RailPictures.Net Photo: Er 768-04 Russian Railways Steam 0-10-0 at Between Varna and Leningrad (now St Petersburg), Russia by Daniel SIMON
 
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» Russian Railways (more..)
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» Between Varna and Leningrad (now St Petersburg) (more..)
» Between Varna and Leningrad (now St Petersburg), Russia (more..)
» June, 1990
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» Er 768-04 (more..)
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The Er 768-04 from the Russian Railways hauling the Baltic Coast Express is taking water in a liitle station between Varna and Leningrad. The train is overtaken by a freight train hauled by the 2TE116-1433. The 2TE116 is a broad gauge double diesel locomotive manufactured by Luhanskteplovoz, used extensively to haul heavy freight trains in the Soviet Union and its successor states.
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