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ÖBB RoLa passenger coach

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Passenger coach to accompany the dedicated lorry hauling trainsets (RoLa)
operated by Austrian federal railways ÖBB. All 59 passenger coaches accompanying
ÖBB RoLa trainsets have been converted with EST Crash Buffers R1-200 S in 2005.
Further vehicles were added in 2007
(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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RoLa logistics terminal in Wörgl, Tyrol, on 12.10.2005.
The Wörgl (Austria) - Trento (Italy) RoLa train is being loaded
(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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RoLa Wörgl (Österreich) - Trento (Italien) headed for the Brenner Alpine pass,
between Kundl and Brixlegg, Tyrol, 12.10.2005
(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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RoLa passenger coach at the ÖBB TS service depot Innsbruck, 12.10.2005
(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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EST Crash Buffer R1-200S
(Photo: EST, added 12.10.2005).

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ÖBB "Taurus" 1116 238-5 with a RoLa train in the early evening light of 11.05.2005
(Photo: Hanspeter Reschinger, added 13.05.2005).

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GySEV 1047 504 with a RoLa train in Ebenfurth, Austria
(Photo: das digitale eisenbahn fotoarchiv, Christian Beckers, added 20.04.2005).


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