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Old October 13th, 2008, 12:01 AM   #1
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MISC | Passenger cars in your country

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Old November 27th, 2011, 06:36 AM   #2
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Sweden:

1930s generation



1940s generation



1950s generation



1960s generation



1980s generation



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

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Old November 27th, 2011, 09:56 PM   #3
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Good ol Amfleet.
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Very nice! I like .thanks.
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For UK...

MK1 (1950s)



MK2C (1960s)



MK2F (1970s)



MK3 (1980s)



MK4 (1990s)



After that everything became E/DMUs
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Old January 9th, 2012, 10:16 PM   #6
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Canada's latest (years' old) addition = UK's Night stock = MK5?

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Old January 14th, 2012, 03:08 PM   #7
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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
1984 rebuilt/renovated
2001(?) retired
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
2005(?) retired


195x? builder Carel-Fauché 120/140km/h ~9/11 ? built
1999/2004 retired


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:







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