1. Pictorial: Sanwo-Olu inspects newly acquired speed trains  Punch Newspapers
  2. Lagos 'completes purchase' of two Talgo trains originally designed for US city  TheCable
  3. Lagos acquires two new speed trains for Red Line  Guardian
  4. PHOTOS: Sanwo-Olu acquires two 330kmph speed trains for Lagos  P.M. News
  5. Lagos acquires two 'high speed trains' for Marina-Agbado route  Premium Times
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The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday, inspected the newly acquired Talgo 330kmph speed train for the Red Line Metro project in Lagos.  The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday, inspected the newly acquired Talgo 330kmph speed train for the Red Line Metro project in Lagos.  

Pictorial: Sanwo-Olu inspects newly acquired speed trains

Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos, on Tuesday, visited the factory of Talgo Inc, for the purchase of two Series 8 trainsBabajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos, on Tuesday, visited the factory of Talgo Inc, for the purchase of two Series 8 trains

Lagos 'completes purchase' of two Talgo trains originally designed for US city

Lagos State has acquired two new speed trains for its Red Line metro project, a 37-kilometre intracity railway system. The 330-KPH trains were sold to the state by Talgo Group, a Madrid-based manufacturer of high-speed passenger trains. “The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo,” Governor […]Lagos State has acquired two new speed trains for its Red Line metro project, a 37-kilometre intracity railway system. The 330-KPH trains were sold to the state by Talgo Group, a Madrid-based manufacturer of high-speed passenger trains. “The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo,” Governor […]

Lagos State acquires two new speed trains for Red Line — News — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu acquires two Talgo 330kmph high speed trains for the yet to be completed Lagos Red Line Metro rail project.Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu acquires two Talgo 330kmph high speed trains for the yet to be completed Lagos Red Line Metro rail project.

PHOTOS: Sanwo-Olu acquires two 330kmph speed trains for Lagos - P.M. News

Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu acquires two Talgo 330kmph high speed trains for the yet to be completed Lagos Red Line Metro rail project.Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu acquires two Talgo 330kmph high speed trains for the yet to be completed Lagos Red Line Metro rail project.

PHOTOS: Sanwo-Olu acquires two 330kmph speed trains for Lagos - P.M. News

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NIGERIA: The long-running saga of the two Talgo trains which were ordered for operation in the US state of Wisconsin but never entered service has taken another twist, with Talgo expected to sell them for use on the Red Line in Lagos.NIGERIA: The long-running saga of the two Talgo trains which were ordered for operation in the US state of Wisconsin but never entered service has taken another twist, with Talgo expected to sell them for use on the Red Line in Lagos.

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"The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo.""The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo."

Lagos acquires two 'high speed trains' for Marina-Agbado route

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In line with his administration's commitment to Traffic Management and Transportation, Lagos State Governor, Sanwo-Olu, has acquired two setsIn line with his administration's commitment to Traffic Management and Transportation, Lagos State Governor, Sanwo-Olu, has acquired two sets

Lagos acquires new two sets 10-car intra-city metropolitan trains for red line rail project

Two trains originally intended for a high-speed rail line to connect Madison and Milwaukee are headed for Nigeria. The governor of that country's Lagos State was in Milwaukee on Tuesday to purchase the unused trains.Two trains originally intended for a high-speed rail line to connect Madison and Milwaukee are headed for Nigeria. The governor of that country's Lagos State was in Milwaukee on Tuesday to purchase

Trains intended for unbuilt Milwaukee-Madison high-speed rail line going to Nigeria | Wisconsin Public Radio

MILWAUKEE — The long-orphaned Talgo trainsets built but never used for extended Hiawatha service to Madison, Wis., have finally found a home. In Nigeria. The website Urban Milwaukee reports Talgo will sell the equipment to the Nigerian government. According to a press release, it will be for a new 23-mile, 11-station commuter line in the Lagos area slated to begin service

Never-used Talgo trainsets find buyer in Africa - Trains

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee manufacturing plant has reached a major deal between Milwaukee and a Nigerian state.The governor of Lagos State, Nigeria is visiting Wisconsin this week to buy two train

Trains built in Milwaukee head to Nigeria after decade-long legal saga over high-speed rail

Lagos State has acquired two new speed trains for its Red Line metro project, a 37-kilometre intracity railway system. The 330-KPH trains were sold to the state by Talgo Group, a Madrid-based manufacturer of high-speed passenger trains. “The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo,” Governor […]Lagos State has acquired two new speed trains for its Red Line metro project, a 37-kilometre intracity railway system. The 330-KPH trains were sold to the state by Talgo Group, a Madrid-based manufacturer of high-speed passenger trains. “The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo,” Governor […]

Lagos State acquires two new speed trains for Red Line — News — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News