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

The EST CRASH BUFFER
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ATC BR 185.5

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185 577 in front of the BLS depot in Spiez, Switzerland, 13.04.2007
(Photo: EST, added 19.04.2007).

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185 577 adjoins 576 in double traction
(Photo: EST, added 19.04.2007).

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Class 185 576 (newbuild) in the foreground having the EST deformation systems type Duplex G1.A1,
with Class Re 485 005 (retrofit) in the background, having EST Crash Buffers type G1-200 M
(Photo: EST, added 19.04.2007).

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185 577, Re 485 012, 185 091 and 185 126 with a heavy freight train
on the BLS-South Ramp, 01.03.2007
(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 08.03.2007).

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ATC 185 576, recently put into service for BLS of Switzerland, arrives at Lalden, 02.03.2007
(Photo: www.trainpassion.ch, Daniel Schärer, added 08.03.2007).

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ATC (Angel Trains Cargo) 185 575, on duty for HGK, in Berlin Ruhleben on 14.12.2006
(Photo: Sebastian Schrader, added 18.12.2006).

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(Photo: Sebastian Schrader, added 18.12.2006).

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(Photo: Sebastian Schrader, added 18.12.2006).


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