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U57.001 "Malý štokr" v Osoblaze ke Dni dětí
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U57.001 na nádraží v Osoblaze. Vlak vypravený 1.6.2011 na Den dětí - první letošní jízda "Malého štokru" pro veřejnost.

Copyright: Robert Mročka
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Uploaded: 02/06/2011
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Tags: osoblaha; u57; štokr; lokomotiva; vlak
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