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Unusual Load on This Train

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Lars sent in this photon he snapped at the Essex Model Train and Toy Show of a train transporting wind turbine blades. Not a sight you see everyday.

2 Responses to Unusual Load on This Train

  • Stevesays:

    I saw these on a train passing through Denver Colorado last year , given what it takes to move these a long distance across the country . makes scense to transport by rain to get it closer to it’s final destination , we see these on the Interstate being transported by truck all the time but not very often by rail

  • Andrew Kentonsays:

    Actually, living in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA…it is a normal site, that and wood.

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