|Railways (Inter)national commuter and freight trains|
|October 13th, 2008, 12:01 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: [X] Amsterdam, NL-[ ]Pune, India-[ ]Santander, Spain
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MISC | Passenger cars in your country
How do they look like?
|November 27th, 2011, 06:36 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Uppsala, S, Europe
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1960s generation repainted and rebuilt
1980s generation repainted and rebuilt
Former German Restaurant, now used from Uppsala to Stockholm and Göteborg
Special one for tourist trains
|December 6th, 2011, 11:47 PM||#5|
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: London, Manchester, Sheffield, Moscow
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After that everything became E/DMUs
"BEFORE WE MARRY...I HAVE A SECRET!"
I <3 London
Last edited by poshbakerloo; December 7th, 2011 at 12:01 AM.
|January 14th, 2012, 03:08 PM||#7|
Join Date: May 2005
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Some portuguese cars:
1925/29 builder: linke-hofmann (as german war reparations stock)
1942 builder: Budd Co. 120km/h ~30 built
notethese came from the us in knocked down KIT's in the END of 1941 tru the uber-infested atlantic and were assembled locally up to early 1942?)
1948/1949 builder Schindler 120km/h ~50 built
195x? builder Carel-Fauché 120/140km/h ~9/11 ? built
1963 Eurofima/Sorefame "Inox de saias" (builder: sorefame) 120km/h(later 140km/h with new bogeis) ~35 built
1967 B600-"Metalizada do Barreiro" 100km/h(later 120km/h) (rebuilt in CP works from old stock) ~70 built
1967/8 builder: sorefame "mini-saia" 120km/h , some rebuilt as IC v2 ~200 built
1972 builder sorefame 120km/h & 140km/h variants, also petrol and electric heating ~200 built
1985/6 builder: sorefame "corail" (first cars with AC, originally 160km/h , later upgraded to 200km/h) ~59 built
1993/95 rebuilder emef/sorefame (old box , 160km/h AC new interiors) ~45 rebuilt
Aditionally there were a lot of old 2 and 4 axle wooden stock from 1929 (and older) and some wagon-lit/sncf relics in restaurant and sleeper services:
"Embora tambem acontecesse noutras datas , as visitas às igrejas durante a semana santa faziam , num só dia , mais cornudos do que a na vida habitual durante todo o ano."
Charles Fréderic de Merveilleux , 1726 in Memórias de Portugal.
"os únicos que ainda são capazes de resistir ao FMI são as empregadas de hotel"