A decade after the construction of the Jerusalem rail line, the rail sector in Israel remains a work in progress.
The first major piece of rail construction took place in 2006, and the construction work has been going on since then.
The current year marks the end of the construction phase, but it’s still going on.
Construction has reached a stage where the entire infrastructure is being constructed.
There are several different types of railroads, and each one has different characteristics.
Here’s a look at some of the most important ones: The first modern rail lines The oldest, the Jerusalem-Nariv line, was built in 1853.
Its name means “the first rail road in the world.”
It is one of the oldest railroads in the entire world, and is currently operated by the Israeli National Railway Company (INDOC).
It was the first line in Israel, and in fact was the only one built.
Since then, many of the modern railroads have been built, including the Kerem Shalom (Jerusalem-Nachal) and Tel Aviv-Jerusalem, the Karelia line (Jericho-Nizach), the Kfar Saba (Jerus), and the Kherson-Tivon line (Nizac).
In 2018, the Israeli government will also be completing the Kibbutz Nahal Oz (Nahal Oz) and the Yerushalayim-Jericho (Yerushas-Jer) lines.
A new train line will be built on the other side of the border between Israel and the West Bank, connecting the settlements of Ariel, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Jericho, Nablus, and Haifa.
The second modern rail line is the Mavi Marmara, which was built by Israel in 1955.
The Mavi marmara is the oldest passenger train in the Middle East, and was originally meant to connect the Gaza Strip to Israel, but in the mid-1960s, a group of Palestinian terrorists hijacked it and launched an attack on the ship.
Since the hijacking, the ship has been the target of many attempts at attacks.
The ship has a total length of about 2,500 kilometers (1,500 miles), and is capable of taking passengers and cargo up to 1,000 meters (3,000 feet).
The first passenger train will be connected to the Mavri train line, and passengers will have the opportunity to travel from the Israeli capital of Tel Aviv to the settlements in the West Banks.
The third modern railline, which connects the cities of Beersheba and Kiryat Gat, will connect the city of Ramallah with the settlements on the northern border of the West Jordan Valley.
The station will also offer service to settlements in other parts of the area, including Beershaft, Beit Shemesh, and Ein Hashlosha.
The fourth modern railliner is the Erez line, which will link the cities Ramallah and Jerusalem, with the northern West Bank settlement of Beit Sahour.
The Erez station will serve the settlements east of Ramah and the cities, including Jerusalem.
The new line will eventually connect Jerusalem and the city on the southern side of Be’er Sheva, and will eventually reach Beershet, which is about 30 kilometers (20 miles) from Jerusalem.
Another line, The Lid, will be a major new station connecting the towns of Ramat Gan, Ramat Shlomo, and Nablos.
The line will also serve as a link to the West bank settlement of Ein Zoar.
The construction phase will end in 2028.
The Kerems-Tevon line will connect Tel Aviv with the settlement of Kiryati, and eventually connect to Jerusalem.
A third modern railway line, named the Efes, will reach the Westbank settlement of Qalqilya, which has a population of around 600,000.
The project will be completed in 2033.
The sixth modern railway, called the Likud-Zion line, will link Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
It will connect to Kiryats-Jerat and the Palestinian refugee camp of Al Aqsa, and ultimately reach Bethlehem.
The Likuds-Zivtzot line will link Jerusalem with the Israeli city of Hebron, which in the 1980s was occupied by Jordan.
The southern part of the line will go to Jerusalem, the northern part to Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.
The northern part of this line will pass through the settlement, and pass under the border with the West Gaza Strip.
The final rail line will continue to connect Jerusalem with Tel Aviv, but will not reach the settlement.
The Israel-Gaza conflict continues The rail lines are the main arteries connecting Israel to the occupied Palestinian territories.
Construction of the entire system, including all of the new lines, is estimated to cost about $3 billion.
However, the construction is