GCI railcar

GCI railcar

GCI was a class of Belgian passenger railcars. GCI were introduced in the beginning of the 20th century. They had a metal frame but the body was made of wood. They have three axles.

GCI railcars were used until 1966. Nowadays the Heritage Railway in Dendermonde, Belgium, operates one fully restored GCI, and possesses more GCIs that are waiting to be restored.

External links

* [http://www.stoomtrein.be/framesnl/indexbewaarderfgoed.htm (click on "rijtuigen" in the left menu)]
* [http://www.stoomtrein.be/framesnl/erfgoed/mat/gci/fotogci.htm nice picture of restored car]

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