Sunday, August 28, 2022

Brieselang, Baitz, Priort, Golm

Today I'll spot some trains around Berlin
The weather has changed dramatically
Golm station

193 737, LTE

193 367

152 157 and 152 091

386 001, Metrans

At Elstal rail yard, I can spot some Euroduals through the train window, hopefully I will see some outside

At Brieselang station, I can spot this Eurodual, 159 202
159 202 is from HHPI - Heavy Haul Power International GmbH
F=ma is referring to Newton's second law, which means the force (F) acting on an object is equal to the mass (m) of an object times its acceleration (a). This means the more mass an object has, the more force you need to accelerate it. And the greater the force, the greater the object's acceleration.

Brieselang is located at the Berlin-Hamburg railway, hence there are many passenger trains on this line

Freight trains are also using the line

370 035, ID - Industrial Division Sp. z o.o.
The locomotive is leased from Cargounit, a company from Wroclaw in Poland

Containers from Xian Port
Also, I'm changing the hotel, from East to West Berlin
I'm heading to the railway Berlin-Blankenheim, now part of the freight route Berlin-Halle

Baitz station

It's raining a lot, and there are not many trains here

The few freight trains I've seen on this line are all with Class 187 locomotives

Later in Berlin

Last day, no rain but a bit grey weather

Priort station, which is on the Berlin ring railway
Remains of the train station
Berlin-Magdeburg regional train is diverted here today

Class 187

Class 152 and 298

Metrans from Hamburg

388 005, ČD Cargo a.s.
Class 388 is a Traxx F140 MS3

185 418, TX Logistik
This train is most probably heading to Scandinavia as this locomotive has country package: S, D, DK, A

383 420

193 829, TX Logistik

187 313, HSL

189 451, DB Cargo

111 029 Railadventure at Saarmund
Charter train with Ukrainian refugees

Berlin airport

Changing planes in Munich