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31_81_3900_242-8_Dv1.jpg (157641 bytes)

Older flat car Rs 31 81 3900 242-8, part of a transport of 60 meter rails, at Donawitz. 2009-04-29.

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31_81_390_0_229-5_Dv1.jpg (158404 bytes)

ÖBB 31 81 390 0 229-5 Rs, middle car of a rail transport train for 120 m long rails, consisting of six cars. The rails are fixed by the support in the middle, holding them so they cannot slide out lengthwise. Leoben-Donawitz, 2009-04-19.

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31_81_390_1_422-5_Dv1.jpg (162359 bytes)

ÖBB 31 81 390 1 422-5 Rs, middle car of a rail transport train for 120 m long rails, consisting of six cars. Two supports for the 20 rails. Leoben-Donawitz, 2009-04-19.

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31_81_390_1_464-7_Dv1.jpg (160220 bytes)

ÖBB 31 81 390 1 464-7 Rs, middle car of a rail transport train for 120 m long rails, consisting of six cars. Two supports for the 20 rails. Leoben-Donawitz, 2009-04-19.

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31_81_390_1_496-9_Dv1.jpg (160682 bytes)

ÖBB 31 81 390 1 496-9 Rs, middle car of a rail transport train for 120 m long rails, consisting of six cars. Two supports for the 20 rails. Leoben-Donawitz, 2009-04-19.

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ÖBB 31 81 390 1 420 in Buchs/SG on 16th of June 2005. No I don't think the car is noteworthy, but the way of loading. The wight should not be the problem (estimated 44 metric tons), but the high: The truck should be between 3200 and 3400 mm high and the Mercedes G-class must be 30 or 50 cm higher. Maybe it would help put off the air from the truck-tires...

Photo by Arnim v. Herff (arnimvherff@uni-duisburg.de)



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