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ITT: Sexy trains
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That topic is too ambiguous to let this opportunity pass, OP.
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>>836561
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5Fs16lPpag
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I like it better than the 700 and N700 series, fight me /n/erds
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>>836561
Sad the final livery looks worse than the original...
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>>836638
>this sleek design looks better than a couple of hideous ducktrains
what a hot opinion
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Still the best looking 'strayan train
Futuristic styling with 1960s technology
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>>836776

It's not my fault that the JR companies decided to make them look like duckbills and dildos due to MUH AERODYNAMICS and no longer look sleek
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The apex of American traction.
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you guys OP said SEXY trains
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>>836644
vidya/10
could be worse though. look at the new Great Western green/ivory
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>>837536
Hhhhnnngggg

And they're so good to travel in.
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>>837797
>not posting streamlined cab car
Also this
https://youtu.be/pMlQ0bSLbhY?t=407
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>>836678

>when asspain has far superior trains than America
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>>837818
They have some serious denbt tho, also EU money.
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>no love for old Hungarian trains
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>>839950
Testdriving the ringline at opening day, I see.
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>>836638
as long as we agree that the joetsu one is some serious striking shit, i can't even decide if i like it or hate it.

(the green one for the newfags)
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>>836800
Looks 80s, I like it
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>>841571

You mean the E5 aka the green dildo (along with the E6, which is a slightly smaller, but red one)?
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Old school
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>>841973
>posts Taurus
>doesn't post Railjet livery
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>>836565
Wh- what's this called?
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>>837131
>runs in chicago loop
>railway grade track inter city
>and in city streets
>both high and low platform heights
>essentially a light rail vehicle 30 years ahead of its time
>still utilized a fucking trolley pole

What's with you america and trolley poles? We got rid of them like in 1910s. (On the other hand, our last two axle cars were delivered like 1949...)
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>>839769
>>839770
>>839772
>>839773
WHERE'S HARGITA2.JPG
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Is this sexy?
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>>837818
Talgo and AMTRAK actually used the same trains back in the day.
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Talgo AVRIL
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>>842831
Definitely agreed.

Not enough appreciation for workhorses.

Sorry about this being a model. Last one was scrapped in the 30's.
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>>842022
Amtrak is still using Talgos.
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>>842025
>>842019
>>836678
It seems we can agree that Talgo is 10/10 wouldbang
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>>841983
>posts railshit
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Santa Fe Super Chief
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Can't wait for this bad boy to roll out, also saw a picture of the cab with funky UV lights in it, cannot confirm whether this an actual feature of the train yet but it looked awesome.
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>>841994
They were planning on fully modernizing the catenary system, with the goal of eventually switching to pantographs, but the Great Depression hit, and the railroad never again had the money to finish. When it was abandoned in 1963, most of the equipment was at least 30-40 years old.
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>>843293
shit taste
shit train
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Pretty much any Stadler doubledecker is sexy as shit
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>>843573
>hating on muh warbonnets

Eat shit.
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>>844257
everything about new york's metro is SO UGLY

except for GCT of course
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>>844357
It has run on deep underfunding and unable to follow maintenance plans for half a century, it's a technical marvel it can be considered a reliable way of transportation at all.
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>>844385
How the fuck do you even see out of that thing?

I'm surprised cab-forward designs weren't more widespread in the era of giant steam.
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>>844385
>>844395

check out this vid if you haven't seen it already
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yp6OM_hrTUQ
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>>844395
I think, even if the machines were run with oil from the start, they wanted to retain provision to turn them to coal later, so the oven and everything apart from the oil burner was pretty conventional..
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>>836567
Sadly here sexy externals will not equate to a nice ride. The Class 800/801 has ended up just being the Javelins but in DEMU form, and so will suffer from the 'airplane windows' disease the Pendolinos, Voyagers, and Javelins are cursed with. Also Hitachi have never been able to resolve the hunting with the Javs nor the interior noise levels that no electric train should be exhibiting. Sure the journey time from StPancras to Ashford is a godsend, but I'm as glad to be out of the thing as I am a Pacer at the end. Which is just depressing.
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>>841994
Why the fuck do you fags still use link and pin?
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>>846485
The largest problem for me is the automatic doors. On a HST125 mk3 you still have the sense of freedom associated with being able to open the droplight and see outside, or to get some fresh air. Not possibly having that takes something away from rail travel.

