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2009-08-25-0004.jpg (115237 bytes)

Steam engine at CFM station Ocnita
25.8.2009
Martin P.


2009-08-28-0067.jpg (99448 bytes)

Steam engine at CFM station Basarabeasca.
28.8.2009
Martin P.


Basarabeasca_ER-799-34_20050819.jpg (115738 bytes)

Hungarian, Ganz-MÁVAG built steam engine, No. ER-799-34 in Basarabaesca station, on 19th August, 2005.

Photo and scan by Mark Gayer (gayermark@freemail.hu)



Chishinau_ER85-63_20050816.jpg (121925 bytes)

ER-85 63 plinthed at Chisinau. (16 August 2005)

Photo and scan by Mark Gayer (gayermark@freemail.hu)



TE_435_Beresti.jpg (136437 bytes)

The nicely preserved standard gauge 'Kriegslok' TE-435 (Borsig 15532/1943) is awaiting for better times at Beresti, near the border with Romania.

Photo©: Steffen Mann
Scan by Cornel Mischinger(cmischinger@yahoo.com)



Tighina_SU69-77_20050816.jpg (183383 bytes)

SU 69-77 plinthed in Tighina, on 16th of August, 2005.

Photo and scan by Mark Gayer (gayermark@freemail.hu)



b213.jpg (80659 bytes)

Steam locomotive in front of the railway station Bender-1 in Bender, Transnistria (Moldova). 18.07.2011

Photo by Balázs Rusznyák (ruba2@freemail.hu)



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Steam locomotive in front of the railway station Bender-1 in Bender, Transnistria (Moldova). 18.07.2011 Plaque on the front commemorating the heroic work of the railway employees in moldovan and russian. This is one of the rare places where cyrilic writen moldovan can be seen.

Photo by Balázs Rusznyák (ruba2@freemail.hu)



b215.jpg (75155 bytes)

Steam locomotive in front of the railway station Bender-1 in Bender, Transnistria (Moldova). 18.07.2011 The coat of arms of the Soviet Union can be seen on the locomotive.

Photo by Balázs Rusznyák (ruba2@freemail.hu)



b216.jpg (78939 bytes)

Steam locomotive in front of the railway station Bender-1 in Bender, Transnistria (Moldova). 18.07.2011 The coat of arms of the Soviet Union can be seen on the locomotive.

Photo by Balázs Rusznyák (ruba2@freemail.hu)



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