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Uploaded on May 16, 2010
SJ T42 205, ex. SJ T5 105, ex. GMD G12 demonstrator, restored, in original demonstrator livery, leaves Åstorp with a vintage passanger train bound for Ängelholm on the 15/5 2010, during the 'Dieseldagarna' diesel festival at the Swedish Railway Museum in Ängelholm. The train consists of a vintage box car, a Swedish 1930's riveted all-steel 3rd class passenger car, together with three Danish cars. Built in London, Ontario, Canada in 1953 as number 7707, the engine toured Europe as a demonstrator, eventually being bought by the Swedish State Railways (SJ) in 1956. Taken out of service in the early eighties, she was bought and subsequently restored by the Norwegian GM-Gruppen in 1986, and finally sold to the Swedish Railway Museum in 2007.
The ringing as the engine passes the pedestrian level crossing is a warning signal from the crossing and not from the engine.