RailPictures.Net Photo: 241 A 65 Untitled Steam 4-8-2 at Frick, Switzerland by Georg Trüb
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» Untitled (more..)
» Steam 4-8-2 (more..)
» between Frick and Hornussen (more..)
» Frick, Switzerland (more..)
» August 05, 2016
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» 241 A 65 (more..)
» Unknown
» Georg Trüb (more..)
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Former french railway SNCF 4-8-2 "Mountain" express train steamlocomotive 241 A # 65 (former ETAT 241 001), a four cylinder compound (de Glehn design) built in 1931 by Fives/Lille for the "Chemin de fer de l'ETAT", is coal fired and has about 3500 HP, max. velocity was 110 km/h (today in Switzerland 100 km/h). Driving wheel diameter 1950 mm or 6.4 ft, weight in working order with tender 200 ton. The locomotive is operational for association "241 A 65" and based in Full/Argovie. It is storming up the Bözberg ramp (grade of 1.4 %) with a train to the Lyss steam days.
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  ApertureFNumber  f/8.0
  Make  Canon
  Model  Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  ExposureTime  1/800
  ISOSpeedRatings  800
  Flash  16
  FocalLength  50/1

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