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

The EST CRASH BUFFER
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SBB Re482

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SBB Cargo 482 037 passes Laufach, at the base of the Spessart ramp,
on 13.10.2007 in double traction
(Photo: EST, added 22.10.2007).

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(Photo: EST, added 22.10.2007).

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SBB Cargo 482 037 passes Laufach, Spessart, 16.10.2007. In the background, Class E94
"Krokodil" 1020 041-8 of MWB can be seen, which is equipped with EST Crash Buffers, too
(Photo: EST, added 22.10.2007).

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SBB Cargo 482 037 passes Laufach, Spessart, on 16.10.2007
(Photo: EST, added 22.10.2007).

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SBB 482 039 with a freight train headed for Basel, near Muggensturm in the Rhine valley
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 19.04.2007).

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SBB 482 037 in Ludwigshafen-Oggersheim
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 03.01.2007).

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SBB 482 036 (with EST Crash Buffers) together with 482 020 (still conventionally equipped),
crossing the river Murg in Rastatt
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 12.06.2006).

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SBB 482 036 passes Karlsruhe main station on 18.03.2006
(Photo: Tobias Mayerle, added 06.04.2006).

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SBB Cargo Re 482 038 passes Rotkreuz (08.04.2006)
(Photo: Daniel Schärer, added 11.05.2006).


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