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Thanks as always for the video BalticRailways.  I have some catching up to do!

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Belarusian railways (BCh) freight diesel locomotive 2TE10UK-0142 (Gomel depot) with a loaded freight train and Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0488 with an empty freight train meets each other in Valciunai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG- Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) passenger diesel locomotives TEP70BS-004, TEP70BS-003 and TEP70BS-005 with a fast passenger train Moscow - Kaliningrad, between Vilnius - Paneriai stations, Lithuania

 

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On 1/11/2016 at 11:17 PM, toc36 said:

Came across this link for a tunnel between Finland and Estonia.

 

92km/57mi

 

http://www.citylab.com/commute/2016/01/helsinki-tallinn-rail-tunnel-baltic/423030/

 

China Belt & Road announced it will make this tunnel a reality by investing many billions of euro's

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-finland-tunnel/chinas-touchstone-to-invest-17-billion-in-helsinki-tallinn-tunnel-idUSKCN1QP0JD

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive M62K-1181 arriving to Vaidotai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) passenger diesel locomotives TEP70BS-003, TEP70-0347 and TEP70BS-005 with a fast passenger train Kaliningrad - Moscow, between Paneriai - Vilnius stations, Lithuania

 

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Belarusian railways (BCh) freight diesel locomotives 2TE10UK-0124 (Volkovysk depot) and 2TE10UK-0171 (Gomel depot) with freight trains meeting each other in Valciunai station, Lithuania

 

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives 2M62K-1059 and 2M62K-0486 with a heavy loaded freight train arriving to Valciunai

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive TEM TMH-050 with a mixed freight train, Paneriai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) diesel shunting locomotive TEM TMH-041 with a mixed freight train together with Uzbekistan railways owned new diesel shunting locomotives TEM18DM-3184 and TEM18DM-3183, Paneriai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0922 with a mixed freight train and with Russian railways (RZD) freight diesel locomotives 2M62U-0148 (2M62UK) and 2TE116UR-0001, between Palemonas - Rokai stations, Lithuania

 

 

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Belarusian railways (BCh) freight diesel locomotive 2TE10MK-3372 (Vitebsk depot) with a heavy loaded freight train arriving to Valciunai station and Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0600 with an empty freight train departing from Valciunai station, Lithuania

 

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Sheffie

These videos are the best 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive Siemens Eurorunner ER20CF-044 with a freight train, Paneriai station, Lithuania

 

 

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On 7/15/2019 at 4:05 PM, BalticRailways said:

Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) diesel shunting locomotive TEM TMH-041 with a mixed freight train together with Uzbekistan railways owned new diesel shunting locomotives TEM18DM-3184 and TEM18DM-3183, Paneriai station, Lithuania

 

There's no English Wikipedia page about the TEM18, but if I'm reading (guessing) correctly, they're built in Bryansk.  Why are these in Lithuania?  Very nice video as always 🙂

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On 8/22/2019 at 6:39 AM, miyakoji said:

 

There's no English Wikipedia page about the TEM18, but if I'm reading (guessing) correctly, they're built in Bryansk.  Why are these in Lithuania?  Very nice video as always 🙂

You can find information in the producers website below:

https://www.tmholding.ru/en/products/manevrovye_teplovozy/tem18dm.html

 

These locomotives mentioned in the video were transported to Uzbekistan through Lithuania. Don't know why exactly they did such a circle when they could go directly. But anyway there is some kind of reason :-) Maybe Lithuanian company has sold them like supplier/trader.

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Now on 4K quality. My first testing video with sony fdr-ax100 camera :-)

 

Belarusian railways (BCh) freight diesel locomotive 2TE10UK-0142 (Gomel depot) with a heavy loaded freight train, between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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4K looks great!

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0600 with a freight train, Paneriai, Lithuania

 

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On 9/6/2019 at 8:07 AM, BalticRailways said:

Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0600 with a freight train, Paneriai, Lithuania

 

Wikipedia has some notes about the engines used in the M62.  It says some Hungarian MAV versions of the loco were rebuilt with Cat engines, but no mention about other operators.  Do all LG M62s have the original engines?  How much longer do you think LG will use these?

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On 9/7/2019 at 11:50 AM, miyakoji said:

 

Wikipedia has some notes about the engines used in the M62.  It says some Hungarian MAV versions of the loco were rebuilt with Cat engines, but no mention about other operators.  Do all LG M62s have the original engines?  How much longer do you think LG will use these?

Some of our original 2M62 locos were modernized with CAT engines, some of them with Kolomna engines. Locos with CAT are called 2M62M, locos with Kolomna engine - 2M62K. The original engines on 2M62 when they came from factory they had 14D40 engines. Our last original 2M62s were taken out from service in 2008. These 2M62K locos were taken out from service in 2011-2012 year. But in 2017 we faced a lack of locomotives and some of the 2M62K locomotives were taken back. As you see they are not in well conditions, engines are not well maintained by our technicans.. I really dont knw how long we will use these smoky monsters, but it is great to see them working, I mean from railfaning side. Because to work with then is not that comfortable at all. You can find some photos of the inside of these beasts 🙂

 

https://trainpix.org/photo/02/27/34/227341.jpg

 

http://pfoto-rzd.com/data/media/377/IMG_3977.jpg

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives 2M62K-1160 and 2M62K-0922 with a heavy loaded freight train (6000 tons) between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives 2M62K-0565 and 2M62K-0927 with a heavy loaded freight train (6000 tons) between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives Siemens Eurorunner ER20CF-004 and 2M62K-0927 with a mixed freight train between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0488 with a mixed freight train between Valciunai - Jasiunai stations, Lithuania

 

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