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Redbirds of the World Photo Thread

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Of Course to kick it off, our own on the (4)

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Then, next the True and Original Redbirds, on the home line the SEPTA Broad Street Subway

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and so on...Enjoy!

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Nice homage to NYC's Redbird's. Sadly never got around to riding them, but I digress.

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Nice

New York City

Toronto

Oslo

London

Nagoya

 

Unlike the other, the Meitetsu railway company in Nagoya area is not subway, it is commuter train.

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I might as well join this. In order: F Stock (built in 1920), Q Stock (leading motor is a Q23 built in 1923), CO/CP Stock (built in 1937), R30s on the (J) 

 

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EN57 electric multiple unit of Polish State Railways (not my photo):

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Edited by R10 1989

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@pelham: That first one is more white than red...

 

But since we're also counting half red trains in:

 

The BN M1/M2/M3 series in Amsterdam (subway), built in the 80s, about to be replaced by new Alstom Metropolis trains.

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The Alstom Metropolis M5 trains replacing 'em:

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Stadler Spurt railroad trains, in use by Arriva Netherlands:

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Stadler Spurt railroad trains in use by Veolia Netherlands:

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BN street cars in use by HTM in The Hague:

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(with the ugly new front! before the overhaul they looked a lot better IMHO)

 

DE-1 railroad train from the Dutch Railways (this train series is retired a long time ago):

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Former TEE (Trans-Europe Express) railroad train:

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And furthermore, about all of the rolling stock of the DB (German Railways) is red with (usually) white doors.

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Here are two and the pictures are not mine. BR475 and BR477. The BR475 lasted until 1997 serving 70 years for the S-Bahn. The BR477 of 1933 vintage were in service until 2003. And some call the R32s old cars.....

 

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Our red rattlers:
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Tait's or "Sliding door" Built in 1910 as loco hauled cars capable of being turned into Electric trains. Converted to electric trains in 1919. Last in service 1984.

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The double ended version.

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Swing doors or "Dog Boxes" "Doggies"

Built in 1887 to 1907 as loco hauled stock capable of being turned into Electric trains. Entered services as electric trains in 1919. Last in service 1984.

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