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In your judgement, which is the most autistic mode of transportation? I vote for the gyrocopter.
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>>1119746
Trains aren't autistic. I love trains.
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>>1119851
Maybe you're autistic . . .
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>>1119670

What is this
an autugiro for ANTS
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>>1119858
Fuck off. Trains are sick.

Lets post them all , rvs , vans , boats, blimps, whatever ya got.
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>>1119162
you cant live in a blimp or a train or a blimptrain
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#comfy
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>>1119454
jesus thats a big boat
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>>1119162

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If you live within 6 miles of where you commute to and from then you have no excuse to not commute by bike unless you have a physical disability
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t. doesn't have -28 degree weather with 30kph winds with ice, snow and darkness 18 hours of the day.
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>>1119925

Not OP, but I'm up in Alaska and my commute is about 6miles. Stop being weak.
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>>1119925
This is an excuse that might work, but this is why you cycle in when it's not -28 outside. Even when it is you can still dress for it, and get the right bike, and you will be just fine. All the winter gear you need for a bike is less than one season of petrol+car maintenance
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if you live,

you have no reason to commute.

Stop being a little sheep.

Let money work for you.

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Hello again /n/

Up for a third thread?

However I think the whole "unique locomotives" well is running dry by now.

Anyway, here is Aerolite of the North Eastern Railway which is based at the National Railway Museum in York. (As far as I know of that is.)
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>>1119094
EST, Alsace Lorraine I see?
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What I believe were the Pennsy's Class Q-1 4-6-4-4, #6130.

Unfortunately the idea of having the rear cylinders facing in the opposite direction led to them picking up a ton of dirt, dust, and ashes from the firebox which were well to small, similar to the issues experienced on an earlier variant constructed by the B&O, 4-4-4-4 #5600.
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>>1119151
It almost reminds of the New York Central Hudson when I see this 4-6-4-4's boiler.
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A GWR Kruger to bump the thread.
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>>1119122
Yes. The fuel tanks in the locomotive and in the auxiliary fuel tender had heaters that brought the fuel up to 200 Fahrenheit. What killed the Gas Turbines was that the petroleum industry found ways new ways to crack Bunker C into lighter fuels and the plastics industry found uses for it as well. So what had been considered a waste product that could be had for a fraction of the cost of Diesel became prohibitively expensive to keep the turbines running.

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ITT: Best Locomotive/Rolling Stock paint schemes
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>>1115290
No. Some private operators just painted their Nohabs to look like an F.
>>1117285
This is originally a Danish loco, later became German. Now it's 459 021 in Hungary.
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>>1105357

>Rather than a tried, tested and proven single company system like that in Japan.

And yet said system was losing money and had to be broken up and privatized 30 years ago
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I rather like the crosscountry livery
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>>1117930
I think he meant into single companies for each region, covering passenger service and infrastructure, while maintaining a high degree of integration between companies, government, and network as a whole

Discussion thread for /n/ related anime. Currently airing on Mondays - Yowamushi Pedal S3
Last thread >>1049912
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>>1118178
A boy falls in love with a girl.
Unable to confess, he is gifted with by a deus ex machina with the train the girl take to and from school. Never minding the strange train number, he immediately talks to her on the train, and is overjoyed to find out that she has a crush on him as well.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous days confessions to the girl, she only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the girl he met on the train is not the same girl he fell in love with. In fact, she doesnt exist in this universe at all. She is the girls alternate universe counterpart, who has fallen in love with the MCs own AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of her crush.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of LOVE.
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>>1118298
Genius! I'll take 4 seasons
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>>1118298
Never thought it would find a way on /n/
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In spite of it featuring a motorrad in place of a bicycle, I've been enjoying the new "Kino No Tabi" series.
https://youtu.be/FQRL0WOFEKg
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>>1119953
Watch the old one. It is highly superior.

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https://youtu.be/FByA2WCKVTo

>better climbing
>smaller turning radius
>less noise

Why aren't more companies making maglev trains for metro/subway use?
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>>1119877
I don't wanna live innawoods but fuck me Asia is addicted to construction and it just makes everything ugly as shit.
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>>1119933
Go back to your horse drawn buggy grandpa. We get that you can't handle the speed.
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>>1119941
Ah, you can't form a rational counterargument and resorted to an ad hom attack. Looks like I win
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>>1119943
>I win because my bait comment sourced from my anus failed to get a serious response

Sounds like you lost, troll.
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>>1119944
Not him but you sound like you're new here.

