RailPictures.Net Photo: 10944 SBB Ae 4/7 at Herzogenbuchsee, Switzerland by Fritz Sommer
 
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» September 19, 1991
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In 1991 such pictures were still part of everyday life: Ae 4/7 double traction with inland freight train near Herzogenbuchsee. The leading locomotive with the number 10944 was built in 1931 and had thus already left 6 decades behind. The machines were coupled in double traction with the single leading axle against each other, so that you could see always a side with Buchli drive.
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