The 800/801 will probably be terrible to actually use, bland, uninteresting, uncomfortable. If it is essentially a 395, longer journeys will not be pleasant, it's ok for a 40 min blast to St Pancras but it doesn't match up to intercity standard.
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>>846581
This. Europoors have no right to criticize American transportation practices and technology when they still use that inefficient coupling system.
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>>846661
Yeah on some 1920s looking tramway linking 2 ancient cars together.
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>>841983
So when the train has to go back do they turn the locomotive on a turntable or will the livery be all wrong and trigger everyone
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>>846748
Railjet end is a cab car, fixed consist so if they make it longer, they add a whole set comprising of another Taurus and its associated cars
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>>841994
In all fairness, trolley poles allow for simpler overhead wire design (since it can run straight and not in a zig-zag as is requiered by pantographs), so for streetcar use at least it compensates somewhat for the inconveniences. They do allow relatively high speeds though, the PE ran interurbans at 60-70mph regularily, and it is said to have run their cars up to 90mph (150km/h).

It wasn't just america, in Spain most first generation tram systems had trolleypoles until their closure in the 60's-70's. Alexandria in Egypt has trams running with trolleypoles, and I recall one or two cities in eastern Europe that do so. Also Hong Kong.

Fuck yeah Trolleypoles!
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Surprised this hasn't been posted yet.
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>>844073

Alcos are better )))))))))
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>>846787
That looks like it was designed by peasants and botched together in a shed.
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>>846748
There's a cab on the other side of the train as well. Only reason they'd take of the locomotive is that something broke or needs maintenance.
The train can run both ways as they are.
It's the most common way to do locomotive-powered passenger trains in europe, right after using multiple-units. These trains run all day (and sometimes also at night). There's no room in the timtable for reconfiguring the train.
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>>847333
Similar to the UK class 91. They form an 'Inter City 225', class 91 leading, with driving van trailer styled as a class 91 at opposite end. The 91 has 2 cabs, although mainly used in the forward position unless there is an issue.

Other cab end:
http://www.phantasrail.co.uk/July08%283%29/HH_w74.jpg

DVT used to drive from other end:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_FpU3lXIAAJKEt.jpg
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>>846830
It's built in Poland, so you pretty much summed it up.
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>>837721
>Great Western green/ivory
The green rectangles on the doors and the poorly designed 'GWR' logo aside, this livery looks fantastic. It's not over the top, or trying to seem modern. It is a nice colour and recognises the history GWR has.

It's nice on Mk3s where they can put the springs in a nice green making everything match, but on the 800s it won't work. The old fashioned British green style will clash with the shape of a new Japanese unit.
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>>847495
I don't care what it looks like on the outside, but refurbished 1st class is very nice.
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>>844395
Because they were dangerous as fuck, even minor collisions would be fatal. The crew sat in a crumple zone. Rear-cab trains actually give pretty good visibility in the area that's important, ie far enough ahead that you can actually stop.
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>>844385
Damn what a magnificent machine.
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>>848266
Nice, reminds me of smaller class 58 for some reason.
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Russia One tram
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>>848517
When it first came out it seemed so new and futuristic, now it looks generic to me.
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>>848517
Murder it.
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>>848607
>implying it won't murder you
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>>848517
Is this design commemorating Stalin's purges by sucking pedestrians under the wheels?
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>>848661
Beast
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>>848666
These GE boxcab electrics began operation in 1915 and some remained in service all the way through the end of electrification in 1974. Nearly 60 years of continuous mainline freight and passenger service. They could have kept going even beyond that if electrification wasn't prematurely abandoned.
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>>848517

hootini!
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>>836561 Are we doing land trains? It looks like OP is doing land-train.

