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Mailing list on railway terminology still exists?
Thread poster: Noe Tessmann
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May 27, 2008

Dear colleague,

does anyone know if the UIC Mailing list on railway terminology is still active. I wrote an e-mail to subscribe
but never heard back from them.


Kind regards

Noe




http://www.uic.asso.fr/uic/spip.php?article793


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xxxCMJ_Trans
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don't know but can find out May 27, 2008

from my "contacts" ..

How urgent is this?
Chris
ex-UIC


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Noe Tessmann  Identity Verified
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not really urgent May 27, 2008

Hello Chris,

thanks for your answer. Every so often when I work on some technical documents for the Belgian railways I think it would be helpful to ask railway experts about some terms.
But it's not really urgent. I always try to help myself.

Regards

Noe


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