in July 1998 it was shut down completely. The line to Jerusalem was subsequently reopened in April 2005 after a thorough upgrade. The project did not include renewing the service to the original Jerusalem station. Instead, a new station was built in the Malha neighborhood, some six kilometers from the old station. The entire section of the track between Na’an and Jerusalem was also rebuilt.

שלושה קטרי G12 בעת הנחת המסילות בתחנת בתיר המחודשת, 2005.
ثلاثة قاطرات G12 خلال وضع قضبان السكة في محطة بتير الجديدة ، .2005.
Three G12 locomotives, during the renewal of the track, at Bittir station, 2005.
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Sign No. 32 in a series of signs placed on or around lighting poles, including the history of the old railway line to Jerusalem, along which its route extends the HaMesila (Railway) Park.

The sign is wrapped around the lighting pole, here are the other parts of the sign:
Side 2 Click for a larger image
Side 3 Click for a larger image

In the next picture taken that day you can see the old railway track that became a pedestrian track, a bike path next to it, and the sign that surrounds one of the lighting poles Click for a larger image

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