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

#00132

Vector illustration with front view of WAP-4. One the most widely used machines in India for towing of passenger trains. The engine is equipped with pantographs Two Stone India (Calcutta) AM-12, frame frontal plow, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. EDITORIAL USE
  • Passenger electric locomotive class WAP-4 by Indian Railways

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  • $ 40.00

#00130

Vector illustration with front view of passenger high-speed electric locomotive WAP-5 used in Indian Railways. Engine is homed at Ghaziabad loco shed. The trains of Gatimaan Express and Bhopal Shatabdi use this type machine and they are moving at a speed of 150 km/h. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian locomotive WAP-5 in white livery and two red stripes

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  • $ 40.00

#00129

Vector illustration with front view of electric locomotive class WAG-9 with unique red livery, designed by Mr. Samit Roychoudhury - а longtime member of the Indian Railways Fan Club Association (IRFCA), cartographer and author of  famous atlas book “The Great Indian Railway Atlas“. A WAG-9H engine is heavier variant of the WAG-9. EDITORIAL USE
  • Legendary Indian locomotive WAG-9H with nickname Dr. Silver

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  • $ 45.00

#00128

Vector illustration with front view of high-speed electric locomotive WAP-5 used in Indian Railways to serve passenger express trains. Abbreviation WAP-5 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “5” - the serial number of the modification of locomotive. EDITORIAL USE
  • High-speed electric locomotive class WAP-5 by Indian Railways

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  • $ 45.00

#00127

Vector illustration with front view of electric locomotive WAG-9 used in Indian Railways to serve freight trains. Equipment - pantograph Echeron ES10, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. Abbreviation WAG-9 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, G – Goods and “9” - the serial number of the modification of machine. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian freight locomotive class WAG-9 with electric traction

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  • $ 40.00

#00126

Vector illustration with front view of high-speed electric locomotive WAP-7 used to serve passenger trains. Details - pantograph WBL-85, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. WAP-7 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “7” - the serial number of the modification of locomotive. EDITORIAL USE
  • Electric locomotive class WAP-7 owned by Indian Railways

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  • $ 45.00

#00124

Panzerbefehlswagen III Ausführung K with long anti-tank gun KwK 39 from WW II. Equipment - antenna radio station FuG-8, tubular smoke grenade launchers on turret and side armor skirts- schürzen. Tank was probably used by the 19th Panzer Division, near the Eastern Front, Ukraine.
  • German command tank Panzerbefehlswagen III Ausf. K

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  • $ 80.00

#00123

Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung M with long anti-tank gun 5 cm KwK 39 from armoured 6th Panzer Division, 11th Panzer Regiment. Details - tactical number "601", initials “Op” of General Hermann von Oppeln-Bronikowski, Teutonic white-black cross and insignia for Operation Citadel.
  • German medium tank Panzer III Ausf. M fitted with schurzen

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  • $ 80.00

#00122

Side view of Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung N from armoured 2nd Panzer Division, 3rd Panzer Regiment. Details - gun 75-mm howitzer,  three-digit tactical number "615", coat of arms of the division with shield, cross and double headed eagle, armor skirts - schürzen.
Operation Citadel, July 1943.
  • Panzer III Ausf N used by Nazi in the Battle of Kursk 1943

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  • $ 80.00

#00121

Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung M with short gun 75-mm howitzer from armoured 1st SS Panzer Panzergrenadier Division, Battle of Kursk, July 1943. Armor skirts (Schürzen) are designed to provide protection primarily against Russian anti-tank rifles and low velocity high explosive rounds.
  • German tank Panzer III Ausf M with side armour skirts

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  • $ 70.00

#00120

Side view of Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung N with short gun 75-mm howitzer from armoured 6th Panzer Division, 11th Panzer Regiment of the Wehrmacht. Tactical number of the tank - “904”. Tri-color camouflage scheme. Operation Citadel, German offensive against Soviet forces in the Kursk.
  • Panzer III Ausf N in camouflage from The Battle of Kursk

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  • $ 80.00

#00119

Vector illustration of Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung N, personal number “3” from 8th Panzer Regiment from armoured 15th Panzer Division of Wehrmacht. The tank was involved in hostilities during the World War II in Tunisia 1943, North Africa. "Ace of Spades" emblem is painted on turret.
  • German tank Panzer III Ausf. N with short gun 75-mm howitzer

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  • $ 80.00

#00118

Vector illustration of Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung J from armoured 15th Panzer Division of Wehrmacht - part of Afrikakorps (DAK) in African campaign. The division was transported to Libya in April 1941 and used in the battle of Gazala, Tobruk, battle of Kasserine Pass and El Alamein.
  • German Panzer III Ausf J used by Deutsches Afrikakorps DAK

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  • $ 80.00

#00117

Vector illustration of Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung J from armoured 11th Panzer Division of Wehrmacht - Eastern Front, Southern sector, part of the Army Group South, 1942, USSR. Commander of the 11th "Ghost" division from 16 May 1942 to 4 March 1943 is General der Panzertruppe Hermann Balck.
  • German medium tank Panzer III Ausf. J equipped with long gun

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  • $ 80.00

#00112

Vector illustration of colorful ethnic motifs. The composition contains colorful rugs, karakachka, stylized flower and crosses. They are an ancient symbols woven into carpets and the national Bulgarian costumes. The artwork may be used as a template and easy to modify.
  • Design of traditional Bulgarian rugs and folklore elements

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  • $ 3.00

#00111

Side and front view with railway postal wagon type Pwgs 41 from the time of World War II between 1939-1945. Reporting mark DRB - Deutsche Reichsbahn, Dresden, Pwgs.
  • German postal wagon with signals for end of train

