Behind the TGV Added: January 16, 2008
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» EIM TGV PSE ( ) more.. » Villeneuve St George, France ( ) more.. » January, 2008
Locomotive No./Train ID
» 274 ( ) more.. » Unknown
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Remarks: Do you wants to know what is hide behind the TGV ?
A part of the classical TGV "duty way" at the beginning.
on January 17, 2008 Bicot (Marc Caya)
I found your video very interesting. Quite a different point of view! I gave it five stars. Thanks for sharing J-F
Pete Schierloh on January 17, 2008
Amazing! What got me the massive number of disc brakes. I saw 8 traction motors, I lost count of brake discs at 4 per axle on how many unpowered axles!?!?!
Kenny on April 16, 2008
I counted 18 unpowered axles. 72 brakes. But that is what is needed to stop from 200mph.
on January 11, 2009
Many thank for good under train video
CTK_40 on May 1, 2009
Man...that is just plain sick! Absolute Superb photography! Please keep them coming!
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