DM62 locomotive engine set on top of ballistic rocket mobile wheeled base "Hurricane".
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>>848769
What's malawkey railroad?
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>>848769
Are you keeping a list?
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>>848734
>De-electrification
That's a big step backwards.

60 years is alright. Electric locos last longer than diesels with less moving parts, and traction motors may be easily replaced when required. Reminds me of the class 86 here in the UK, built in 1965 and still used.
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>>848769
>everyone who doesn't think like me is an autist
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>>848791
It pisses me off when people care for trains to be "new", instead of caring for them giving good service. If a 50 year old train runs well and doesn't give any more problem than a new one, there's absolutely no reason to stop using it.

Where I'm at they just retired some 32 year old EMUs, which ran perfectly and were air conditiones, because MUH PROGRESS.
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>>848819
Yeah I completely agree. But pax generally don't know much about railways. They don't know what they want. When they say 'new', they just mean reliable, clean, and comfortable. New trains aren't definitely going to provide that. A simple deep refurb with new seats and an internal repaint is essentially a new train. I hear people discussing how they think they're on a new train when on unrefurbished 15 year old units.
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>>848820
We've got these bad boys running regionals, entered service in 1974, rebuilt in 1993.

In recent times they haven't been too well taken care of, and break down occasionally. I experienced this myself one time, we were left stranded in some shitsville in the middle of fucking nowhere until two hours later they got another train to pick us up. Was kinda fun tho because I was carrying some weed so I just got blazed until the other train got there.
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>>848819
Tell that to JR East who does it just to flaunt its inhouse developed bleeding edge trains. Although more practically, it manages to be cheaper for them and more reliable in the long run

Also, E233 in general. Quite clean and unassuming outside. Although the inside is a storm of ads as always
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>>848830
Looks really sleek and futuristic.
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>>848832
>E233
It's alright if your country shits out brand new trains every year and is essentially the world leader. That still doesn't mean it was necessary to replace the previous units.
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>>848836
>>848830
It looks like the train version of a Gillig Phantom. Especially with the forward windows.
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>>848819

I'm curious as to where is this, retiring something that ran for 32 years might be necessary if they can't replace parts readily for whatever reason and wear + tear on the frame itself becomes too much

>Came from Hong Kong
>The MTR M-Train began service since the very beginning in 1979 and went through refurbishment in the end of the 1990s
>Apparently they will go through another round of upgrades in a few years

[lolnospoiler] And to think the first sets are actually older than me at this point [/lolnospoiler]
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>>849392
London Underground Bakerloo line has 1972 stock. Refurbed in 2000. Replacement scheduled for 2033.
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Snapped this photo at KC union station. Shit angle because I standing on the old rail bridge across the rail yard.
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>>836561
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>>849142
Made me think of the MAN Evolution
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>>848840

Well, some of the previous units will usually be shortened (ie. 4 to 6 car sets from the previous 10 car sets) and refurbished to replace the even older train sets from the 1960/70s.

/Random useless tidbits on the most number of passenger rail cars built in Japan

JNR 103 Series EMU: 3447
JNR 0 Series Shinkansen: 3216
JR East E233 Series EMU: 3192 (140 double decker Green Car trailers are slated to be added before 2020)
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The Scotrail 380 Desiros look fucking sexy and cool IMO.
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>>850817
They looked modern a few years ago, look pretty normal now.
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>>836561
67006 Royal Sovereign. Royal Claret livery. Folkestone West to London Victoria, Venice-Simplon Orient Express.

