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 Posted: Fri Jan 31st, 2014 05:53 am
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Will post what I have for everybody’s (AHEM) enjoyment. Will take a few days...

Two ATSF trailers:
 

Flyvver Murphy (???):





1887 Daimler motor-Draisine:


As usual, additional info welcome. Jose.



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 Posted: Fri Jan 31st, 2014 06:50 am
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They like US cars in Eastern Europe

This video may be interesting also.

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 Posted: Fri Jan 31st, 2014 11:48 pm
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Some more:
1891 Daimler Motor Waggonet


1905 Sierra RR railcar:


1906 FM section car:


1906 french militay rail car. Note the flimsy front wheels, straight from a bicycle:



1907 argentine steam railcar:



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Helmut wrote: They like US cars in Eastern Europe

This video may be interesting also.
Nice!. Jose.



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In the second photo, is that a Heisler chassis under that truck cab?

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Ray Dunakin wrote: In the second photo, is that a Heisler chassis under that truck cab?I think so. Jose.



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Just stole this link from the "it's not always rust" thread:
http://www.editionsatlas.fr/collection/minisite/michelines-et-autorails/autorail-du-mois.html
Several VERY interesting French railcars with many prototype pics, diagrams, etc. Text is in French, but the pics are not.... Jose.



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