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SNCF Class Z 800

The SNCF Z 800 is an electric multiple unit train used on the Saint-Gervais–Vallorcine railway. They were purchased in a joint order by SNCF and the Martigny–Chatelard Railway on March 30, 1994. Five trainsets were produced: three for SNCF, and t ...

                                               

Galmiz railway station

Galmiz railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Galmiz, in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Palezieux–Lyss line of Swiss Federal Railways.

                                               

Rosshausern railway station

Rosshausern railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Muhleberg, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Bern–Neuchatel line of BLS AG.

                                               

Bern Brunnen Westside railway station

Bern Brunnen Westside railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Bern, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Bern–Neuchatel line of BLS AG.

                                               

Bern Bumpliz Nord railway station

Bern Bumpliz Nord railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Bern, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Bern–Neuchatel line of BLS AG.

                                               

Bern Stockacker railway station

Bern Stockacker railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Bern, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Bern–Neuchatel line of BLS AG.

                                               

Langendorf railway station

Langendorf railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Langendorf, in the Swiss canton of Solothurn. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Solothurn–Moutier line of BLS AG and is served by local trains only.

                                               

Jegenstorf railway station

Jegenstorf railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Jegenstorf, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is an intermediate stop on the 1.000 mm gauge Solothurn–Worblaufen line of Regionalverkehr Bern-Solothurn.

                                               

Worblaufen railway station

Worblaufen railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Ittigen, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is located at the junction of three 1.000 mm gauge lines of Regionalverkehr Bern-Solothurn: Solothurn–Worblaufen, Worb Dorf–Worblaufen ...

                                               

Willy Massoth

Willy Massoth was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Fengjia

Fengjia may refer to: Fengjia Night Market 逢甲夜市, a night market in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan Fengjia Subdistrict 冯家街道, a subdistrict in Qianjiang District, Chongqing, China

                                               

LDI

LDI may refer to: Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research in Montreal, Canada Liberty Diversified Industries Liability-driven investment strategy La droite independante, a former French electoral alliance Lawrenceburg Distillers Indiana, the fo ...

                                               

Rhyme Time Town

Holly Hazelton as Baa Black Sheep Hannah Jane Fox as Polly Chipmunk, Ms. Moon Richard Frame as Mr. Sun Nina Wadia as Mayor Spoon, Molly Chipmunk Jude Muir as Humpty Dumpty Maddie Evans as Mary Nicolette McKenzie as Mother Goose Rhashan Stone as H ...

                                               

All-time Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 table

The classification of the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 table all seasons combined is a classification which aims to determine which team in the history of the Tunisian football championship has had the most success, not by the number of title ...

                                               

Derekoy

Derekoy is a Turkish place name and may refer to the following places in Turkey: Derekoy, Yenipazar, Bilecik Derekoy, Sason Derekoy, Kuyucak Derekoy, Koçarlı Derekoy, Kas Derekoy, Emirdağ Derekoy, Karacasu Derekoy, Kumluca Derekoy, Mut Derekoy, P ...

                                               

Palais des Congres

Palais des Congres Belgium Palais des congres de Liege Centre international des congres de Metz Palais des congres et de la Culture du Mans Palais des congres de Beaune Palais des congres du Technopole du Futuroscope Palais des congres de Bordeau ...

                                               

Operations Claw-Eagle and Claw-Tiger

The joint Claw-Eagle and Claw-Tiger operations are ongoing Turkish Armed Forces/Iranian Armed Forces external operations in Iraqi Kurdistan. The attacks have taken place in the Qandil Mountains, the Sinjar District, and Makhmur, ostensibly agains ...

                                               

Altıntas (disambiguation)

Altıntas is a town and a district of Kutahya Province, Turkey. Altıntas literally "golden rock" may also refer to: Altıntas, Bozdoğan, a village in the district of Bozdoğan, Aydın Province, Turkey Altıntas, Midyat, an Assyrian/Syriac village in t ...

                                               

Sakabası, Elazığ

Sakabası is a village of Sivrice District, of Elazığ Province in eastern Turkey, on Malatya highway 33 km away from the center of Elazig. The town was formerly known as Pinçirik. The population in 2019 was 359, though it has fluctuated wildly ove ...