Not my cup of tea but it is still nice to see these sorts of trains.
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>>836561
Also the current Eurostar sets
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>>850817
jesus christ that thing on the front looks like a tumor
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>>851443

The coupling is pretty sweet m8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySZtLmS59YY
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>>851507
okay, that is pretty cool, still ugly though
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>>837809
with all these jap trains being posted, figured someone would have to post that video
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>>849403
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Rail_Class_483
First produced in the 30's and they have no plans to replace them
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>>852334
It is facing closure. It loses £4m a year, and as SWT are losing their franchise it looks like it will close.
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>>848017
>The crew sat in a crumple zone.
in front of a boiler at 300psi
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>>837782
The ICE 2 and 1 were more comfortable. The ICE 3 is for manlets
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>>848017
>>852374
Most modern stock places the driver in a crumple zone for any collision over 45mph with anything more than a tree branch or car.
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>>852441
ICE 1 and 2 locos are so boxy though
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>>852571
I really like the boxy look though.
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>>852571
>>852601
ICE 1 and 2 look like proper trains, ICE 3 is styled to look like a rat or mouse.
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Eurofucks post heir speedy dildos as "sexy"

Dont even know true beauty.

SPSF MOTHA FUCKAS
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>>848734
>>848661
>>842831
What is it with /N/ and Milwaukee road
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>>852737
Streamlined F and E units all the way.
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>>852739
Because the Milwaukee Road is the classic American underdog story, a railroad with limited resources surrounded by powerful competitors that nonetheless built a transcontinental line to the Pacific, electrified hundreds of miles of mountainous track, and made a successful go of it for over 50 years. The tragedy of the line was that it was ultimately done in by its own management, despite the best efforts and intentions of its employees on the ground. It's a railroad with an interesting and exciting history, with unique aspects as well as familiar ones.

It also had aesthetically pleasing locomotives, paint schemes, and trackside scenery. What's not to like?
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>>836561
London Underground Bombardier Movia sub-surface S-Stock
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>>852758
>What's not to like?
The same foilage-green orange combo all over and over again, trying to overwhelm and kill any topic. Rarely there are posts like yours that provide additional value with information or by showing unique pictures and aspects of the railroad.

>>852737
Why so mad? Of course we've had older units, that run on less important lines even now.

Pic. somewhat related, obsolete train running on recently de-electrified line. You can still see the poles from overhead lines.
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>>853804
those things are pretty comfy too.
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>>853823
Yeah, decent seats, aircon and nice lighting, not that fluorescent sickly light, but warm and calming lighting.
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Gotta love the Big Sky Blue.
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>>836561
Class 700 just arrived from Siemens Germany.
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>>856994
Love those. They fit the design of the system perfectly. Wish they went that route with the 7000 series.
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>>857100
oh man i'll never get over the 7000s, they're so bad
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>>856950

I can't wait to ride those babies, so stoked.

Also went up to Birmingham on the Pendolino this weekend, some great tilting going on, loved it.
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>>857805
Bad for passenger comfort, small windows, narrow passenger compartments, toilets emit sewage odour and worse.
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>>857889
All of this.

Pendos are some of the worst units I've ever ridden in. Even in 1st class it's a disgusting cramped dark ugly and uncomfortable ride.
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>>857899

The aircon was not working on the one I took from BHM this morning, also the toilet was niffy. I was on the 390026, still enjoyed the tilting, you go past a big house near rugby on a curve and looking out the window it goes all inception-y.
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>>857903
British Rail invented the tilting technology with this. Had to scrap the project though. Then it somehow got into Alstom and we see the Pendolino a few decades later. Shame they didn't iron out all the issues in that time.
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>>857906

Lovely train, I remember the Hornby set of this from when I was a kid.
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>>857906

I used to work on this, in Crewe.

Pitty the place is run by fools.
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>>857906
>active tilt

not even once
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>>858583
Why isn't it out running charters? There's been decades to get everything in order.
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>>858617
Money. It'll cost about £200,000 just to move it to a place that can actually accommodate it. Not to mention parts, mainline running compliances and red tape.

Basically, there's no plans to get it running and if it were done by the CHC, it'd be shitty job.

