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The EST CRASH BUFFER
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BLS Re485

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BLS 485 011 at Basel Badischer Bahnhof station
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 11.08.2008).

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Quadruple traction service with BLS Re 485 locomotives on the
Bietschtalviadukt bridge in the Swiss Alps,
from 2007 on with EST Crash Buffers type G1-200 M
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 18.01.2008).

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Re 485 009 and 020 in Kumm on 23.02.2008
(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 19.03.2008).

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BLS Re 485 018 and BR 185 536 near Frutigen on 17.10.2007,
above the north gate of the Lötschberg base tunnel
(Photo: Markus Seeger, added 25.01.2008).

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Re 485 011 and 009 at the Kanderviadukt bridge on 16.11.2007
(Photo: Markus Seeger, added 25.01.2008).

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Re 485 004 and 020 near Frutigen on 16.11.2007
(Photo: Markus Seeger, added 25.01.2008).

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BLS Re 485 005 in the Spiez depot, after retro-fitting EST Crash Buffers type G1-200 M.
In the course of 2007, all 20 vehicles of Class Re 485 will be converted to EST Crash Buffers
(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 16.04.2007).

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(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 16.04.2007).

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A heavy freight train of BLS in Spiez on 13.04.2007, waiting for
departure onto the Lötschberg ramp to cross the Alps.
BLS Re 485 005 forms the fourth position in the quadruple traction service
(Photo: EST, added 16.04.2007).

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(Photo: EST, added 16.04.2007).

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(Photo: EST, added 16.04.2007).

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BLS Re 485 005 with the RoLa train 43609 near Kiesen in the Aare valley on 16.04.2007
(Photo: Markus Seeger, added 19.04.2007).


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