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The EST CRASH BUFFER
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Wascosa / Josef Meyer

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Wascosa gas tank wagon type Zagns
near Wiesental on 06.11.2010
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 18.03.2011).

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Wascosa gas tank wagon type Zagns
in Ludwigshafen-Oggersheim on 26.01.2008
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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Wascosa gas tank wagon type Zagns
in Ludwigshafen-Oggersheim on 21.12.2007
(Photo: Wolfgang Mauser, added 25.03.2009).

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New dangerous goods tank wagon of Wascosa, Zug (Switzerland), built by Josef Meyer
of Rheinfelden (Switzerland) and equipped with EST Crash Buffers G1-200 K
(800 kJ per vehicle end)
(Photo: Wascosa, added 08.12.2007).

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(Photo: Wascosa, added 08.12.2007).

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(Photo: Wascosa, added 30.05.2008).

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(Photo: Wascosa, added 30.05.2008).

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(Photo: Wascosa, added 30.05.2008).


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