It's missing a full first class section, owing to a previous volunteer ripping the seats out and cutting the mountings off.

tl;dr - They can't be bothered and money is a thing. They also have bigger legal issues to worry about, right now.
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>>858629
I hope some 125s and 225 Electra sets make it into preservation.
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>>858636

If they don't; I'll be shocked.
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>>842893
The one thing I don't get about US traction is why the engines are so huge yet the carriages so small. Talgos and the TGV-A do this too; being a Brit I just don't quite get the designs. Why not have extra tall super-roomy amazeballs saloons?

>>848517
Whoa! The front of that looks like a freaking walker mech. Or a spaceship. I'd love to see this thing in motion.

>>848738
What :L

>>848791
Is the Serco livery green or blue, I can never decide.

>>850817
God no, give me a 170 any day over that monstrosity.

>>856950
That livery makes me sad inside. Don't know why, just looks a bit unfinished to me.

>>857899
/The/ worst train experience I've ever had. Uncomfortable and the tilting messed with my head so bad I wanted to hurl. That was with working aircon and no bad smells - although I didn't mind the dimness inside, I get migraines in bright light.
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>>858629
>owing to a previous volunteer ripping the seats out and cutting the mountings off.

Sounds like a bang up job. Did he go on to work on the Flying Scotsman restoration?

>>858636
There's already a 125 Preservation Group and I think they have a couple of full sets earmarked, but it'll be a while before any of them cascade out of service.

Also Project Miller has the prototype (41001) running again with a Paxman Valenta, and I think they're going to get mainline cert? The only problem is they don't have any stock to run it with; all the prototype MkIII's were either converted, cut up, or are currently part of the Royal Train.
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>>848830
We have those running as metropolitan commuters here in Sao paulo

>In recent times they haven't been too well taken care of, and break down occasionally. I experienced this myself one time, we were left stranded in some shitsville in the middle of fucking nowhere until two hours later they got another train to pick us up. Was kinda fun tho because I was carrying some weed so I just got blazed until the other train got there.

We can relate to this.
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>sexy trains
>no new AmRo shuttle
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>>860724
meh
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>for the lulz
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>>853804
One of the best Subway, that i rode.
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>>864236
It's a shame none of these sets were preserved.
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>>848517
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>>849403
They're horrible.
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>>853804
Downside to these is that when you see someone you know that you don't really want to spend a half hour long train ride talking to you can't just get in another carriage, it's just one long slug.

Pros outweigh the cons though.
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>>848738
Land trains are some awesome Mad Max shit, but it looks like OP's pic is just being transported.
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>>836800
>1960s technology
What do you mean? Were they built with parts from other sets?
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>>848517
I see the designers didn't get the memo about pedestrian safety.
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>>860724
What's that, Eurosprinter or Traxx? Also, who ripped off whose design for those locomotives?
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>>870071
I really dislike the longitudinal seating in these and 378s. I hate facing the other person when it's not a deep level tube line.
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This is pretty sexy tbh.
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>>872932
>pantograph overload
>not all in perfect order
Why
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>>872935
Why not? And that's obviously a yard shot I don't think they ran more than 2 EMUs together on each train.
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>>836561
woah why is it on wheels and not on a tracks or am i seeing things again haha the absolute madman
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>>836800
Fuck yeah, the Tangara in its original livery was fuckin' boss. A fine example of coked up 80s futurism. They don't have the same effect nowadays after being refurbished.
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train otaku are worst otaku https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lutNECOZFw
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Hankyu 1000. Last millennium styling with relatively recent technology. Kind of like a ThinkPad

>>870080
They used chopper propulsion while claiming to be the latest and greatest. At the time, VVVF was already becoming widespread (and indeed in the mid 1990s, a set was finally fitted with inverters and AC motors. That set also ended up killing 7 people when the driver died of a heart attack on the controls)

Although I guess you could argue they *did* have artificial intelligence, in the sense that sometimes the train would just have a mind of its own where the brakes wouldn't work
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>>874741
More Japanese trains should be painted maroon, they look good like that.
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>>853427
kek