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  • $ 70.00

#00110

Side and front view of large high cube container produced by CIMC- China International Marine Containers. Reporting mark RBTU - Charles Henry Robinson. EDITORIAL USE
  • Dry intermodal container 53 foot in livery of C.H. Robinson

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  • $ 50.00

#00109

Side and front view with postal wagon in green livery from the time of World War II. Reporting mark DR - Deutsche Reichsbahn, Stuttgart, Pwgs. Vector illustration with side and front view.
  • Postal railway wagon Pwgs-41 from Deutsche Reichsbahn era

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  • $ 70.00

#00108

Vector illustration with side view of flatbed combat wagon Ommr type used by the Nazi troops during the Second World War. Armored railroad vehicle with orifices for weapons - category "Armored trains".
  • German military railway wagon Ommr used by the Wehrmacht

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  • $ 40.00

#00107

Side view with open-topped railway car manufactured in Germany from 1939 to 1945. Reporting mark DR - Deutsche Reichsbahn, Villach Ommru. The wagon have a brake cab for the brakeman of train. Details - railway track, all technical inscriptions and markings, air hoses, air-brake cylinder and others.
  • Open-top German wagon type gondola with brakeman cabin

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  • $ 55.00

#00106

Side view with flat goods wagon Rungenwagen Rs Stuttgart R 10 for transport of military vehicles and equipment, containers, steel and wood. Güterwagen with metal vertical stanchions. Manufactured in Germany and was used for the needs of the Third Reich during the World War II.
  • Stake flat German freight wagon from Deutsche Reichsbahn era

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  • $ 60.00

#00105

Side view with low-sided gondola wagon for transport of bulk goods, coal, scrap, steel and wood. Reporting mark DR - Deutsche Reichsbahn. This railway car was used for the needs of the Third Reich during Worl War II.
  • German open-top goods wagon Ommr Linz type from DRB era

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  • $ 50.00

#00104

Vector illustration with side view of railway gondola for transport of bulk goods. Reporting mark DR - German National Railway after World War II. Wagon was used by the German authorities in the area of English and American control after the division of Germany as zones of influence after the war.
  • Open-topped german freight wagon Ommu 37 type from DR era

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  • $ 50.00

#00103

Vector illustration with side view of cargo car for transport of bulk goods, coal, scrap, steel and wood. Manufactured en masse from 1939 to 1945 in Germany and was used for the needs of the Third Reich. Carriage of goods relatively resistant to weather conditions. Reporting mark DR, Villach, Ommru.
  • German goods wagon gondola Ommru by Deutsche Reichsbahn

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  • $ 50.00

#00102

Side and front view of aggregate hopper car for carriage of heavy bulk commodities. The car has a steel body which provides bigger strength and durability all through period of exploitation. Latest generation wagon manufactured in 2014. Reporting mark CSXT railroad company. EDITORIAL USE
  • Open top hopper car for transport of crushed rock and gravel

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  • $ 55.00

#00101

Side and front view with couchette car of the Österreichische Bundesbahnen-ÖBB. Eurofima wagon second class with compartments for seating and beds.  Coach have a service compartment and 2 toilets. All technical inscriptions and markings are under UIC- The International Union of Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • Austrian railway sleeping car Bcmz - Liegewagen second-class

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  • $ 105.00

#00100

Gedeckter güterwagen bauart Gbs 252 with logo of former DB - German Federal Railway. This closed van have two sliding doors and four ventilation openings on each side. Wagon is used for transport of packed and bulk materials that were vulnerable from climatic conditions. EDITORIAL USE
  • German covered wagon Gbs 254 type in livery of Deutsche Bahn

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  • $ 65.00

#00099

Gedeckter Güterwagen Bauart Gbs 252 with logo of  former DB - German Federal Railway. This closed van have two sliding doors and four ventilation openings on each side. Wagon is used for transport of packed and bulk materials that were vulnerable from climatic conditions. EDITORIAL USE
  • Covered boxcar type Gbs 252 used by Deutsche Bundesbahn

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  • $ 65.00

#00098

Vector illustration of entrance facade of memorial Shipka, Bulgaria. National Park-Museum "Shipka" was built in memory of the Bulgarian fighters for freedom and the Russian soldiers who gave their lives for the protection of the Shipka pass in 1877 during the Russo-Turkish War 1877 – 1878.
  • Museum-monument Shipka with entrance stairs and bronze lion

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  • $ 15.00

#00096

Front view of Bulgarian diesel locomotive Serie 07 with nickname "The legendary Alyosha". Details - headlight, air hoses, hook, blue livery with white stripe and stylized logo of BDZ in Cyrillic. Similar locomotives operate today in Germany, Czech Republic, Poland and Russia. EDITORIAL USE
  • Jubilee Soviet locomotive Te109 by Bulgarian State Railways

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  • $ 45.00

#00095

Memorial of Freedom Shipka over Bulgarian tricolor. Monument-tower erected in honor of the fallen heroes for the freedom of Bulgaria in the Russo-Turkish War 1877–1878. On the walls have inscriptions Sheinovo and Stara Zagora in Bulgarian. Celebration of March 3 - Bulgaria's National Holiday.
  • Shipka - golden Monument of the Liberty over Bulgarian flag

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  • $ 15.00

#00094

Side and front view of Bulgarian diesel locomotive serie 55-00  manufactured in Romania by project and license of the Swiss company Sulzer AG. These engines are designed for moderate shunting activity. Sometimes serve and passenger trains. High quality vector graphic. EDITORIAL USE
  • Diesel shunting locomotive LDH 125 in red livery of BDZ

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  • $ 95.00