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Inside the driver's compartment of an EU43 electric locomotive. 
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Inside the driver's compartment of an EU43 electric locomotive.
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Inside the driver's compartment of an ET22-209 electric locomotive. 
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Inside the driver's compartment of an ET22-209 electric locomotive.

The ET22 series is the most popular locomotive of the Polish railways. About 1200 of these 'bulls' - as they are affectionately called - were built in 1969-1989 in the Pafawag works in Wrocław.
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Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin: the first electric locomotive, constructed by Siemens company in 1879. 
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Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin: the first electric locomotive, constructed by Siemens company in 1879.
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At the Berlin Trade Fair, 1879: the world\’s first electric railway (powered from external source), built by Siemens (image from Siemens press materials)Inside the Museum of Technology in Berlin
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