                                               

Hagaby GoIF

Hagaby GoIF is a Swedish sport club from Orebro competing in orienteering. The club won 10-mila in 1975 with Ingemar Larsson, Anders Winbladh, Ola Lindskog, Tord Lidstrom, Stefan Blomgren, Billy Hoglund, Arne Yngstrom, Anders Bergman, Goran Hedbe ...

                                               

Pygmy mouse

Pygmy mouse may refer to: Northern pygmy mouse Baiomys taylori Southern pygmy mouse Baiomys musculus Baiomys, a North American genus Desert pygmy mouse Mus indutus African pygmy mouse, South African Pygmy Mouse, or just Pygmy Mouse Mus minutoides ...

                                               

Urfa (disambiguation)

Urfa Province or Sanlıurfa, southeastern Turkey Urfa Province, Ottoman Empire or Vilayet of Aleppo, centered on the city of Aleppo, Syria Sanlı Urfa or Edessa, a city in Upper Mesopotamia, present-day Urfa, Turkey

                                               

Young Wife

Manya and Volodya fell in love with each other in their school years. Then Volodya joined the army, and returned with a new girlfriend. Manya was so offended that he agreed to marry the widower Alexei. But it was difficult for her in a new family ...

                                               

The Little Cat

A girl from the musicians family wanted to buy a cat. Suddenly, the cat fell out of the window and was on the roof of the car, because of which he drove away from home.

                                               

Abibus

Abibus of Alexandria, a deacon and martyr - see Faustus, Abibus and Dionysius of Alexandria Abibus of Samosata, another man by the same name, a companion in martyrdom of Romanus of Samosata Abibus of Nekressi, bishop of Nekressi and one of the 13 ...

                                               

Andrej Csemez

Andrej Csemez is a Slovak amateur boxer who fights out of KO Box Club Galanta. He won a bronze medal at the 2019 European Games and a gold at the 2018 European Union Championships, both at middleweight. In addition, he competed at two World Champ ...

                                               

Church End, Bedfordshire

Church End is the name of several ancient hamlets located in Bedfordshire: Church End, Tempsford - 52.16°N 00.30°W  / 52.16; -00.30 TL1653 Church End, Renhold - 52.16°N 00.41°W  / 52.16; -00.41 TL0875 Church End, Thurleigh - 52.21°N 00.46°W  / ...

                                               

Three Counties (disambiguation)

Three Counties are traditionally the three English agrarian counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Three Counties may also refer to:

                                               

Kirkton

Kirkton, Livingston, an area of Livingston Kirkton of Kingoldrum, in Angus Kirkton of Durris, in Durris, Aberdeenshire Kirkton, Dundee, a residential area Kirkton of Tough, in the Marr area of Aberdeenshire Kirkton of Maryculter, commonly known a ...

                                               

Campsie

Campsie may refer to: Milton of Campsie, town in the parish now East Dunbartonshire Campsie Fells, range of hills in Scotland Campsie, Stirlingshire, historic civil parish based in the area Campsie F.C., football team based in the above town Camp ...

                                               

Woodend

Woodend is the name of many places: England Woodend, Cheshire Woodend, Hampshire Woodend, Essex Woodend, Shropshire Woodend, Sussex Woodend, Stockton on Tees Woodend, Northumberland Woodend, Egremont, Cumbria Woodend, Northamptonshire Woodend, No ...

                                               

Bridgend (disambiguation)

Bridgend, Islay, a village in Argyll and Bute Bridgend, Fife, a location Bridgend, Inverclyde, a location Bridgend, Perth and Kinross, a location Bridgend, North Lanarkshire, a location Bridgend, Aberdeenshire, a location Bridgend, Edzell, Angus, ...

                                               

Braehead (disambiguation)

Braehead is a commercial development in Renfrew, Scotland. Braehead may also refer to: Braehead, Dumfries and Galloway, a location Braehead, Orkney, a location Braehead, Lanark, a location Braehead, Banchory, a proposed housing development in Abe ...

                                               

Llansanffraid

Llansanffraid and variant spellings of this Welsh place name may refer to: Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain, a village between Oswestry and Welshpool in Powys, Wales Llansantffraed, Monmouthshire, a parish and village near Raglan in Monmouthshire Llansa ...

                                               

Llanfihangel

Llanfihangel can refer to the following places in Wales: Llanfihangel Penbedw, a former parish in the Hundred of Kilgerran, Pembrokeshire Llanfihangel Genaur Glyn, the former name for Llandre, Ceredigion Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Conwy Llanfihange ...

