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ÖBB Ampz 73 81 18-91 224-0 in Kufstein, 16-07-2013.
© Eddy Konijnendijk.
ÖBB first class open coach Ampz 73 81 18-91 242-2. First built in early 1990
as Amz 73 81 18-91 002-0 (with eight six-seat compartments and one "manager
compartment"), rebuilt 1996 into Amz 73 81 19-91 042-5 (with nine six-seat
compartments), again rebuilt 2005 with open interior.
ÖBB-EC 668 "Steirisches Thermenland", currently Graz - Landeck (due to closure of Arlberg line after floods - regular routing would be to Bregenz), Graz Hbf, 2005-09-25.
ÖBB first class open coach Ampz 73 81 18-91 242-2. This is one of the
coaches with MD522 bogies. Another car, the 73 81 18-91 235-4, has been
rebuilt in the same way, that one with SGP300 bogies. It is not clear
whether all 50 Amz73 coaches will be rebuilt in the same way.
ÖBB-EC 668 "Steirisches Thermenland", Graz Hbf, 2005-09-25.
ÖBB first class open coach Ampz 73 81 18-91 242-2, interior.
The entrance rooms and lavatories remain the same size, the seating area
is one room of almost 21 m length without any partitions. The seats (of
type Compin Auriga)
are the same as in other refurbished Ampz and ADmpsz coaches - not very
well aligned with the windows, so from some rows the view is not
ÖBB-EC 668 "Steirisches Thermenland", between Graz and Leoben, 2005-09-25.
MAV EC62/"EC Bartók Béla/ is passing under the bridge,1.st class ÖBB coach./Budapest Keleti-München Hbf/
Digital photo: B. Krisztian email@example.com
R47 traianus-OBB first class car Ampz (upgraded) in Arad station.
Photo by Coste Paul(firstname.lastname@example.org)