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» Untitled (more..)
» Em 3/3 (more..)
» between Etzwilen and Hemishofen (more..)
» Hemishofen, Switzerland (more..)
» August 16, 2020
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» 18814 (more..)
» Unknown
» Georg Trüb (more..)
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Former SBB diesellocomotive Em 3/3 # 18814, built in 1962 with 600 Hp, now privately owned and operated by the SEHR (Stiftung Museumsbahn Stein am Rhein – Etzwilen – Hemishofen – Ramsen & Rielasingen – Singen SEHR & RS) is pulling the first passenger train after 51 years, which will run over the entire line Etzwilen-Singen, over the Rhine bridge at Hemishofen. The 25 meter high and 254 meter long truss bridge was bulit in 1875, when the line was built. The train with the 5 former Deutsche Bahn, then IGE, express train cars and in the rear a dining and a baggage car (privately owned), will be pulled from Ramsen to Singen by the steamlocomotive 01 # 202.
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