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December 21, 2016
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February 1, 1954
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Approved For Release 2009/04/16: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA003400460001-3 INTELL t1~ lC ' ~:' CLASSIFICATION : SECRET CEJTRAL iNTEL.LICENCE ACE'NCV 0FORAPN REPORT i4;. i{ro.3a Trzkl'f _c Det',reen YrunkJurt/Otter and Drest PLACE ACQUIRED DATE OL INFO. Or tNv imvrs C auvxR. 1G41'N1Y7 me IGEAUINR or nn.& in zeiums 791t ALP 7911. ttf TH6 U S. 'COON IIS .At1 EriOCO ITS TPANSMISS)SN QA REtri- . 17UA? OF ter CONTEIM 'to as REGEIV'1' 91 AW ONAU11%02;,M? PARSON to According to rumors activity was steadi counter-measuresF- REPORT CD NO 25X1 DATE 01STR.. I Februt-sy 1"15h. NO.. OF ENGLS {LtSTEA tiE.LOWS SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO, THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION increasing as of known (partisan late September 1953. No 2. In late September 1953 there were eight to eleven trains leaving Frankfurt/Oder daily for Brest-Litovsk.; Traffic was showing a tend- ency to increase. In addition to the 4leven trains per days three other trains left daily for Brest between 14 and 24 Septembe: They were passenger trains transporting Russian Air Force officers and men from East Germae r to the USSR. Of the usual eleven t:'ains which leave daily, four are usually passenger trains and seven freight trains. The freight trains frdm Frankfurt/Oder to Barest are loaded with heavy machines, electrical equipment and machinery, engines (sic), lath3s, prefabricated steel bridges, textiles (finished products) and corn. The freight trains from Brest to Frankfurt/Oder are for the most part loaded with amall arms, heavy armored cars (scot tanks), light armored cars and armor plate w.iich is to be assembled in German factories. Security precautions concerning the contents of trains have been increased. New forms containing the regulations and a warning, plus a pledge of secrecy,have been circulated among brigade membe:^s4 Thase are taken up after they have been signdd by each railroader. 4. Heavy equipment transports are composed of the following care: locomotive German escort car Russian escort car crane car 6 "Tiefladewagen"l- each car has six to eight axles, making .about 100 axles per train 25 YEAR RE-REVIEW CLASSIFICATION : SECRET ~~%T1lti ~.E idAw ]C NSRE -~j -~"~ OISTRI$UTHHN 7 I ;,t ras f ._.r. i M .t sr it OIZR E'v Approved For Release 2009/04/16: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA003400460001-3 Approved For Release 2009/04/16: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA003400460001-3 :iH:CR~;T German escort ct;r Ru cian escort car G-curs (box cars) protectinG cars 0--curs wit.i am: nition Textiles are ct,rried on the trip to ''rest and munition on the return trip to Frankfurt/Oder; textiles are trans.orted.in G--cars, ar:.zunition in 0-cars, with 20 axles of empty cr!rs (protectint, cLrs) bet-.-.eon the ammunition care: and the j'u oiun _)erco.net cur; one train usually has 118 to 120 axles. C?mpletely new 0-cars leave Lrankfurt for Brest at the rate of about three trains per day (,.ith normal traffic about 18 to 20 trains per day) . They go to Brest empty ..nd do not return to Frankfurt. It is believed that t!ie,y are used in Polish territories annexed by the i uscians. Comment. "Tiefladewagen" are depressed center flat cars. Approved For Release 2009/04/16: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA003400460001-3