File:First Trolleybuss of Siemens in Berlin 1882 (postcard).jpg

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First Trolleybuss of Siemens in Berlin, Germany

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current19:23, 21 July 2008Thumbnail for version as of 19:23, 21 July 2008778 × 591 (524 KB)Alex SpadeBetter resolution

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