From spurs to lines into Lebanon, even some of the old stations in Palestine, Israel, and the Negev. We must thank our viewers to have been faithful in sending in photos.

Dera to Haifa Line:

Click on the links to follow the rail line between Deraa and Heifa. The stations are arranged in the order that one would pass though on the trip. Today this trip is impossible, as the bridge over the …

Damascus to Beruit:

.page-links a.row{ color:black; align-items:center; } Damascus Station Baramke Dumar El Hamma Station Jedeide Ain Fije Deir Kanun Suk Wadi Barada and Tunnel …

Dera to Bosra Line:

Dera-Bosra Line .page-links a.row{ color:black; align-items:center; } Dera'a Station Garez Station El Taibeh Station Gasim Station Bosra Station Bosra Citadel …

Ma'an to Ras al Naqb Line:

Ma’an to Ras al Naqab Branch Line (enroute to Aqaba) During the construction of the Hijaz railroad in 1908, drilling crews discovered phosphate rock deposits along various parts of the railway. …

Jerusalem to Jaffa Line:

Jerusalem to Jaffa Line .page-links a.row{ color:black; align-items:center; } Jerusalem Jaffa Station Auja Beer Sheba Beer Sheeba Line Miscellaneous Places Israel Hejaz …

Miscellaneous Pictures:

Here are miscelaneous photos that didn’t fit into any other catagories. A steam-hauled excursion train to Qatrana (for Petra) steams across Ing. Meissner Pasha's majestic replica of a …

Dahr elBeidar/Ain Sofar:

Special cogs were used to help the train as it climbed up and down the steep slopes of Dahr al Baydar. Photo taken in 1895 Murat Khan viaduct on the Dahr Al Baydar mountains 1895

Bhamdun/Manchra/ Aleih:

Bhamdun Station Special cogs used to secure the train as it climbed up and down the steep slopes of Bhamdun.

Ottoman Railway in Yemen:

The following excerpt has been taken from “Arabia Infelix” by G. Wyman Bury, Kessinger Publishing, Republished in Dec 2004, Paperback, 264 pages, ISBN17975180 Special thanks to Peter …

Wadi Rum Trains:

The old Wadi Rum Station This appears to be Hejaz Railway locomotive # 23, (RS&H 2-8-2) Thank you Attilo for sending us this photo. Modern train from the mines