Overview of all Vector illustrations and AutoCAD drawings

Indian Railways, Freight trains, Cars, Locomotives, German tanks, Dutch architecture and Wire design

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#00214

Vector drawing and illustration with side view of Nazi a light machine gun MG 34 used by the Wehrmacht and SS troops during the Second World War. This weapon was mounted by the German soldiers on armored transports, tanks (armored version of MG 34 Panzerlauf), motorcycles and bicycles.
  • German machine gun Maschinengewehr MG 34 from World War II

  • File: AI
  • $ 40.00

#00213

Vector illustration with side and front view of non air-conditioned sleeper coach “Linke Hofmann Busch” in factory gray livery by Indian Railways. Details - CBC “H” type tight lock coupler, FIAT bogies, tank bio toilets, battery box, electrical cubical, ventilation and destination board.
  • Indian passenger LHB Non AC sleeper in gray factory paint

  • File: AI
  • $ 70.00

#00212

Vector illustration with side and front view of Air-conditioned chair coach LHB in factory gray livery by Indian Railways. Details - CBC “H” type tight lock coupler, FIAT bogies, intermediate tank bio toilets, brake equipment, battery box, electrical cubical, ventilation and destination board.
  • Indian luxury First Class AC Chair Car in factory paint

  • File: AI
  • $ 70.00

#00211

Vector illustration with side and front view of AC 3 tier car “Linke Hofmann Busch” in factory gray livery by Indian Railways. Details - CBC “H” type tight lock coupler, FIAT bogies, intermediate tank bio toilets, brake equipment, battery box, electrical cubical, ventilation and destination board.
  • Indian LHB Air-Conditioned three tier coach in factory paint

  • File: AI
  • $ 70.00

#00210

Side and front view of covered hopper car for transport of grain cargo on long distances. Reporting mark SCOX. Details - all technical parameters, logo "corn", inscriptions, instructions for safe handling, stairs and hand brake. EDITORIAL USE
  • Cylindrical hopper car in yellow livery of Scoular Company

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  • $ 80.00

#00209

Vector illustration with side and front view of AC hot buffet car “Linke Hofmann Busch” in gray livery used in Indian Railways. Details - CBC “H” type tight lock coupler, FIAT bogies, intermediate tank bio toilets, brake equipment, battery box, electrical cubical, ventilation and destination board.
  • Indian LHB Air-Conditioned hot buffet coach in factory paint

  • File: AI
  • $ 65.00

#00206

Side and front view of cylindrical hopper car for carriage of grain cargo. Reporting mark CP - Canadian Pacific. Details- all technical parameters, logo of CPR company, inscriptions, instructions for safe handling, stairs and hand brake. EDITORIAL USE
  • Railroad 4-bay covered hopper car in livery of CP Rail

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  • $ 80.00

#00202

Vector illustration with side and front view of cylindrical railroad hopper car for carriage of grain cargo on long distances. Color drawing with all technical parameters, “flower” logo, inscriptions, instructions for safe handling, stairs and hand brake. EDITORIAL USE
  • Canadian covered hopper car by Government of Saskatchewan

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  • $ 80.00

#00201

Side and front view of cylindrical railroad covered hopper car for carriage of grain cargo on long distances. Vector illustration with four container compartments with a narrow opening at bottom for unloading, logo, airbrakes, shadows and all technical inscriptions in English. EDITORIAL USE
  • Canadian hopper of Saskatchewan Grain Car Corporation

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  • $ 80.00

#00198

Side and front view of cylindrical hopper car for transport of grain cargo. The shape of interior bay allows unloading by means of gravity. Details - couplers, bogies, stairs, airbrake, "wheat" logo and all technical inscriptions in English. Reporting mark - CPWX. EDITORIAL USE
  • Covered hopper car in livery of Canadian Pacific Railway

