Pinsteps. Museum of the Kfar Yehoshua Valley Railway Station

The historic valley train is the railroad linking Haifa with the Hijazi rail between Damascus and the Arabian Peninsula. The need to build the tracks was due to the desire of the Ottomans to connect the Hejazian train to the port city of Haifa and also to compete in the French Huron railroad. The length of the tracks from Damascus to Zera was 123 kilometers. In 1903, the section between Zeraa and Haifa was built. A section from Haifa to Beit She'an was inaugurated in January 1904 and was about 59 kilometers long. After the establishment of the State of Israel, the train was disabled. Translated with Google Translate


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Kfar Yehoshua Wild Plant Collection Course, February 13, 2020

Collection of wild plants with Mr. Barak Sagi in Kfar Yehoshua. We started with Iris Ben Zvi's organic farm. We collected sorrel, Galium aparine, Lamium amplexicaule, wild beet, Green Lup (Arum hygrophilum), Goose Spoon (Chenopodium murale), Oxalis. Translated with Google Translate

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