On july 22, 2020, DB Cargo hauled an extra ethanol train from Amsterdam to Kijfhoek with the 193 311. Due to railroad works in eastern Amsterdam, the train had to take a detour via Uitgeest and The Hague, but because hazardous liquids aren't allowed in the Rijswijk tunnel, it also had to take a detour via Gouda. A cargo train on the The Hague - Gouda line is extremely rare, over the past few years it only happened about 4 times. This was also the first time a Vectron was recorded on this line. Sadly, it passed my hometown late in the afternoon which meant the sun position was wrong and a "normal" sunny picture wasn't possible, but the train had to stop for a red light so I had time to take some side pictures from the side from the Bredeweg. This way it still looked very nice. Half an hour later I was able to catch the train again on the Gouda - Rotterdam line.
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