"Go slow!", well, it that ten kilometres per hour normal speed was too much. This was the only "slow" signal on the track this time, we just didn't have time to replace the rails here too, as it would have been necessary. That's a job for next time! Anyway the passenger service was going well, in day it was a bit low for the near forty degrees Celsius (which also took it's toll a bit on the engines needing a lot of cooling water), but in the evening it really spun off! (On the 20th truly I didn't see it since I had to leave with this train at three afternoon as next day it was work for me)
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