On June 2, 1991, The First Regular Intercity-Express (Known As ‘ICE’) Train Left Hamburg-Altona At 5:53 A.M. For Its Destination Munich. In The Opposite Direction, The Train Left Munich At 6:41 A.M. The German Network Of Express Trains Has Its Origins In The SVT Connections Of The 1930s – A Groundbreaking Infrastructure That Only Had Been Possible Because Of The Engines Which Had Been Supplied By Maybach.