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Historische Busse - Standardlinien Bus, Setra Bahnbus
Bremen

Historische Busse aus Hamburg und Celle zu Besuch im Strassenbahnmuseum Bremen Sebaldsbrück (Sep. 2009)

Copyright: Willy Kaemena
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