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Lithuanian railways (LG) freight diesel locomotives 2M62K-0488 and 2M62K-0490 with a fully loaded freight train (aprox. 6000 tons) between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG) diesel locomotives M62K-1091 with a fast passenger train Vilnius - Klaipeda and M62K-1181 with a fast passenger train Klaipeda - Vilnius, Zasliai station, Lithuania

 

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On 2/26/2018 at 1:19 AM, miyakoji said:

Thanks for the videos @BalticRailways.  What are fares like on LG?  How much is that trip from Vilnius to Klaipeda, and what's the distance?

Thanks for Your interest :-) Going by train, for example, from Vilnius to Klaipeda on 1-st class will cost You 22.00 EUR, on 2-nd class - 14.50 EUR. The distance between these cities is 377 km :-)

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Lithuanian railways (LG) freight diesel locomotives ER20CF-021, ER20CF-017, ER20CF-004 and ER20CF-0?? with oil trains meets each other in Giruliai station, Lithuania

 

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Belarusian railways (BCh) freight diesel locomotive 2TE10U-0163 (Gomel depot) with a loaded tanker train departs from Kirtimai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG) railbus RA2-033 going by route Radviliskis - Klaipeda, arrival and departure from Giruliai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG) passenger diesel locomotive TEP70-0335 with a fast passenger train Klaipeda - Vilnius, Paneriai station, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG) diesel passenger locomotive TEP70M-0249 with a fast passenger train Vilnius - Klaipeda between Vilnius and Paneriai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives ER20CF-036 and 2M62K-0922 with a heavy loaded freight train (aprox. 6000 tons) between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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Belarusian railways (BCh - Беларуская чыгунка) freight diesel locomotives 2TE10UK-0059 (Gomel depot) with a heavy loaded freight train arriving to Valciunai station and 2TE10UK-0063 (Gomel depot) with a half loaded freight train departing from Valciunai station, Lithuania

 

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Latvian railways (LDz - Latvijas Dzelzceļš) freight diesel locomotive 2M62U-0071 with a loaded freight train departing Daugavpils station, Lithuania

 

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Belarusian railways (BCh - Беларуская чыгунка) passenger electric locomotive with a fast passenger train Kaliningrad - Moscow, between Naujoji Vilnia - Kyviskes stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) passenger diesel locomotives TEP70BS-004, TEP70-0235 and TEP70-0347 with a passenger train Kaliningrad - Moscow, between Paneriai - Vilnius stations, Lithuania 

 

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9 hours ago, BalticRailways said:

Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) passenger diesel locomotives TEP70BS-004, TEP70-0235 and TEP70-0347 with a passenger train Kaliningrad - Moscow, between Paneriai - Vilnius stations, Lithuania 

 

Three of those beasts!  The English Wikipedia page about the TEP70 is short on information, but if I look at the Russian page, it appears that the power and final drive ratio differs between the TEP70 and TEP70BS/U versus the TEP70BS.  Is that correct?  I don't really read Russian :grin

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0922 with a mixed freight train, Paneriai station, Lithuania

 

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On 5/7/2018 at 6:26 AM, miyakoji said:

 

Three of those beasts!  The English Wikipedia page about the TEP70 is short on information, but if I look at the Russian page, it appears that the power and final drive ratio differs between the TEP70 and TEP70BS/U versus the TEP70BS.  Is that correct?  I don't really read Russian :grin

They have the same power, about 4000HP. TEP70BS replaced oldies TEP70 :-)

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) DMU DR1AM-280 going by route Turmantas - Vilnius, between Bezdonys - Naujoji Vilnia stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives ER20CF-036 and ER20CF-031 with a freight train passing through Lieplauke station, Lithuania 

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive ER20CF-040 with a military train between Gaiziunai - Jonava stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) passenger diesel locomotive TEP70-0235 with a fast passenger train Klaipeda - Vilnius and freight diesel locomotives ER20CF-004/005 with a heavy loaded freight train, Livintai, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives 2M62K-0922 and 2M62K-0927 with a heavy loaded freight train arriving to Valciunai station, Lithuania

 

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) passenger diesel locomotives TEP70-0347, TEP70BS-005, TEP70BS-004 and TEP70BS-002 with a fast passenger train Moscow - Kaliningrad, between Vilnius - Paneriai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotive 2M62K-0927 with a mixed freight train between Jasiunai - Valciunai stations, Lithuania

 

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Lithuanian railways (LG - Lietuvos gelezinkeliai) freight diesel locomotives ER02CF-015 with a mixed freight train, 2M62M-0752 and 2M62M-0538 with a mixed freight train between Valciunai - Kyviskes stations, Lithuania

 

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