I have just completed my trip from Sangaste to Tartu in the new Stadler DEMU (diesel-electric multiple unit) successfully. The train was pretty good. My train was 2312, a 3-car unit (excluding the PowerPack in the middle). I will provide some pictures below.


A front view of the train in Tartu.


The name of the train: “Fellin”.


The unit number inside the train.


The old “Elektriraudtee” branding. On a train that has never been in service during “Elektriraudtee”‘s days (see post below for translation)!


The PID (Passenger Information Display) in the train.


The PID outside the train.


The door of Carriage C. The only door that has a ramp to bridge the gap between the train and the platform.

That’s it. What do you think?

2 thoughts on “Railway trip in Estonia: Sangaste-Tartu”

  1. I think I want to try the Trt-Tln train some morning. Just don’t like the idea of people standing for two hours. As I understand, the new trains should make it more comfortable and suitable for commuters

    1. Okay, I will try to make a trip report of this maybe next weekend. I have no idea how many carriages are the express trains, hopefully 4. The Stadler DEMUs are built so that there is one kind of PowerPack suitable for any kind of train. This results in an unusually powerful 2-car unit and the 4-car needs to have super-capacitors. I want to see them in action!

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