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Corps Of Canadian Railway Troops – Europe 1918
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The curved ends were used on many 2' gauge military cars to help them negotiate really sharp curves.
They are similar to the curved ends on many trolleys and there may be "radial couplers" installed also.
In fact, the Uintah Railway had metal curved "buffers" on their cars which served the same purpose.
I'm sure there were others also.

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