BN wasn't a CSX predecessor though.
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>>836800
>>873274
Only Australian train I've ever been impressed by. Good job.
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>>849590
Nice, I'm guessing that's for special occasions or official trips?
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>>836561
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>>884282
The OP says "sexy trains."
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>>836654
fuck metro north fuck connecticut
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>>851198
Gonk Gonk
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>this scene will never be replicated

;_;
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>>887911

we can get halfway there
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>>852690
They aren't called "white sausage"(refers to bavarian white sausage) or "tunnel tampon" for nothing. The second series of ICE3 (class 407 or Siemens Velaro D) are far worse IMO.
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this baby

It can use both 1.5 kV DC and 25 kV AC and has diesel engines for unelectrified lines.
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>>842019
NACA ducts

Fuck yes.
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>>849748
No.
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>>860156
The locos are so big because they're built for American rolling stock and loading gauge. The carriages are ass-tiny because they were built in Spain or something. They're the only example of this though. It'd be the same if you coupled up an American locomotive to a rake of UK carriages, it would tower over them.
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>>849748
Best looking UK post privatisation loco.
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>>842893
God, this thread is for sexy trains, that is a fucking eyesore.
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>>853804
Very good to ride
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>>860156
>>889884
Talgos look tiny in front of every locomotive though.
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>>890714
>in front
Make that "behind" (though at least the Cascades are also being pushed).
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>>889884
>>890714
They're not really tiny, they just have a smaller undercarriage, since they don't use traditional bogies. Regular train cars sit on top of the bogies which sit on top of the wheels, Talgos "hang" from the wheels.

Pic kinda related, it shows a pendular Talgo, but pre-pendular talgos followed the same concept.
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I am literally in love with this dutch train
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>>889766
Looks like a mech.
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>>890728
that raised cab looks pretty badass tbqhwy fam
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>>890729
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>>890772

It will begin service on November 7th until sometime in Spring 2017, running 1 round trip between Hakata and Shin-Osaka (Kodama 730 from Hakata to Shin-Osaka and Kodama 741 for the return trip, which are all-stops aka fucking slow services). The link below have a good amount of interior shots of cars 1 and 2, which are converted to be EVA-themed

http://news.mynavi.jp/news/2015/10/19/668/
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>>856950
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Taiwan anyone?
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>>890974
goood shit post more
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>>893659
>shit post"
herewego
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>>894020

>reading comprehension
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Deltic is best 60s train
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>>853804
I hate those yellow ones senpai they're so ugly.
This is a tube.
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>>895640
I agree. I hate the subsurface stock, old and new. New (S-Stock/bombardier movia) is worse though due to obnoxious door bell, annoying loud announcements, putrid lighting, and transverse seating. They had it right in the 1960s, a calm comfortable passenger environment which you can relax in and enjoy your journey.
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>>874741
>tfw I've stood on that very platform and ridden that very train

Brings back memories
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>>849748
I saw one go through my station the other day and I had to double take because the only freight that comes through is 66 and 67s
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>>890736
it's that high up for a reason
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>>890728
have some more
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>>897736
At least it's made brand new in Europe not some shitty factory in the US which bolts together old power units from scrap locos. Ahem, class 67.
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>>843573
Kill yourself
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>>890974
Rode that this summer. Wasn't much one for speed but the price was like $8 for a trip halfway across Taiwan and the train was spotless and futuristic. 10/10 train
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>>898015
>Shit taste shit train
He's right
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>>898018
No, he really isn't.

