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Rc4 1284 at Högbränna Sept 1998. Högbränna is one of all the "stations" (nowadays they're not called that, but back then they were, with "stations for cargo and/or passenger" as a subset) placed about 10 km apart on single tracked sections to allow meets (which includes what we on a road would call "overtaking").
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Maintenance of way vehicle, in museum near Luleå, Sweden
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ABB Scandia DMU type IC3, in Sweden class Y2, photographed in Linköping during a day trip in November -- but I didn't travel in one of these (never have, actually)
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Bombardier Flexity Classic, Norrköping
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Alstom Coradia Nordic X61 and Alstom Coradia Duplex X40 in Norrköping, Sweden, last November.
This X61 belongs to Östgötatrafiken which has 15 and is used for commuter traffic Norrköping - Mjölby - Motala. Similar to the X60 used in for Stockholm commuters, but only four cars per unit instead of six (and I've never seen them run in multiple which is the normal in Stockholm), and mostly 2+2 seating instead of 2+3
The X40 is a two-unit bi-level regional train used by SJ AB in many places in Sweden. (This train left Stockholm 20 min before my high speed train did, but arrived after.)
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EMD JT42CWR, Mora, Sweden
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Alstom Coradia LINT 54, Hannover Hbf
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Railbus class Y at museum in northern Sweden.
This class was built in 1934-1950.
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BLJ 5 Thor getting some lubrication in preparation for it's departure from Uppsala Ö, summer 2016.
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891mm gauge diesel class Z4 enters station Tallås on the preserved Swedish railway Jädraås-Tallås Järnväg
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