Narrow gauge trains in Karintorf
Karinskaya narrow gauge railway, Tekhnicheskaya station, Karintorf. The only passenger service for Karintorf town, also was transport of peat for power station in Kirowo-Chepetsk. Now freight service abandoned. Diesel-hydravlic loco TU4 with charter train http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Каринская узкоколейная железная дорога
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上传: 27/04/2012
更新: 30/04/2012


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