Faggot.
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>>844357
the new station on fulton st and 34 st #7 is nice
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Hot
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Two-Ten-Zero. Mmmm.... Lets haul stuff. :)
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>>901218
>Chinese discount Shinkansens
Ewwww
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>>897741
They removed those installations. The food and drink cart was scrapped, and new developments made the possibility to move between two locomotives more and more obsolete, while the maintenance costs for those noses remained.
They nailed the noses shut on every locomotive and removed the installations.
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hi
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>>836638
>tfw 500 Series Shinkansens are already being removed from service
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>>872941
>>872935
they run up to three two-car sets mu’d during rush hours. "yard" picture is at IC Woodcrest, ILL shop.
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>>890714
dayum....how many "carriages" are on that fucker?
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>>901503
Normally the german Talgos ran with 24 carriages plus a couple of automobile transporters.
That photo however was a non-revenue transfer with 49 carriages, resulting in a train lenght of 660 meters.

video related: http://youtube.com/watch?v=xUSbm9OCLp0
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I get boners thinking about this beauty

Was able to split in the middle when going on a ferry.

Was a bitch to maintain and ride, only been on a memorialride though.
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>>902058
>2 cars
That's a pretty short ferry desu senpai.
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>>846748
>everyone's now triggered
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>>841983
>>902816
The Railjet is okey, i use him only to travel only one Station (Vienna-St.Pölten or Vienna- Neustadt) most of the time i didn't even sit in the chair i stand by the doors.

With the changing in 2 weeks public Transport become shittier. only more Trains for the longdistance traffic.
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>>901291

Well, the 500 Series is still being used, but all remaining sets (W2-W8) have been shortened from 16 cars to 8 cars and serve only for the Kodama services running between Shin-Osaka and Hakata

W1: Scrapped, Car 1 has been moved to the Kyoto Railway Museum (slated to open next April) while Car 16 is stashed in the Hakata General Stock Center
W2 > V2: Converted to Pla-Rail Car from Summer 2014 to Summer 2015, now converted to 500 Type EVA from now until Spring 2017
W3~W8 > V3~V8: Basically replaced any 0 and 100 Series West JR had for Kodama services

This is the launch ceremony in Shin-Osaka Station for the 500 Type EVA

http://news.mynavi.jp/news/2015/11/07/199/
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>>836561
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>>836997
Same problem that plagued the Talgos then I'm guessing.

I've always liked the TGV Duplexes and similar trains personally.
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BR Class 309 pendolino

>voyagerfags on suicide watch
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>>901218
It looks like a shoe with angry headlights slapped on the front
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>>839769
>>839770
>>839772
>>839773
>>839775
>>839778
fapfapfapfap
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>>904063
Nice, what country?
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>>837536
Vanilla ICE ICE baby
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROnMCNd-BRk
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>>898017
Now you know why they're this much close to become bankrupt
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>>890728
Meanwhile at JR west
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REAL locomotives have brass!
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2TE116y
3×2650kWt
Fapfapfap
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>>906246
Built in Sweden with American technology (EMD 16-567) used in Hungary. There are several of these, like the NSB Di3 (Norway), DSB My (Danmark).
SNCB 52 and CFL 1600 were built with the same licence but by AFB.
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>>908125
I live near a cement factory and once a month they use a TMX 1033 to move carts of cement. It makes my day every time i see it as it is my favorite train and has been since i was little.
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>>908040
heyyy i helped build that (not really)
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>>844380
Because it can get you from Grand Central on 42nd to 96th in 5 minutes or less
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>>836561
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrKlp1ApzEw
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Acela = best train
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>>909998
And its ugly cousin
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>>909999
Checked
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>>853427
Lol'd
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>>857899
>Even in 1st class it's a disgusting cramped dark ugly and uncomfortable ride.

Can confirm. The toilets stink just as much, too.

Also compared to First Great Western/GWR the service in 1st is fucking laughable on Virgin.

>>860156
>working aircon and no bad smells

On a Pendo? That's a fucking miracle.
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>>858629
Now that 41001 is running again I reckon someone will set their sights on an APT. Hell if projects like the Baby Deltic or Class 22 rebuilds can get money & people, an APT restoration can.
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>>860182
>The only problem is they don't have any stock to run it with; all the prototype MkIII's were either converted, cut up, or are currently part of the Royal Train.