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  • $ 80.00

#00197

Railroad hopper car with capacity of 5 800 cubic feet for grain transportation. Equipment - four bay container compartments with a narrow opening at bottom for gravity unloading. Reporting mark CNWX - designation of Canadian National Railway company. EDITORIAL USE
  • Cylindrical hopper car in livery of the Canadian Wheat Board

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  • $ 80.00

#00196

Side and front view of cylindrical railroad hopper car in classic red livery of Canadian National Railway. Possibility for grain transportation on thousands of miles and gravity unloading. Technical vector illustration with high-quality. EDITORIAL USE
  • Covered hopper car with capacity 5800 cf and big logo Canada

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  • $ 80.00

#00195

Vector illustration with side view of German PzKpfw VI Tiger I from the 509th heavy panzer battalion and used by Nazi in USSR during World War II. The tactical number "331" of the machine is painted with a Russian patterned template. This battalion does not use the Teutonic cross on the side of the board. Armored fighting vehicle without zimmerit coating and. Machine has Feifel air filters. On the corners are located single stand launchers for smoke grenades. The tank is destroyed in 1943 near to Kiev. Detailed color drawing.
  • Tank Tiger I number 331 early series mid-production variant

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  • $ 75.00

#00194

Side view of German PzKpfw VI Tiger I from the 508th heavy panzer battalion and used by Hitler's troops in Italy in 1944. The tactical number "3" of the tank is painted with a white outline for better camouflage. Armored fighting vehicle with zimmerit cover used against attached anti-tank mines.
  • Heavy tank Tiger I with tactical number 3 from World War II

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  • $ 70.00

#00193

Tank PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E used by Nazi in USSR trough 1944. On turret is mounted machine gun MG-34 and painted a "red" knight on horse with pike - insignia of the 505th heavy panzer battalion. Tactical number "312" is painted on the cannon over yellow background. Protective layer from zimmerit.
  • Tank Tiger I of the 3rd Kompanie, s.Pz.Abt.505, Russia 1944

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  • $ 80.00

#00192

Profile of German tank PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E used in Russia 1944. On turret is mounted machine gun MG-34 with stand and there is also painted a green knight on horse with pike.That is the emblema of 505th heavy panzer battalion fought in USSR. Tactical number "300" is painted on the cannon.
  • German tank Tiger I late production from Eastern front 1944

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  • $ 80.00

#00190

Vector illustration with high-speed electric locomotives serie WAP-5 and WAP-7 by Indian Railways. The engines are equipped with pantographs WBL-85 for high speeds, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. The abbreviation WAP mean: W-Broad Gauge, A–AC electric traction, P-Passenger. EDITORIAL USE
  • Front view of Indian passenger locomotives WAP-5 and WAP-7

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  • $ 50.00

#00184

German tank Panzer VI Tiger I late production from 507-th Heavy Panzer Battalion, fought in Poland around Zambrow late summer 1944. On turret is painted a tactical number "334". On front of machine and side of dome are attached additional link tracks for armour. Zimmerit coating against anti-tank mines.
  • Late variant Tiger I Ausf E of commander Klaus-Peter Muller

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  • $ 70.00

#00183

Heavy German tank Panzer VI Tiger I late production from WW2 used on Eastern front in 1944. On turret is painted a tactical number "132" - insignia of 507-th Heavy Panzer Battalion. Emblem of this tank division is "a smith" over black shield painted on front and rear of machine. Zimmerit coating.
  • Nazi tank PzKpfw VI Sd Kfz 181 Ausf E Tiger I from 1944

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  • $ 75.00

#00182

Heavy German tank  PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E from WW2 used in Battle of Kursk, USSR 1944. On turret is painted a Knight on horse with pike - insignia of 505th Heavy Panzer Battalion. Command tank with two antennas and insignia with Roman digits III on the gun. Armored fighting machine with zimmerit covering.
  • Tiger I Ausf E Befehlstiger command tank - Battle of Kursk

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  • $ 80.00