                                               

Pentrebach (disambiguation)

Pentrebach is a village in Merthyr Tydfil County Borough, Wales. Pentre Bach is a Welsh language television programme for young children. Pentrebach, Pentre-bach or Pentre Bach meaning Small village in English can also refer to: Pentre-bach railw ...

                                               

Rhos

Rhosllannerchrugog, Wrexham County Borough, northeast Wales Rhos-on-Sea Welsh: Llandrillo-yn-Rhos, Colwyn Bay, Conwy County Borough Rhos, Neath Port Talbot, South Wales Valleys

                                               

River Rhiw

The River Rhiw is a short river in the north of Powys in Wales. Two headwater tributaries both named Afon Rhiw flow east to join at Dwyrhiew and then continue in a generally easterly direction to join the River Severn east of Berriew. The norther ...

                                               

Newchurch

Newchurch is the name of several places in the United Kingdom: Newchurch in Pendle, Lancashire Newchurch, Herefordshire, England Newchurch, Isle of Wight, England Newchurch, Monmouthshire, Wales Newchurch, Lancashire, England Newchurch, Powys, Wa ...

                                               

Cwm Clydach

Cwm Clydach, the Welsh language name for Clydach Vale, a village in Rhondda Cynon Taf Cwm Clydach RSPB Reserve, near the village of Clydach, Swansea Cwm Clydach National Nature Reserve, on the Clydach Gorge in Blaenau Gwent Cwm Clydach, Kidwelly, ...

                                               

Argyle Square

Argyle Square is a garden square in the London Borough of Camden in London, England. It is the main public park in Kings Cross. The square was built in the 1830s and 1840s, after the collapse of an attempt to build a music and arts centre in the ...

                                               

Epping station

Epping station may refer to: Epping tube station, the terminus of the London Underground Central line in Essex, United Kingdom Epping railway station, Melbourne, a station on the South Morang line on the Metropolitan train network in Melbourne, V ...

                                               

Brooksville

Brooksville is the name of several places in the United States: Brooksville, Morgan County, Alabama Brooksville Army Airfield, named after the Florida town Brooksville, Blount County, Alabama Brooksville, Florida Brooksville Independent-Graded Sc ...

                                               

Midway, Alabama (disambiguation)

Midway, Alabama is a town in Bullock County, Alabama, United States. Midway, Alabama may also refer to: Midway, Clarke County, Alabama, a place in Alabama Midway, Colbert County, Alabama, a place in Alabama Midway, Lawrence County, Alabama, a pla ...

                                               

Chapel Hill, Alabama

Chapel Hill, Alabama can refer to: Chapel Hill, Walker County, Alabama, a place in Alabama, United States Chapel Hill, Jefferson County, Alabama, a place in Alabama, United States Chapel Hill, Covington County, Alabama, United States Chapel Hill, ...

                                               

Wildcat Mountain

Wildcat Mountain is the name of 43 summits in the United States, including: Wildcat Mountain Washington County, Oregon Wildcat Mountain Fresno County, California Wildcat Mountain Davidson County, North Carolina Wildcat Mountain Laurel County, Ken ...

                                               

Starr Village and Mound Group

The Starr Village and Mound Group, is a Mississippian culture archaeological site located on a bluff overlooking Macoupin Creek southwest of Carlinville in Macoupin County, Illinois. The "Macoupin Creek figurine" formerly the "Piasa Creek Figure ...

                                               

Barnesville

Barnesville may refer to: In Canada: Barnesville, New Brunswick In the USA: Barnesvilles Post Barnesville, Georgia Barnesville, Kansas Barnesville, Alabama Barnesville MARC station Barnesville, Maryland Barnesville, Macon County, Missouri Barnesv ...

                                               

Grapevine Creek

Grapevine Creek may refer to one of the following streams: Grapevine Creek Kern County, California Grapevine Creek Tuolumne County, California Grapevine Creek Coconino County, Arizona Grapevine Creek Humboldt County, California Grapevine Creek Sa ...

                                               

Pea Ridge

Pea Ridge is the name of several places in the United States of America that include: Battle of Pea Ridge, an American Civil War battle Pea Ridge National Military Park Pea Ridge, Marion County, Alabama Pea Ridge, Fayette County, Alabama Pea Ridg ...