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Wiener Linien type X 3711. Two cars were shown at InnoTrans, in service these will form fixed six-car consists with all middle cars powered. They are prepared for driverless operation. Like type V they are air-conditioned and fully gangwayed; the design isn't particularly spectacular. They will probably go into service during 2023; 34 trains are ordered that will replace the oldest units of type U. InnoTrans, Berlin, September 2022.

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Wiener Linien type X 3711. Except for a lighted LED band the front end is all black. InnoTrans, Berlin, September 2022.

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Wiener Linien type X 3711. The door arrangement is the same as on older units. InnoTrans, Berlin, September 2022.

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Wiener Linien type X 3711. The driver's console looks rather traditional with analog speedometer and plenty of buttons; this is to preserve commonality within the fleet for drivers. InnoTrans, Berlin, September 2022.

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Wiener Linien type X 3711. Interior with (rather hard) seats in red, the blue seats are priority seats for elderly, pregnant and disabled people.

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Wiener Linien type X 3711. Interior. A box on the sidewall contains equipment for automatic driverless operation. tobias b köhler


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Wiener Linien type X 3711. Interior. Wide gangways between the cars allow easy circulation within the train. tobias b köhler


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PolRegio EN57AL-1369 departs from Poznan Gl. on a service to Kolobrzeg, Poland, 21.11.2022.

Photo by Michal Kozicki (michalmarekkozicki@gmail.com)



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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0. The first completed car for the ordered ICE L sets. Deutsche Bahn will order up to 100 push-pull trainsets that can either be operated with new multi-system electric locomotives (Talgo Travca) or with dual power locomotives (Vectron DM). It is planned to take the first trains into service in 2024; they will reach speeds of up to 230 km/h. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Sorry for the strange light, the car stood under a bridge with not much space around. The passenger cars have entrance doors on one end (for level boarding from 760 mm platforms) and roof-mounted air-conditioning units. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Front view showing the suspension and running gear. The gangway cover is temporary. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Close-up on a wheel showing the disk brake. Additionally some wheels are equipped with magnetic track brakes. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Side view of the wheel showing the mechanism transferring longitudinal forces to the wheelset and steering it radially to the track. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Interior with luggage rack and sliding door. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Seats from behind with a large table and a small table on top, for mobile devices and other small items. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). The seats by Fainsa are the first in a new design standard introduced by Deutsche Bahn in 2022 for future long-distance trains. As in some other recent ICE classes reserved seats are marked at the headrest. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). The seats by Fainsa are the first in a new design standard introduced by Deutsche Bahn in 2022 for future long-distance trains. As in some other recent ICE classes reserved seats are marked at the headrest. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Two groups of seats per car have a large table; the window size and position is chosen to give a good view from all seats. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Seatback tables are large but the magazine net doesn't offer much space. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Screens on the ceiling will show the next stop. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Half of the cars have two toilets on one end, in an arrangement similar to the railjet. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Interior of a standard toilet (rather small). InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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D-DB 73 80 28-91 000-5 Bpz892.0 (ICE L). Wash basin along the sidewall with sensors for water, soap and hand dryer. InnoTrans 2022, Berlin. tobias b köhler


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