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English: Interior of an InterCity2 (long-distance train) double decker passenger car in Finland, en route from Turku to Helsinki. The photograph is from upstairs of the car.
Suomi: Suomalaisen InterCity2-junan vaunun yläkerta matkalla Turusta Helsinkiin
Date July 2004 (20 July 2004, according to EXIF data)
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