THE EST CRASH BUFFER - Information and References on the EST Crash Buffers G1, R1 and X1

The EST CRASH BUFFER
Information and References


EBW-Cargo V270

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EBW-Cargo V270.07 at the Arriva works (formerly OMB) in Neustrelitz
(Photo: EST, added 30.05.2008).

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(Photo: EST, added 30.05.2008).

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EBW-Cargo V270.06 in the Rhine Valley near Brunnenstück junction on 01.05.2007
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 21.05.2007).

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EBW-Cargo V270.06 with a track building train in Wangen im Allgäu, 09.09.2006
(Photo: EST, added 09.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 09.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 09.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 09.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 09.09.2006).

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EBW-Cargo V270.06, InnoTrans 2004, Berlin, September 2004
(Photo: EST, added 25.10.2004).

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EBW-Cargo V270 is equipped with the S-version of the EST Crash Buffer (G1-200S),
which operates with a reduced deformation force and is used when
especially low loads on the vehicle structure or the internal functional units are desired.
(Photo: EST, added 25.10.2004).

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Refurbishment of EBW-Cargo V270.06 by OMB (Ostmecklenburgische Bahnwerk GmbH)
(Photo: OMB, added 30.10.2004).


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