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Train And BMW

Posted on June 19, 2008 by


Estonian train hit car 1

In Estonia trains chase cars and hit them later, leaving soil and flowers on the place.


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40 Responses to “Train And BMW”

  1. Jon says:

    first!

    How did that thing even get like that?

    and where did the plant come from?

  2. Fum says:

    What the hell happened there?

  3. Knee Grow says:

    First, and ouch that BMW is probably totaled,

  4. Juhani says:

    These pictures are true, this is over Estonian news.

    And these pictures are somewhat better than the ones on the Estonian media!, at least at the moment.

    It was a Moscow – Tallinn train. You can also see a large pool of diesel or oil, the train leaked over 3,5t.

    one link to some more pics, a bit eariler ones, that show the train with all the wagons. In englisrussia-s pics the wagons are towed away.

    http://www.ekspress.ee/2008/06/19/eesti-uudised/3213-rong-soitis-balti-jaama-perroonile

    • Texas1 says:

      Moscow train, huh? Well that just about says everything. I think we can safely say the train conductor had a little too much vodka on that special day.

  5. aiaiai says:

    Now this is true love!!!!! musi-musi

  6. Radical Vlad says:

    Some romantics impress their love by placing a rose on a car’s hood, some go one step further.

  7. mattheus says:

    Car was parked not in legal parking place. Train uses longer platform number 1 mostly, but today it used somehow one shorter platform. Dont know if it was just brake failure or train driver was used to drive about 3 wagon lenghts further and because platform change train had too much power still … little tree and grass were growing in end of track – landwork highered locomotive and so it came to street level.

  8. LiraNuna says:

    The train conductor must have been a clown.

  9. Scrat335 says:

    Russian trains are green, the model we see here are very popular locomotives there. The loco in the pics is an Estonian locomotive. Something happened and the train either came in too fast, a mechanical failure occured or the engineer screwed up.

    • Swede says:

      I don’t understand estonian but I heard the interviewed fireman says “…diesel [...] Rolex bensiin (gasoline)”. Which makes sense but still not. At least it’s a fossil fuel locomotive and not electric.

  10. DRS says:

    To Texas1: those were Estonian conductor and assistant, did then vodka had to do with this incident, in your opinion? Or you would use another cliché, citing alleged “slow mind” of Baltic nations?

    Nationalistic labels and cliché are pathetic.

    • spicy_sausage says:

      To DRS: Calm down old chap it’s not worth blowing a fuse over. Thats the trouble with you Baltic’s, you’re too hot headed. Probably the vodka that causes it.

  11. Pros says:

    Train was hijacked by baldy nazi.

  12. zax says:

    As a railway fan, I must notice that this is TEP70 Diesel locomotive, built by Kolomenskiy zavod (logo can be clearly seen below the side mirrors) in Kolomna, Moscow oblast, Russia. And it is quite powerful – 4000 hp, with max. speed of 160 km/h.
    But what intrigues me is, why do they use Diesel locomotives? If it is Moscow-Tallinn railway, I would expect it to be fully electrified.

    • Swede says:

      I don’t know about the russian side but the estonian railway is not electrified on that line.

      Narva border station and the rails to Tallinn are always full of dirty old russian locomotives spewing black smoke and very long sets of dirty oil wagons.
      http://www.rrdc.com/images/ph_Est_Narva_yard_.jpg
      (From 2001 but afaik it looks the same today.)

      Estonian passenger trains are almost non existent.

    • lorenai says:

      hmmm… they have lots of diesel oil? like UAE )

    • pld says:

      Nope, it’s definitely not fully electrified.

    • jaaks says:

      You would, but it’s not.
      It’s the great legacy of the Soviet Union – why the hell use an electric locomotive?
      Fuel consumption? No, they had plenty.
      It would be faster? No, all are equal – a man travelling by train should not be any faster than a peasant travelling by foot/horse.

      Go figure.

    • Rover says:

      Why? That is some funny idea.
      Tallinn to Moscow is like around one thousand kilometers.
      Quite some distance.
      Europe is small, Remember that. When you come to the edge of the Europe, distances beyond it are wast.

  13. Shaiya says:

    What’s Estonia, y’all? Is it some less-than-idyllic, little-known town in the vast expanse of mighty Russia? :p

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  15. vanarebane says:

    I’m from estonia. I know that there were no parking space near where that BMW is standing and thats the moral of this story. Newer park where there is no parking spot.

  16. Zafarad says:

    Someone is trying to rush his office! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

  17. MINK says:

    finally, trains start fighting back.

  18. spicy_sausage says:

    To DRS: Calm down old chap it’s not worth blowing a fuse over. Thats the trouble with you Baltic’s, you’re too hot headed. Probably the vodka that does it.

  19. kelly ursulak says:

    my chevy shot box would have stopped that train not some crout made bmw…

  20. Lackluster says:

    In Soviet Russia, trains ride YOU !

  21. vasya says:

    ха, приколна

  22. Kaspar says:

    The BMW was parked in a correct manner. The owner says his har is a hero for saving the train station and there should be a statue for the car.

    My guess is the train driver just forgot to brake.

  23. ircc says:

    if this is a russia site, why is here estonian pictures? estonia is not russia. если это место России, то почему здесь эстонские изображения? эстония нет России.

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  25. omghihi says:

    this is what we do to your car in Estonia if you park in the wrong spot.
    : ))))

  26. Tom Berry says:

    Algthough the Conductor is in charge of the train, the Conductor does not ride in the engine. The engineer operates the engine. I note that there is no evidence of a bumping post at the end of the track, and judging by the dirt, etc. kicked up by the engine, and the pool of oil from fuel tanks that were apparently ruptured hitting concrete after the engine ran off the end of the track, I question how visible the end of track was for the engineer to see as he approached the end of the track, why visible markers are not in evidence at or near the end of track, and why bumping posts are not installed at the end of the track, which alone would prevent this extensive damage. Trains have great inertia, and it appears this all happened at slow speed, especially when you consider that the engine stopped on its own before hitting the overhead canopy extension from the station, and there is no bumping post in evidence.

  27. BMW car mats says:

    Haha very good! That’ll teach him to park illegally!

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    Buy cialis….

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