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TransEuropExpress 1972
Germany

Erste Klasse Abteil eines TEE (TransEuropExpress) Zuges.  Dieser Wagen wurde 1972 gebaut und ist noch heute (2010) im Einsatz. Die Wagendaten gibt es hier    Dieser Wagentyp  wurde ursprünglich  für den Luxuszug Rheingold  1962   entwickelt

Copyright: Willy Kaemena
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Uploaded: 30/11/2010
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