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FCA 6112 between a couple of "maromba" cars. These cars are used to switch on dual gauge yards. Note it has two different trucks:one narrow and other broad gauge. The locomotive is narrow gauge and uses these cars to switch MRS broad gauge cars.
A close on the couplers of a MRSL "maromba" car. This car is used to switch on dual gauge yards. Note it has one coupler to broad gauge and other to meter gauge. The car is broad gauge and is connected to a MRSL SD38M. But the narrow gauge coupler is put at side and it is used on...
EFVM GQD-296905-0 is a special car called "Maromba". It is used to switch where we have dual gauge. The right side has a broad gauge truck and the left one, a meter gauge truck. Note the coupler at right is also higher that the left one. Here we see it at Lafaiete Bandeira yard, a...
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