RailPictures.Net Photo: 1679 SBB Historic De 4/4 at Saland, Switzerland by Georg Trüb
 
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Baggage railcar De 4/4 # 1679 of SBB Historic, built in 1928 by SWS and SAAS, is pulling a mixed freight/passenger train from Sennhof-Kyburg to Bauma, between Wila and Saland. The third class passenger car C4 # 9002 was built in 1909 by SIG Neuhausen and was inaugurated like new in spring 2018. The beautiful vintage freight cars are from the Dampfbahn-Verein Zürcher Oberland (DVZO). The train circulated on the occasion of the railcar meeting 2018 at Bauma.
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