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 G 2000

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ATC DH 753 serving HGK, seen here in Köln-West on 30.01.2009
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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ATC-HGK DH 751 with a Laekks train on 09.10.2008 in Köln-West
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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ATC-HGK DH 751 in Köln-West on 09.10.2008
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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On 15.07.2008, ATC KV 1029 arrives in Empel-Rees from the Netherlands
with a KLV container train (Kombinierter Ladungsverkehr, meaning
combined road and rail traffic) container train
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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After Class 100 1035, in autumn 2007, Angel Trains Cargo G2000 locomotive with the
works number 100 1029 was equipped with EST Crash Buffers, too.
The photo shows the locomotive at the Vossloh service centre in Moers on 12.12.2007.
The locomotive is rented to operator Kombiverkehr GmbH & Co. KG in Frankfurt (Main),
where the locomotive carries the number "KV 1029"
(Photo: Rolf Alberts, added 18.01.2008).

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(Photo: Rolf Alberts, added 18.01.2008).

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Vossloh G2000 (100 1035) of Angel Trains Cargo, after the retrofit with EST Crash Buffers G1-200 M,
shown here in the Vossloh service centre Moers, 27.09.2007
(Photo: Rolf Alberts, added 27.09.2007).

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(Photo: Rolf Alberts, added 27.09.2007).


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