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MRCE Class 66

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MRCE-Dispolok/RTB/TrainsporT AG 9280 1266 115-5
passing Köln-Gremberg on 20.11.2010
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 28.03.2011).

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DE 6303 from the leasing fleet of MRCE
(Photo: Bernd Knaak, added 04.03.2010).

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HGK DE 673 (Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln AG),
on lease from MRCE, at Ulm main station on 01.01.2009
(Photo: EST, added 02.09.2009).

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(Photo: EST, added 02.09.2009).

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(Photo: EST, added 02.09.2009).

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MRCE/ERS Railways 6615 passes Ludwigshafen-Mitte station
on 11.07.2009 with a "KLV"-train (combined freight traffic)
durchfährt am 11.07.2009 Ludwigshafen-Mitte
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 12.08.2009).

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Class 66, here "653-05" from Mitsui Rail Capital Europe (MRCE),
in Datteln (Westfalen) on 17.11.2007,
after the retro-fit with EST Crash Buffers type G1-200 M.
Currently, the locomotive is on lease to Rurtalbahn GmbH
(Photo: Wolfgang Königsfeld, added 22.01.2008).

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(Photo: Wolfgang Königsfeld, added 22.01.2008).

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MRCE 8653-01 after the retro-fit of EST Crash Buffers type G1-200 M at
Dortmunder Eisenbahn. The locomotive is on duty for Veolia Cargo
(Photo: Veolia Cargo, added 19.09.2007).

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(Photo: Veolia Cargo, added 19.09.2007).

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(Photo: Veolia Cargo, added 19.09.2007).


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