The red star train graveyard was full of old steam engines, and at least two railcarts that were used to carry jewish prisoners to Auschwitz during occupied Nazi times.
I think now actually MAGAV424.287 is fully repaired and functional, and is located in a transport museum. But imagine for a moment the MAGAV424.287 completing the 53 ... The MAGAV424.287 even had at one time two red wings, just above its registration number.
This abandoned train was used during communistic times and the red star painted on the front explain why the location was known as the "Red Star train graveyard".
- camera : Nikon D500
- exposure speed : 1/25 (0.04 sec)
- aperture : f/11.0
- ISO sensitivity : ISO 100
- lens : Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM
- focal length : 14mm (cadrage équivalant : 21mm)
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