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- RAILBUSES ! - I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII -
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 Posted: Tue Jun 24th, 2014 05:57 pm
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Good stuff Jose, thanks.

I looked up that California Western Railroad as I had never heard of it. They had, or still have ?, a 2-6-6-2 that looks rather like the Bachmann On30 one. Also a strange looking 2-4-2.

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More:
Donegal County. Nice mixed train:





Don River Line:


Downpatrick and County Down:






Emu Bay #4:




Evans Auto-Railer:




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I have a model of the #14 in your first picture. It is the #12 here but they were both the same. I have another one to build and it will be the #14.

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Hi Bill:
is #12 articulated or just two separate sections?. Jose.



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It is articulated at the front truck. I guess that is how to say it.

I thought I had a picture of the bottom but guess I didn't take any from that view.

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Found some more deeper in the HD:
Evans railbus see-thru:


From Finland:




WP&Y Ford. Craziest thing I ever saw:


Ford AA:


Ford T with unusual "rail pickups":




White bus used at Guantanamo:


For the narrow-minded:

IBT #8:


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You saved the best for last. Keep on digging.

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Railbuses are like beaches. So many to choose from, but so little time ;)



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And..... by popular demand (all two of you faithful followers)...... Another    dose    of    rust!!!.


Not a whole lot left...


Sligo, Leitrim & Northern Counties Railway, unit no 2a





Hokkaido Line. Looks quite cartoonish:


Look ma!. A skoolie!. Marienville PA:




and a Leyland:


Look at those extra radiators:




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The WP&Y looks like it's made from two separate vehicles. Perhaps a car for the power unit and a bus chassis for the passenger compartment.

The little red "T" with the track picks ups. They are actually track cleaners so you get better contact from a clean rail. :clown::P

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