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RENFE : 350

Locomotora diesel historica 350 con Talgo II.Construida por American Car Foundry. Madrid 8/97

Historic diesel locomotive of Renfe class 350 whit Talgo II.

Photo: Carlos PÚrez Arnau (carlosperez@studio3.es)



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RENFE : 350 (ex - 1T)

Locomotora diesel 350 Talgo II. Los ingenieros espa˝oles se desplazaron en 1945 a Estados Unidos para realizar el prototipo y su construccion, con la compa˝ia American Car and Foundry. Se construyeron 3 locomotoras y dos composiciones de 16 coches.

Diesel locomotive 350 Talgo II. The Spanish engineers moved in 1945 to United States to carry out the prototype and their construction, with the company American Car and Foundry. 3 locomotives and two compositions of 16 cars were built.

Museo: Vilanova (Barcelona) 5/8/01

Photo: Carlos PÚrez Arnau / carlosperez@studio3.es



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RENFE : 350 (ex - 1T)

Locomotora diesel 350 Talgo II. Circularon a partir de 1949 entre Madrid y Hendaya. Disposicion de ejes Bo Bo.

Diesel locomotive 350 Talgo II. They circulated starting from 1949 between Madrid and Hendaya. Disposition of axes Bo Bo.

Museo: Vilanova (Barcelona) 5/8/01

Photo: Carlos PÚrez Arnau / carlosperez@studio3.es



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Renfe 350.002, preservada en el Museo de Madrid-Delicias. 25/05/2006.

Renfe 350.002, preserved at Madrid-Delicias Museum. 25/05/2006.

Manuel Marcos (manueljosemarcosmontero@hotmail.com)



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Renfe 350.002, preservada en el Museo de Madrid-Delicias. 25/05/2006.

Renfe 350.002, preserved at Madrid-Delicias Museum. 25/05/2006.

Manuel Marcos (manueljosemarcosmontero@hotmail.com)



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MatÚriel historique exposÚ au musÚe de Vilanova i la Geltru, Catalogne, Espagne (fÚvrier 2007)

Photo Christian Fincato dfg@waika9.com



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Railway Museum Vilanova i la Geltr˙ - Spain
Talgo II locomotive class 350 with some coaches. The train started operating in 1950 between Madrid and Hendaye. The locomotives were withdrawn in 1976.
Vilanova i la Geltr˙, 11-03-2011

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



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Class 350 (350.002, ex-2T, "Virgen de Aranzazu"), seen at Bilbao-Abando, awaiting departure on Talgo 354 to Madrid-Chamartin...

When Talgo II stock quit service in 1972, the 4 locos (1-4T) used hitherto with that fleet were re-formed into 2 pairs, and fitted with Scharffenberg couplers, so that they could haul the daily Talgo III service Madrid<->Bilbao on Miranda de Ebro-Bilbao.

Their livery was also adapted to Talgo III standards. Those 2x2 locos had eventually gone in 1976, replaced with newly-delivered Class 269 (and TG1z-111 generators).

Bilbao-Abando.

August 1975.

Photo by Eduardo Gonzßlez (FTS@tranvia.org) (Acknowledgements).

Posting and comment by P.L.Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr).



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Class 350 (350.002, ex-2T, "Virgen de Aranzazu"), seen upon turnaround at Miranda de Ebro.

This loco-pair had hauled Talgo 352 from Bilbao in the late-afternoon, and was to revert to Bilbao in the evening, heading Talgo 353 from Madrid.

Miranda de Ebro.

Spring 1974.

Photo by Ricard Ricˇn Serra (ricard_ricon@hotmail.com) (Acknowledgements).

Posting and comment by P.L.Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr).



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RENFE Talgo II, Vilanova Museum, Spain, October 1999

Photo by M.R.Koblischka (m.koblischka@mx.uni-saarland.de)



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Talgo II set of RENFE, hauled with a Class 350 Diesel loco (ex 1T to 4T), seen at Barcelona-Paseo de Gracia (now Passeig de Gracia).

This pic was taken at some time between January 1959 and August 1964, when a Talgo II set served Barcelona, to/from Madrid (3-weekly), running in the afternoon and the evening.

This service must be the Barcelona TÚrmino (now Estašiˇ de Franša)-Madrid Atocha service, seen shortly after its departure, at around 01.30pm.

At that time, this station was not fully covered, and enjoyed a welcome daylight.

Photo by an unknown author (many thanks, though), from Tranvia.org and perolo.binario.trenes.

Posting and comment by P.L.Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



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Talgo II set of RENFE, hauled with a Class 350 Diesel loco (ex 1T to 4T) "Virgen de Begona", seen in Barcelona, close to the Plaza de las Glorias (Now Plaša Glories) on the chord between Barcelona-TÚrmino (now Estašiˇ de Franša) and Barcelona-Paseo de Gracia (now Passeig de Gracia).

This pic was taken at some time between January 1959 and August 1964, when a Talgo II set served Barcelona, to/from Madrid (3-weekly), running in the afternoon and the evening.

This service must be the Barcelona TÚrmino-Madrid Atocha service, seen shortly after its departure, at around 01.30pm.

This area is now fully built, and tracks were covered in the late-80s, in the frame of the remodelling of rail infrastructure for the Olympics'92.

Photo by an unknown author (many thanks, though), from Tranvia.org and perolo.binario.trenes.

Posting and comment by P.L.Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



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RENFE Talgo II train with its american-style diesel locomotive, preserved at Madrid Delicias station (National Railways Museum). The cars are very small compared to nowadays Talgos, and the locomotive has been added some windows on its side to see the diesel engine and the electric generator.

Photo by Julio Castillo Jr. (jcastjr@telcom.es)



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Museo del Ferrocarril de Madrid Cabeza tractora del Talgo II 18/02/2010

Photo Christian Fincato (christian.fincato@neuf.fr)



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Railway Museum Vilanova i la Geltr˙ - Spain
Diesel locomotives and a railcar on display around the turntable at Vilanova museum.
Vilanova i la Geltr˙, 11-03-2011

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



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