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» Mikado 1244 (more..)
» 141 R (more..)
» between Herzogenbuchsee and Burgdorf (more..)
» Burgdorf, Switzerland (more..)
» May 15, 2011
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» 141 R 1244 (more..)
» 30030 (more..)
» Georg Trüb (more..)
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After more then 12 years haevy rebuilding, steamlocomotive 141 R 1244, a Montreal built 2-8-2 Mikado, made its first longer journey with a 11 car train in may 2011. Fireman Stefan is sitting on the right side of the former french 141 R 1244 (Mikado 2-8-2) and has control of water (30 m3), oil (13 m3 Bunker C fuel oil), steam pressure etc. The locomotive is riding with about 75 km p.h. and a 11 car train.
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