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Siemens Desiro ML
Bremen

Wikipedia: "The Siemens Desiro can be built as a diesel or electric multiple unit (DMU or EMU). It is normally configured as two- and three-car trainsets. Although there are various differences between individual trains, the basic body design is the same. These trains are mostly used for regional services, and belong to a new generation of light, modular trains which have become common in many European countries."

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Uploaded: 06/10/2010
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