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  1. Excursion train leaving mainline station.

    Excursion train leaving mainline station.

    This is such a long time ago, that I may only say that the picture is taken in Scandinavia. Both locomotives are GM-EMD products, the lead loco with body made in Sweden.
  2. The switcher: "Gamle Ole"

    The switcher: "Gamle Ole"

    This is Denmarks oldest working steam locomotive, built by Alexander Chaplin & Co in Glasgow, Scotland. Take a look at the brake... That one is easy to explain how it works....
  3. Rubber Nose

    Rubber Nose

    resund trains are operated by both DSB and SJ (Swedish class X31K). These "rubber noses" link Malm and Copenhagen over the bridge every 20 minutes, but also go on further into Sweden and Denmark. Although celebrated as "flexible" these things are far from that. Always...

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