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French 2ft gauge railcar - it's older brother(AT1) has been preserved, but sadly not this one.








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Dinky !







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and today we go to Japan






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For half a second I thought the tile roof was on it.

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Another Japanese one 




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I think that a proper tiled roof on top of a railbus makes perfect sense ...  L:





... But that brick arch on top of the boxcar, is just WRONG mmaann !!  :P



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tebee wrote:

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What is that hammock doing in front of it? It is to high for a chicken-catcher and it doesn't look strong enough for a cow-catcher. Maybe for goats? ???



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It is a pedestrian-catcher. A person hit by it will fall into the net and remain as little harmed as possible ( at least that was the idea behind it )

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And from El Salvador







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Thanks Helmut. I was just wondering...


The one from El Salvador above has somehow a bit an angry look. Maybe cause of the round shape, the dark radiator, the "big" headlight or the cow-cather? Maybe a combination of all.

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