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The rolling stock museum in Chabówka - the workshop seems to come from another age. 
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The rolling stock museum in Chabówka - the workshop seems to come from another age.
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The rolling stock museum in Chabówka - Ty42-107 and Ol12-7 locomotives getting necessary repairs. 
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The rolling stock museum in Chabówka - Ty42-107 and Ol12-7 locomotives getting necessary repairs.
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A drop pit in the rolling stock museum in Chabówka. 
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A drop pit in the rolling stock museum in Chabówka.

In a still-operational train shop there is a drop pit used for removing locomotive axles.
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By one of the steam trains in the open-air rolling stock museum in Chabówka. 
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By one of the steam trains in the open-air rolling stock museum in Chabówka.
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Entrance ticket to the rolling stock museum in Chabówka
Inside the Pt31 steam locomotive in the open-air rolling stock museum in Chabówka. 
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Inside the Pt31 steam locomotive in the open-air rolling stock museum in Chabówka.

Pt31 model was one of the best Polish locomotives before the WW2; a total of 110 was produced in the works in Chrzanów. Now only two such engines remain; this one, numbered Pt31-64, had been in regular use until 1979.
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Wednesday, Oct 13, 2010: The shooting target at the Axalp-Ebenfluh aerial firing range in the Swiss Alps, with looters searching for bullets after the end of the first day of the annual Axalp Air Power Demonstration
Axalp-Ebenfluh firing range (2)
1st you have made so good and nice pictures of the airshow. 2nd I cant believe what you are holding there in front of a sign saying not to touch any remainings of ammo. How stupid (sorry) is this? Its dangerous, look at the one whos holding the yellow shell, this is most prob a HEI round; because of people like you, all the show get more and more restricted. Can you imagine what it means [...] (Andy)
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