[AT] SETG restyles 487 001 – a unique design is no more

We know Salzburger EisenbahnTransportLogistik (SETG) from Austria as a company that values a good first impression. It applies a distinctive green and white livery to many of its locomotives, and it is creative in finding new themes to add something extra to the design of each machine: famous composers, the European hymn, a well known Christmas carol. Currently, Alpine animals are put in the spotlight. After the Lynx, there is now a locomotive with a Marmot, and it has an interesting history:

We thank Malcaris Maxima for sharing this picture with us:

SETG 487 001 in Rodleben on 02.11.2019 – Malcaris Maxima

487 001’s history

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