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The DB 120 137-5 with an IC in Rostock.

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The DB 120 137-5 with an IC in Rostock.
30.09.2017

The DB 120 137-5 with an IC in Rostock.
30.09.2017

Stefan Wohlfahrt http://klein-aber-fein---imagination.startbilder.de/ 04.06.2018, 50 views, 0 comments

EXIF: SONY ILCA-77M2, Date 2017:09:30 09:58:46, Exposure time: 1/500, Aperture: 80/10, ISO160, Focal length: 280/10

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The DB 120 205-0 with a RB to Hamburg by his stop in Schwerin. 

23.09.2017
The DB 120 205-0 with a RB to Hamburg by his stop in Schwerin. 23.09.2017
Stefan Wohlfahrt

Germany / Electric locomotives / 120

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The DB 120 137-5 with an IC in Rostock Main Station. 
30.09.2017
The DB 120 137-5 with an IC in Rostock Main Station. 30.09.2017
Stefan Wohlfahrt

120 205-5 with a RE from Rostock to Hamburg by his stop in Schwerin.
23.09.2017
120 205-5 with a RE from Rostock to Hamburg by his stop in Schwerin. 23.09.2017
Stefan Wohlfahrt

DB Class 120 115-1 arriving at Leipzig Central Station May 1st 2017 - The locomotives' prototypes, delivered in 1979 (Mark 120.0), were one of the first electric locomotives with three-phase motors. They were based on experiences made in the 1970s with diesel-electric test platforms (Mark DE 2500/ DB Mark 202). In Norway, a new four-axle Locomotive, Mark El-17, was launched during 1983 with top speeds up to 93 miles per hour (150 km/h).
DB Class 120 115-1 arriving at Leipzig Central Station May 1st 2017 - The locomotives' prototypes, delivered in 1979 (Mark 120.0), were one of the first electric locomotives with three-phase motors. They were based on experiences made in the 1970s with diesel-electric test platforms (Mark DE 2500/ DB Mark 202). In Norway, a new four-axle Locomotive, Mark El-17, was launched during 1983 with top speeds up to 93 miles per hour (150 km/h).
Hans Christian Davidsen






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