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PostPosted: Tue 23 Mar 2010 17:09 
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Hello neightbours :)

Since 15 years I'm collecting the plates, that indicate vehicles on which line are operating (see this pic).

Here you could see some other labels from my collection:
http://media.snimka.bg/4677/015609428.jpg
http://media.snimka.bg/4677/015609432.jpg
http://store.picbg.net/pubpic/12/34/523 ... 041234.JPG

the 7ТБ is for trolley, the other - for busses

Are in Romania any vehicle's plates collectors like me?


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PostPosted: Tue 23 Mar 2010 17:16 
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Welcome to the forum.

See example: http://forum.transira.ro/viewtopic.php?p=105664#105664


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PostPosted: Tue 23 Mar 2010 17:26 
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That's so cool :)

But your labels looks in poor condition - they are printed on some material included wood and paper. Here it's called 'talashit'. Long time ago (until the 80s) we've got those kind of labels too. After that every label is printed on plastic/PVC or on a thick plastic folio. Since 1998 we begin to replace most of them with digital (exclusivle by the buses and insignificantly by the trams and trolleybuses). Еven though today at least 40% of the vehicles are still using the plastic ones.

So - directly to the main question - is anybody interested in exchange of romanian label to bulgarian one :)?


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PostPosted: Tue 23 Mar 2010 20:53 
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Almost all Romanian plates were printed on this matherial (the same matherial is still used to cover the inside of the walls and roof of the vehicles).
The plates used on the former Ikarus 260 buses in Bucharest were made by metal, but they were old (and the routes were changed), so the last buses had paper sheets (printed or even hand written!) instead of plates.
Other cities (for example Timisoara, Oradea, Targoviste) use only printed paper sheets at the vehicles without a digital display.


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PostPosted: Fri 26 Mar 2010 12:45 
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I'm really sad to read that no original Ikarus' plate is in use.
In Sofia the last 3-4 were still in use until 2008 when I'd decided to took them for my collection. In the other cities, that are still operating Ikarus (Varna, Sliven, Pernik, Vratsa) is easy to find those original plattes, but they are repainted and often are advertising the transport company.


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