Posted: 25 June 2009
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Advertising on high-speed trains is not as common as on lower ones and generally not very large. The exception is the french TGV and the Thalys based on it, which will happily sell full-body advertisement for at least the powerheads. Trainset 4302, one of the seven owned by french SNCF, additionally has advertisements on the first and last passenger cars and on all doors, for the Magritte Museum in Brussels (yes, for that pipe guy), which opened on 2 June 2009 according to the labels on the train. Here it’s leaving Aachen central for Cologne.