13 thoughts on “Surgery In A Train?! Medical Train Exploration – Urbex Lost Places Abandoned Germany

  1. Sch├Ânes und sehr interessantes Video. Unfassbar, dass es echt Leute gibt, die mit Gewalt dort einbrechen, wenn man doch nur nett fragen braucht.

  2. Broken Window Theory I am from the U.S.A. I really enjoyed your video about the surgery in a train? Medical Train Exploration. I am new on here I found you on you tube by the menu on the side when they show windows of videos and I really enjoy all your videos I am a you tuber as well I have my own you tube channel you will see after every comment. I really enjoy watching and learning about what you do on here how did you come up with the name of your channel I think the name is real cool and I can't wait to see your next video and please send a reply than you my friends.

  3. This was absolutely amazing!!! It was like watching a documentary!!! This was by far my absolute favorite!!! You guys are just absolutely amazing!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  4. Vielen Dank f├╝r das tolle Video, BWT. Der Medical-Train ist einfach nur heftig, andererseits auch genial gebaut, u.. a. f├╝r Operationen im Kastastrophen- und / oder Kriegsfall bei max. 120 km/h Geschwindigkeit (siehe 120 bei 0:50; daneben DR, etc.). Der ├╝brige Fuhrpark der Eisenbahnfreunde Stassfurt sieht teilweise ganz sch├Ân heftig aus (u. a. die gro├čen Dampfloks mit Rostsch├Ąden, aber auch die sinnlos bespr├╝hten / besch├Ądigten alten Waggons). Vielen Dank auch an den Verein "Eisenbahnfreunde des Traditionsbahnbetriebswerk Sta├čfurt e.V." f├╝rs M├Âglichmachen dieses Videos. Viele Gr├╝├če und einen sch├Ânen Sonntagabend

  5. To answer your open question: Perhaps 1 in every 10 locations you could do a 'preserved' location. It's just as inspiring to see others who are helping to preserve certain historical locations. :>

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