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

The EST CRASH BUFFER
Information and References


SBB Cargo Am843

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Am 843 054 in Luzern on 09.06.2016
(EST, added 15.07.2016).

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Am 843 093 near Thayngen on 14.04.2007
(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 10.06.2007).

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SBB "cargo" Am 843 061 in Spiez on 13.04.2007. Next to the right, there is
BLS Class 185 577, which is also equipped with EST Crash Buffers type G1-200 M
(Photo: EST, added 16.04.2007).

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SBB "cargo" Am 843 067 in Winterthur
(Photo: EST, added 28.03.2007).

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SBB "cargo" Am 843 052 serving the Bellinzona freight train station, seen on 09.02.2007
(Photo: EST, added 12.02.2007).

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(Photo: EST, added 12.02.2007).

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SBB "cargo" Am 843 055-5 in Giornico on 17.02.2005, in front of the Gotthard-massif
(Photo: www.bahnbilder.de, Daniel Schärer, added 11.05.2005).

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SBB "cargo" Am 843 086-0 between Oberrüti and Rotkreuz on 08.02.2005
(Photo: www.bahnbilder.de, Daniel Schärer, added 11.05.2005).

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SBB Am 843 066-2 at the InnoTrans 2004 trade fair, Berlin, September 2004
(Photo: EST, added 25.10.2004).

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The EST Crash Buffer G1-200M at the Am843
(Photo: EST, added 25.10.2004).


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