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The EST CRASH BUFFER
Information and References


ATC E 186

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OHE 186 129 from ATC on its maiden service on 31.01.2008
(Photo: Sebastian Schrader, added 31.03.2008).

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ATC locomotives E 186 107, 126, 102 and 105 during a special Bombardier roll-out event
on 05.12.2007
(Photo: Sebastian Schrader, added 18.01.2008).

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(Photo: Albert Hitfield, added 25.01.2008).

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E 186 101 and 102 with a gravel train near Rodie Fiesso
(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 10.06.2007).

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E 186 126 in Hennigsdorf on 10.12.2006
(Photo: Jens Schuricke, added 08.01.2007).

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E 186 101 during test drives at the Lötschberg South ramp (08.12.2006),
with Class 128 001 (12X) serving as a break locomotive
(Photo: Daniel Schärer, added 18.12.2006).

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E 186 101 and 128 001 (12X) in Winterthur on 12.11.2006
(Photo: Daniel Schärer, added 05.02.2007).

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Classes E 186 111 (TRAXX MS, Angel Trains) 246 001 and (TRAXX P160 DE, LNVG)
effectively highlighted Bombardier's rigorous platform and parts sharing concept
at the InnoTrans 2006 fair in Berlin, which includes the
EST deformation system Duplex G1.A1, amongst others
(Photo: EST, added 26.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 26.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 26.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 26.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 26.09.2006).

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(Photo: EST, added 26.09.2006).


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