Posted by Nscalemike on May 26, 2009 
Thanks for sharing this interesting image Gianfranco.
Posted by andy parr on May 26, 2009 
Posted by Wyn on May 26, 2009 
Good shooting boys.
Posted by Ky.CatFan on May 26, 2009 
The loco in the lower right corner of this photo is also an electric engine. At least in these photos very little of any electric power supply for these electric locomotives remains.
Posted by Lenny Dunlap on May 26, 2009 
A very impressive slice of global history. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Jeff Swanson on May 26, 2009 
Posted the day following Memorial Day here in America. Lest we forget - thanks Gianfranco
Posted by Nigel Curtis on May 27, 2009 
The two electric locos on the right are both E428 class. The one in the foreground is a first series with the box like front, the one behind it has the streamlimed front and is from the 3rd series. Introduced between 1934 and 1943, all withdrawn by 1988. Several have been preserved. Thanks for sharing these photos Gianfranco, a great piece of history.
Posted by FrankB on May 27, 2009 
It looks like a whole lineup of electrics at the right. Imagine having to repair all this damage, it looks daunting to say the least. Amazingly, that is just what repair crews did. And they did it under extremely difficult circumstances. These unsung hero's of railroading deserve more recognition.
Posted by JLG on May 28, 2009 
Truly amazing photos, thank you. Also shows the extreme tragedy of war......
Posted by Pedro Rezende on June 1, 2009 
It is the first time we see photos like these. Great and congratulations.
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