RailPictures.Net Photo: 446 018, 015 EDG (Eisenbahndienstleister Gmbh) Thayngen/Switzerland Re 446 at Winterthur, Switzerland by Georg Trüb
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» EDG (Eisenbahndienstleister Gmbh) Thayngen/Switzerland (more..)
» Re 446 (more..)
» between Winterthur and Oberwinterthur (more..)
» Winterthur, Switzerland (more..)
» June 02, 2020
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The former Südostbahn locomotives, which were built as Re 4/4 IV for the SBB, now owned and operated by the EDG (Eisenbahndienstleister Gmbh, Thayngen), Re 446 # 018 (in the Akademie St.Gallen publicity paint scheme) and # 015 (in publicity paint scheme for the Swiss museum of transport, Lucerne) in multiple control, are pulling the heavy VTG silo cars train loaded with import sugar from Poland. The train ran in Switzerland from Basel via Bözberg-Regensdorf-Kloten-Winterthur to Islikon (Swiss sugar Frauenfeld). In the rear of the train was locomotive 185 # 596, which pulled the train in Germany, and will pull the empty train back some days later.
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