Brand new LINT 1648 203 & 204 for Oberpfalzbahn (a subsidiary of the Regentalbahn) are on the way from Alstom plant Salzgitter to Schwandorf
LINT 41 RDC is leaving Thale on its way to Magdeburg
The cockpit of a lint 41.
This train was the last leg on my trip from Paris, that made the time (2 at NIGHT) all worthwhile! All that rested was another half hour by bike (yes, I am Dutch alright)
Just driven out of Doetinchem CS heading for Winterswijk. In the back you can see the light posts of the "De Graafschap" football stadium. Sony F717
At some angles even the smallest train can look big, this would be one of those few angles.
The driver cabin of the Lint 41. My apologies for the light conditions.
Just a few minutes before the day starts again for this train. For now it can still enjoy a lovely morning sun.
The last pic (out of 3) shows the interior of the Lint-41. The interior is spartan, not even toilets! It is obvious it's only a short-distance commuter train. It does have airco though! :-)
For technical specifications please visit: http://www.syntus.nl/01_OverSyntus/Engels/04/01_04_04_01.html
Syntus is a local train company operating in the east of the Netherlands. They drive on the routes Arnhem-Winterwijk, Winterswijk-Zutphen and from December 14th 2003 also Zutphen-Hengelo-Oldenzaal... (more)