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751 154 on the 20th of June, 2012 on the Railway station Kladno Ostrovec.

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751 154 on the 20th of June, 2012 on the Railway station Kladno Ostrovec.

751 154 on the 20th of June, 2012 on the Railway station Kladno Ostrovec.

Jiri Zanka 24.08.2012, 546 views, 0 comments

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KDS 751 115-7 (T478.1115) on 16.12.2019 in KDS Kladno.
KDS 751 115-7 (T478.1115) on 16.12.2019 in KDS Kladno.
Jiri Zanka

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Leonardus Schrijvers

Czechia / Diesel locomotives / 751

12 1200x800 Px, 17.03.2020

T478-1002 was one of the prototypes of later class 751 and had somewhat more rounded cabs, earning her the nickname Bardotka (after the French actress Brigitte Bardot -who might have find reason for annoyment being compared to a Diesellocomotive) and has survived and resides now at the railway museum of Luzna u Rakovnika. There she stands on 13 May 2012.
T478-1002 was one of the prototypes of later class 751 and had somewhat more rounded cabs, earning her the nickname Bardotka (after the French actress Brigitte Bardot -who might have find reason for annoyment being compared to a Diesellocomotive) and has survived and resides now at the railway museum of Luzna u Rakovnika. There she stands on 13 May 2012.
Leonardus Schrijvers

T478-1002 was one of the prototypes of later class 751 and had somewhat more rounded cabs, earning her the nickname Bardotka (after the French actress Brigitte Bardot -who might have find reason for annoyment being compared to a Diesellocomotive) and has survived and resides now at the railway museum of Luzna u Rakovnika. There she pulls out an extra train on 13 May 2012.
T478-1002 was one of the prototypes of later class 751 and had somewhat more rounded cabs, earning her the nickname Bardotka (after the French actress Brigitte Bardot -who might have find reason for annoyment being compared to a Diesellocomotive) and has survived and resides now at the railway museum of Luzna u Rakovnika. There she pulls out an extra train on 13 May 2012.
Leonardus Schrijvers

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