Overview of All illustrations- Vectors, Images and Drawings

Locomotives, American freight cars, European trains, Indian Railways, Dutch houses and Military

VECTORS  

#00064

Side and front view with long railroad car for carriage of iron and steel products- plates, scrap steel, metal pipes, structural steel, waste and others. Reporting mark CSX Transportation. Black paint scheme with yellow CSX lettering and all technical inscriptions in English. EDITORIAL USE
  • Mill gondola car 66 foot for transport of scrap and steel

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  • $ 65.00

#00063

Vector illustration of Soviet (Russian) multipurpose aircraft  Mikoyan and Gurevich. By standards of NATO is named “Fulcrum”. Top and side view - green camouflage scheme and insignia of Air Forces of Soviet union. On fuselage of left board below the cockpit is painted sign "Guard USSR".
  • Jet fighter MiG-29 Fulcrum used by air forces of former USSR

  • File: AI
  • $ 70.00

#00062

Bulgarian shunting diesel locomotive LDH 125. This type engines are universal with their traction capabilities. Possibility for two traction modes - 60 km/h and up to 100 km/h. The machine can serve light and heavy freight trains, express, passenger, service and work trains. EDITORIAL USE
  • Front view of locomotive LDH 125, Class 55 in livery of BDZ

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  • $ 35.00

#00061

Facades of canal houses from capital of Netherlands. Buildings in the Dutch capital usually have a basement for storage a goods and serve to prevention of flooding. They are slim, long in depth, high and have a narrow stairways.
Details - horizontal beams with winches for vertiacal transport, different decorative shapes  and traditional Dutch Clock gable walls.
  • Old Renaissance canal houses from Amsterdam city

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  • $ 35.00

#00060

Two Dutch canal houses. Left facade have a wall in style step gables. Behind the wall is located a dual pitched roof. At the top of the building have a single window that serves as entrance for the transfer of cargo from the winch over it. Both houses have a visible brickwork and shaped fugues.
  • Classic low-rise canal houses from Amsterdam, Netherlands

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  • $ 20.00

#00059

Vector illustration of Nazi helmet from World War II used by ground staff of German air forces. They were easily recognizable by the "eagle with wings spread" on left side of helmet. On right side have a tricolour national coat colored in black, white and red.
  • German steel helmet model M35 with insignia of Luftwaffe

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  • $ 20.00

#00058

Vector illustration of Nazi helmet model M35 painted in sand color and used by DAK - Deutsches Afrika Korps. Classic insignia decals of Wehrmacht on both sides of helmet- imperial flag and eagle. Palm tree and swastika - The Nazi symbol of North African campaign from 1941 to 1943 during WW II.
  • German steel helmet in sandy camouflage from World War II

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  • $ 20.00

#00057

Nazi dark green helmet used by land forces of German army during the World War II. Double decals insignia. On right side have an imperial shield in black, white and red. On left side view is shown stylized imperial eagle who has grabbed swastika. Eastern front, 1943.
  • German steel helmet with the insignia of the Wehrmacht

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  • $ 20.00

#00056

Side views of steel helmet used by the German field police units during WW2.
Double insignia of Nazi Military Police with bordered two decals - shield with swastika and stylized eagle. Each side have a vents. This model is known as M1935 or M35.
  • Steel combat helmet with insignia decals of Feldgendarmerie

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  • $ 20.00

#00055

Side view of military steel helmet from Second World War. Colors and insignia of  troops of Waffen-SS who involved in the fighting on the Eastern front. Right view shows emblem with black runic symbols over white shield. On left side is depicts the logo of the Nazi Party- red shield with a white circle and a swastika inside.
  • German steel helmet of Waffen-SS from World War II

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  • $ 15.00

#00054

Side and front view of covered freight wagon “BCNAHS”. This variant is modified version of the standard wagon BCNA equipped with CASNUB 22HS high-speed bogies. Distinctive signs - patch in red-white horizontal stripes showing for maximum permitted high speed. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian railway boxcar BCNAHS for transport of packaged goods

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  • $ 70.00

#00053

Railroad gondola car “BOXNR-HS” type used from Indian mining industry. Side walls are high and provided with two flap doors for manual and mechanized unloading. Railway transportation of ores and coal. Reporting mark SE- South Eastern Railway Zone of the Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • High-sided goods wagon BOXNR-HS type by Indian Railways

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  • $ 70.00

#00052

Side and front view of gondola railroad car. Modern Indian car for transportation of products which does not require protection from rain. Details - CBC couplers, twin pipe air brake system, high-speed bogies CASNUB and inscriptions. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian open top railway wagon BOXNHL-NBC for transport of ore

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  • $ 70.00

#00051

Side and front view with open-top wagon “BOXNAL” type. The car is fitted with a Casnub bogie air brake system. Side walls are provided with two flap doors for ease of unloading. Reporting mark SE- South Eastern Railway zone of Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian low-sided railroad gondola for transport of coal

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  • $ 70.00

#00050

Side and front view with railroad gondola car for transport of coal, limestone and ore. Details- high-speed bogies CASNUB, CBC couplers, all technical inscriptions and designations. Reporting mark SE- South Eastern Railway Zone of the Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian open-top freight wagon BOXNHSM1 with high axle load

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  • $ 70.00

#00049

Gondola car type “BOST” used by Indian heavy industry. Designed mainly for transport of steel products - steel coils, rebar and scrap metal. He has a greater length as compared to ordinary type gondolas BOXN and fitted with high-speed bogies Casnub. Freight Indian trains. EDITORIAL USE
  • Open-top cargo wagon with four doors used by Indian Railways

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  • $ 70.00

#00048

Side and front view with six axle diesel-electric locomotive built in Craiova, Romania under Swiss license. The machine is known as serie 06 by designation of Bulgarian State Railways. Engine is designed for a maximum speed of 100 kmph and mainly to serve freight trains. EDITORIAL USE
  • Bulgarian diesel-electric locomotive Sulzer serie 06 by BDZ

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  • $ 95.00

#00047

Side and front view of open-top Eaos wagon with side bords.
Railway gondola for transporting of bulk goods, coal, ore,  scrap, steel, wood and paper. Train livery - Bulgarian State Railways with all technical inscriptions and details: bogies, air hoses, hand brakes and other. EDITORIAL USE
  • High-sided open wagon for transportation of bulk cargo

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  • $ 50.00

#00046

Side and front view of platform freight wagon manufactured in Kingdom of Saxony (1913-1927). Designed with large volume and wooden stanchions.
Stake car was used by the Royal Saxon State Railways - K. Sächs. Sts. E. B. - Königlich Sächsische Staatseisenbahnen part of future formed Deutsche Reichsbahn.
  • German stanchion wagon type Rm - Rungenwagen R Stuttgart

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  • $ 50.00

#00041

Vector illustration of a diesel locomotive and coaches used by the Bulgarian State Railways. The engine is known as Ludmilla in former USSR serie ТЭ109, BR 232 in Germany and serie 07 in Bulgaria. The collection contains ordinary and sleeping cars who allow passengers to sleep through their night-time trips. The wagons are used as part of the rolling stock of ordinary passenger and express trains. Isolated objects on white background.
  • Train set with locomotive, ordinary and sleeping wagons

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  • $ 10.00