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Hi All,


Copyright free pic of my own.

at the entire Title I asked, if the Starter Packs will have real prototype train lengths?

Yes, of course, here is the evidence.

This photo was taken at Bargteheide railway station a few years ago.
A by timetable running goods train, runs every two hours between  biggest Marshalling Yard of Maschen and Lübeck Goods Yard with goods cars for the ferry boat of Fehmarn Island to Scandinavia acrossing the bird migration route over the Eastsea (baltic sea).

Onto its back tour the Locomotives bringing goods cars to the Maschen Marshalling Yard.

Several private operating or foreighn state railways getting these transport orders by winning a lottery.

So all kind of different electric  and Diesel Locomotives can be seen onto the mainline between Lübeck and Hamburg in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
The electric Loco in the photo is similar to the Class BR 188 of the DB AG but is a Loco of the CFL of Luxembourg, a more system Loco for 15 kV 16 2/3 Hz AC and 25 kV 50 Hz AC and 3000 V DC and 1500 V DC.


                 

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