Upper basin of pump storage power plant Glems. It is situated near Eningen at the edge of Swabiab Jura close to the powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen, but not connected to it. Pump storage power plant Glems has a power of 90 MW and was built between 1962 and 1964.
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Pylon 251 of powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen on the edge of Swabian Jura
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Powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen ascending Swabian Jura near Eningen, Germany
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Powerlines north of Ludwigsburg with constellation Cassiopeia
Koersch Valley Bridge with the 110 kV powerline undercrossing it at night
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Koersch Valley Bridge is a 55 metres high road bridge over Koersch Valley near Esslingen, Germany. It was inaugaurated on September 6th, 1995 and runs over the double-circuit 110 kV powerline Esslingen-Plieningen, which was renewed while construction work of Koersch Valley Bridge in 1993.
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An insulator, which was used for carrying an overhead wire
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A look on its basement with the tower sign
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The strainer in the background. It replaced a strainer, which consisted of an extended pole for the overhead wire.
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Looking up the tower in the foreground
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The sign at the tower in the foreground
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In Böblingen, some towers of the 110 kV single phase AC branch from the traction current line Stuttgart-Zazenhausen - Eutingen to Stuttgart-Rohr were renewed in Böblingen. This line is used for the power supply of the S-train line to Herrenberg, which operates as all lines of the Stuttgart S-train system with single-phase AC with a voltage of 15 kV and a frequeny of 16.7 Hz.
The train on the picture is not an S-train as the S-train is operated with railcars. The yellow highrise building in the background is the famous brothel C33.
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Single phase 110 kV-AC line Zazenhausen-Eutingen of German railway company and 380 kV/110 kV-line Pulverdingen-Oberjettingen west of Ehningen at night, view toward Northeast.
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Single phase 110 kV-AC line Zazenhausen-Eutingen of German railway company and 380 kV/110 kV-line Pulverdingen-Oberjettingen west of Ehningen at night.
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Pylon 224 of facility 4508, a branch pylon of powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen
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Tower of 380 kV/110 kV-powerline Pulverdingen-Phillipsburg with moon
1 год назад
Nice Pylon with Moon:)
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At these three 110 kV pylons the cables to the Pinache substation start.
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The lines to new Pinache substation are underground cables starting from powerline towers of powerlines running nearby.
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New 110 kV/20 kV-substation under construction east of Pinache, Germany
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Looking up this pylon.
1 год назад
Дима привет, по другому тебя не смог найти , и с тобой связаться:) Напиши хоть какой-то контакт свой, будет встреча одноклассников) (сори за спам)
1 год назад
Андрей, всё норм. Я тебе на е-мейл отписал.
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An other view of this pylon
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South of Mertesheim in Rhineland-Palatinate, there is a termination tower of a single-circuit 20 kV-line with an antenna for broadcasting the radio program of RPR1. on 103.3 MHz with a power of 50 W. The usage of electricity pylons as cellphone transmitter or radio relay site is not uncommon in Germany, but this pylon may be the only one in Germany used for public radio broadcasting.
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In Bietigheim-Bissingen, there is a famous monumental protected railway bridge, called "Enzviadukt". Close to the bridge, there is at the beginning of September a funfair, called "Horse Market". If at this funfair a Ferris Wheel is built up, as after a break of several years in 2017, one can photograph trains on Enztalviadukt in unusual perspectives. The train runs electrically with single-phase AC of a frequency of 16.7 Hz and a voltage of 15 kV.
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Three powerline near Randen north of the Swiss border. The line in the middle is the powerline Herbertingen-Tiengen, inaugaurated in 1930.