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 Posted: Sat Jun 14th, 2014 06:41 am
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Thanks for the info. Jose.



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 Posted: Tue Jun 17th, 2014 01:39 pm
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Some more:


CGW #M219:


A Chemins De Fer de Blaise


then turned into "art":


Chitina Auto Railer:


CPH #6:


Motorman's seat non-OSHA compliant:




South Shore MOW:


From Cuba with rust....


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 Posted: Tue Jun 17th, 2014 02:51 pm
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Great finds José !!



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Looks like someone has done a good restoration job on that "Railmotor No 6".
Somewhere in the US judging by the cowcatcher/pilot.

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 Posted: Wed Jun 18th, 2014 07:56 pm
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Michael,the CPH rail motors were introduced into the New South Wales Railways (Australia)in 1923.They are 42 feet long and were used on light traffic lines in the country areas.There is still some operating that have been restored and a number of them stored and in the process of being restored.Peter:thumb::thumb:



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 Posted: Thu Jun 19th, 2014 07:28 am
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I've got a couple to add.

The Long Island RR used these for track inspection.



This one is in Europe somewhere.




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The DB (Deutsche Bundesbahn) originally commissioned 50 VWs for itself, probably all the others we find in the net are either the same ones or spinoffs. Jose.



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Kept diggin':


Cowichan Valley #27:


California Western #M80:


M100:


M200:


M300:


M300 again, different colour scheme:




from Austraila IIRC:


D&H 3 pics:






Danville & Mount Morris #300:


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That Dansville & Mt. Morris railbus is a classy rig, too bad the image quality is so poor.



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Great driver's seat on #27 !

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