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Sergej Kučerov




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pic comment2 days


Nice location.
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pic commentMar 28


Pity low clouds here, but still beautiful view!
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pic commentMar 26


@Maersk.146 This is why pictures like this have historical value. emojione
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topic postMar 24


@ter You probably didn't sleep all night emojione but this works even better than I expected - very nice idea to open it in user's gallery! Thank you for this neat and quick addition!
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topic postMar 24


@ter
Hi Mikhail,
wouldn't it be nice if on the page of some vehicle class we could click on the username in the "Seen by" list and went to a page with images of the same class, but with user name filter applied to them?

https://trainspo.com/class/3668/
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uploadMar 24
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uploadMar 22
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pic commentMar 19


Just corrected Wikipedia link in my previous comment.
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pic commentMar 19


@ter

This locomotive looks very similar to the Saebyŏl-class diesel-hydraulic locomotive manufactured by Kim Chong-t'ae Works ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saeby%..otive ). The only difference is that locomotive in the picture looks a bit longer?

Wikipedia article says: "An unknown number of Saebyŏl-class diesel shunters have been converted to 3,000 V DC electric operation by the removal of the diesel engine and the addition of pantographs and other necessary equipment; this work was carried out at the Kim Chong-t'ae Works. The rebuilt units retain their original number and paint."

Part of the text about the original numbers again makes one doubt that the locomotive in the photo belongs to the Saebyŏl class (original numbers are above 3000), but very similar design makes me think that most probably it was manufactured by the Kim Chong-t'ae Electric Locomotive Works.
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pic commentMar 19


@Akhilsanjeev90 Thank you!
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Morning commuter train from Cheboksary
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topic postMar 5


@Maersk.146 Thank you!
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pic commentMar 1


Later running numbers of LRBE was built by Ywataung Locomotive Workshop (https://janfordsworld.blogspot.ru/20..tml), earlier numbers also was built by one of the MR's workshops using Hino trucks parts as the basis for LRBE.
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topic postMar 1


@ter I guessed that it's kind of feature, thanks for explanation.
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topic postMar 1


It seems that user's timezone settings are reverted back to the old value when the user logs out.