The Orient Express passenger train leaves a railroad station in Europe.
Europe Date:1925 Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
The Orient Express passenger train in Europe. The Orient Express passenger train at a railroad station.Seen in the station is steam locomotive with running number: 01 005, which was built by the Bossig Company of Germany, in 1925. (It exists today, as the oldest preserved German locomotive. It is owned by the Dresden Transport Museum and viewable at the Stassfurt Heritage Locomotive Depot, on the Shoenebeck to Gusten railroad line.) Locomotive 01 005 belches steam and makes noises as a dispatcher on the platform signals for it to depart. It gradually moves away with a roar, and gains speed. Passenger cars comprising the train, are seen as it leaves the station. A white uniformed train attendant is seen standing above train steps of a car, as train pulls away. (Note: this may be one of the earliest films with sound.)
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