Spuckbeutel Air Sickness bags
  Ferries Trains Bus

AtlanticoLine, Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal, founded 2005.    #1(front and rear):

Azam Marine, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.      #1:

Cat Cocos, Seychelles  - with thanks to Annett Kugel - #3:    

Corsica Ferries, Italy:     

Cotai Jet, Hongkong-Macao catamaran ferries, founded 2007.  #2       and    #3:

Crillon Tours s.a., Bolivia, founded 1958. Titicaca Hydrofoils,
bag fetched from boat "Bolivian Arrow" in Feb. 2011:

Dodekanisos Seaways, Athens, Greece, founded 1999. - with thanks to Felix Drüsedau - #2:

Nordic Ferry Services, Denmark:

Hurtigruten, Norway:

Far East Hydrofoil  /  Jetfoil,  Hongkong:

FDGB  Holiday-ship,  GDR:

First Ferry, Hongkong:

Halunder Jet / Helgoline - High speed ferries from different German homeland ports to Helgoland .
#1  lateral clip,    #2 vertical clip:

HKNWE - HongKong North West Express.  Ferry terminal operator Tuen Mun to Macau.
Ceased Sept. 2012.

Inter Island Ferry, Victoria, Seychelles.     #2:

Irish Continental Line, Dublin, Ireland, founded 1972.  -  #1:

Jadrolinija, Rijeka, Yugoslavia, founded 1947.  #1 front and rear:

Lineas Fred. Olsen, Tenerife, Spain: High speed catamaran ferries to La Gomera:

MieraeJet Co. Ltd., South-Korea.  High speed ferries from Busan to Fukuoka and Tsushima.
-  #1 (front and rear shown):

Naviera Armas, Las Palmas de G.C., Spain, founded 1941.
  #4(flat base) / #5(sealed base):

Naviera Austral, Chile
  (ferry from Puerto Montt to Chaitén on Carretera Austral route)
-with thanks to Jürgen Mengel:

Seaferry,  Rep. of Korea.  - with thanks to Stanley Kang -  #1:

Sealink SNCF, UK, 1970 - 1996 sold to Stena Line, SNCF´s ferries renamed to SeaFrance. -#7:
Sealink British Ferries was Successor of Sealink UK founded by renaming 1984 -1991 renamed as
Sealink Stena Line.  -#8:

Sea´s Young, Hongkong. #1:

The Interislander, Wellington, New Zealand, founded 1962,
serving Cook Strait area - #2   and with thanks to David Bradford - #1:

Trasmediterranea, Spain;    and   Turbo Jet HKG-Macao high speed ferry.   #1  and   #6:

Generic bag, origin not identified:

Generic white bag from New England Whale Watching ship. Boston, USA:

DFDS-  Northern- and Baltic-Sea ferries:

VIRTU FERRIES, Ta' Xbiex , Malta, founded 1988:


Arlanda Airport Express Train, Stockholm, Sweden:

CFL - Caminho de Ferro de Luanda - E.P., Angola:

CRH = China Rail Highspeed. PRC started cooperations with major trainbuilders
in the early 2000´s in order to set up a state of the art high speed train net work
as soon as possible. The trains are serving actually fixed routes and not mixing
service stations yet. Therefore the different trains use different inscriptions are 
not mixed up and can be clearly identified to line.
Airsickness = CRH 2 (Kawasaki, Shinkansen)
Sanitary       =  CRH 1 (Bombardier)
Chinese Print in gussets of  1 and 2 means: Made for (use in) CRH trains
Cleaning     =  CRH 3 (SIEMENS, ICE3)
Trash           =  CRH 5 (ALSTOM)

CRH3, Bag 3.1, 
Chinese print in gussets and low front and rear  gives the stretch Bejing-Tianjin.

CRH 3, bag 3.2,
Chinese wording "He Xie Hao" low means: Motion in harmonisation.
Print in gussets: Made for CRH trains.
CRH 1 (Bombardier)
Chinese Print in gussets  means: Made for (use in) CRH trains.
            Bag 1.0             and             Bag  1.1 :

                     Bag 1.2 rear,                    Bag 1.3                 and     Bag 1.7:

Bags 1.8/1.8A(basic color pink),  Bags 1.6/1.6A(Symbols in QRC´s smaller):

CRH 5, bag 5.1:
Chinese wording "He Xie Hao" low means: Motion in harmonisation.
Print in gussets: Made for CRH trains. 

KTT - MTR ,  Hongkong,  Double-decker trains HKG - Guangzhou.  #1:

NSB - Norske Stats Banen,   #2(front and rear) :

SBB Schweizer Bundesbahn:

VR Group - Finland State Railways:

ADAC Postbus Germany, MeinFernbus.de Germany # 1 and #2, , Flibco.com shuttle bus Luxemburg:

ADO gl,  Mexico. Size small shopping bag. - with thanks to Helga & Jürgen Mengel,  Nov 2014:

HELLÖ,  Vienna, Austria.   -#1(Front and rear shown):

Honam Express  and  Jeonbuk Express Bus, South Korea.
- with thanks to Stefan Peterseim, June 2011:

Different Bus bags from China 2013:

Taxi China 2015:

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