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Report - Orient Express - Belgium - March 2014

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by TrevBish, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. TrevBish

    TrevBish www.TrevBish.co.uk
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    In a live train yard, somewhere in Belgium, sits this train. Left to rot and get claimed back by mother nature. From the outside, a rotted and rusted shell. In the inside a beautiful derelict train carriage.

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    Thanks For Looking! :thumb
     
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    Nice shots, would love to see more of this.
     
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    Nice comfy seats there PB! :thumb
     
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    Great photos! Trying to work out what she is, the driver's position is just forward of a diesel engine, the 'torpedo' shaped front and the three windows suggests something styled in the 20's or 30's. All I can find is an SNCB Type 652 diesel-electric railcar or the later Type 655 which was retired in 1965. Shame she has been left to rot.
     
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    That's rather nice, would be good to see more I have to say! :thumb
     
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