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Cafeteria in Syrian Train
Syria
Cafeteria in new train set made in Korea by Rotem. Syrian Railways (CFS = Chemin Fer Syrienne) bought 10 of these train sets in 2007.
Copyright: Willy Kaemena
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5000x2500
Caricate: 04/09/2008
Aggiornato: 06/06/2014
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