Technically it doesn't really matter as the only major difference between the prototype & production Mk III's was the electrical and control systems, and 41001 has been rebuilt with systems to match the production coaches (I think) so it can run with a rack of standard Mk III's and you'd be none the wiser. It'll have to run with a production 125 or some other form of DVT at the other end anyway so full authenticity was never going to happen.
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>>836561
I was on one of these Siemens pieces of crap the other day London to Paris. Mediocre with very bright lighting inside. 3/10 would not ride again
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>>910197
Massive downgrade to the luxury of a class 373
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>>910030
>oderlandbahn
Mein Neger
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>>910284
I always found the interiors of the 373's to be dark and dingy. Way too much beige velour.
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>>910794
I agree pre refurb, but after the first refurb they were perfect.
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>>837127
This a Dalek?? The horn goes "EXTERMINATE" ?
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>>837536
ICE in the HVAC => Passengers overheat...
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>>913124
Europe cannot into aircon.
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>>913125
DB AG loooooves money, so buys crap and pays crap and kills passengers. whats a little inconvenience if bosses want more moneys? owned by federal state yet run like a corrupted capitalist pigsty
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Gob the US high speed rail when? :(
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The F40PH in a CSX livery looks much better to me than an Amtrak livery, but sexy all the same.
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>>913476
Nice, are those actually used in freight service or just for corporate excursions?
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>>913478
Mostly corporate excursions, yes. However, they are also sometimes used in yard service, and (very rarely) supplementary freight power.
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>>913483
Now they just need a steam program...
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The 82 class reminds me of the Arzens nose.
Sexy corners.
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>>913409
>Gob
What?

I love the almost jet fighter like canopy but that dildo front end has got to go
>>913483
Sweet! I thought those were all fallen to the cutting torch by now.
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>>913409
a train dildo
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>>836561
Op is a faggot

>Euroshit
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>>842831
Love the joe, why does /N/ orgy over the ORGY That is the milwuakee road
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>>843293
ALL HAIL TO THE CHEIF
SHE's THE CHEIF AND SHE NEEDS HAILINg
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>>844073
LONG LIVE THE WARBONNETS
ATSF MASTER RAIL
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>>846789
You stupid nigger
Santa fe used ALCO's
Also the 244 sucked big PENIS
(251F bretty goud)
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>>890728
Must be gay love
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>>913666
Devil trips confirm you held down the shift key instead of using the Billy Mayes key
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>>836654
Kawasaki M8 sexy? No way, the BL20GH's on the Danbury route are a lot sexier and that isn't saying much.
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>>842893
Always liked this coloration and model better.
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>>913695
NH yes
The only good thing to come out of that era was that awesome livery.
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#300 post!
Isnt she a (failed) beauty?
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>>913940
No

UP Gas turbines

Now those were failed beauties
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>>913992
Those didn't fail though. They were merely replaced by something more efficient.
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>>914001

That's a fail m8
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>>914010
Do you consider every steam locomotive ever built being failures then?
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>>914012
Sure, why not?
It just depends on what metrics you're using.
If something comes along and performs superior to the previous item in question then yes, it now fails.
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>>846664
That's Alber coupler.

I guess most modern systems use variants of scharfenberg if they do multiple unit operation.
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>>914012
Not the ones that were commercially viable throughout their planned lifespan.
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The F7 with a B unit. Dem sleek lines, doe.
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>>913483
>>913476
Here's one in a different CSX Livery. (the engineer doesn't look very happy, though)
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>>913488
Arzens nose is where it's at m8
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>>914431
can't get enough
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>>914361
that's the conductor side of the cab....
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>>914440
Maybe the engineer went to that side because he heard orgasmic screams of jubilation from the foamer taking that picture.
I'd link the video but fuck that.
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>>914431
holy fucking shit look at those overheads
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I quite like the class 22000, shame the rail network it runs on is fucking shite.
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