Perhaps /b/ is where you belong?

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Was the pilot right here?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKfo1We2YHE
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>>1119510
>good altitude
nigger what? he was at like 150 feet max
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>>1119518
wingspan of A330 is 180 feet. just for reference mr. brainlet

now compare it to this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26H-WzIe858
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>>1119418
ATC approved it, passengers were told about it. Who gives a fuck what the company thinks since they aren't flying anymore
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>>1119562
This
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>>1119418
Yep. He didn't crash.

>>1119424
topkek

I've decided to go ahead and buy a Ranger 37 (pic related) for $2,000 (seems like an amazing deal) or less (still, I might as well haggle) in cash. I cut my teeth crewing on my family's Ranger 26 growing up, so I feel like the same boat plus eleven feet ought to feel just right to live aboard and go full cruising lifestyle. I haven't been sailing in ages, however; what should I know/do/think? Also: sailing general (with particular focus on cruising aboard sailboats).
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>>1118445
East to West hes going to the caribbean to spend the Winter there. I know theres Kind of a Season there where Alot of People Are making That Kind of Trip but still... And then just yesterday i read about this Freak Hurricane That Went all the Way to britain
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>>1110660
Looks like a nice boat OP.
I think the important thing about having a yacht is actually using it and not leaving it tied up at a marina.
If you plan on doing any long distance sailing, setting up a wind vane could prove invaluable. Other than that, make sure the electronics are good and you have and wind gen or solar. A fuck up in electronics can be detrimental unless you know local waters really well.
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>>1116882
>Connecticut
,costhow?,,looks like a WWWET zone,, lots of river., is it not free?
,,does look, Pirate., allthose mu+nys.
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>>1118368

Actually size doesn't really make it safer. A modicum of skill & a seaworthy boat is the main thing. Large ships are lost all the time including sailboats twice the size as your friends. If wx condx get bad one can always hove to by deploying a parachute anchor or drogue and basically ride out the storm & get some rest. Smaller boats are limited in range by the provisions & fuel they can carry.

FYI on some 8m boats I recall off thevtop of my head: An American couple, Dave & Jaja Martin (with 2 kids) did a RTW in a Cal24 back in 1995.

Robert Lee Graham started an RTW trip in a 24' sloop called 'Dove' as a teenager in 1965.

Lots of people have done the Atlantic route in similar sizes for decades when boats that size were the norm.

Then there's this guy. He's an anomaly. A Latvian reject named Rimas Meleshyus somehow cheats death floating around in the Pacific in an unmaintained boat. He's wrecked 3x . He started in a San Juan 24. There's a long thread about him on sailinganarchy. It's hard to believe it's real. He just popped back up after disappearing 4 months ago in the s.pac when everyone figured he was dead.
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>>1110660
Oh, and Op, I like the lines of that boat. The cabin looks a bit low but she looks like a fast cruiser. She'd look sweet with a dark blue hull.

guys what shoe and shorts do you wear when you ride your bikes?
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>>1119770
Shorts: Castelli one with the kiss something technology. That shit is amazing. You can ride more than 100km and you will still be perfectly comfortable. I was impressed by how much difference good shorts can do.

Shoes: I use old-school leather cycling shoes with straps. I am not hardcore. I like to stop when I see a nice shop or café and I don't want to be bothered by clips. Also, saw on the GCN channel that there is no difference in wattage transfer from foot retention.
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>>1119805
>>1119932
I live in a city where bikes get stolen a lot and bikelanes are shit, riding a decent roadbike here results in flats, pain and loss of said roadbike.
Therefore I ride a cheap hybrid as a commuter
Also the front suspension and suspended seatpost, gel-saddle, 2,5" tires and upright position are C O M F Y.
But that is a thing most of /n/ doesn´t get...

Also the granny ring comes in handy when hauling stuff that weights more than I do in the hills...
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>>1119938
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>>1119939
>inb4 shitbike
>inb4 clean up
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>>1119942
That is not a hybrid.
Also clean your drivetrain

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Old thread 404'd

Post all model train related stuff here. All scales (O, N, HO, etc.) welcome.
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>>1118161
https://youtu.be/A7sqLsAVSus
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>>1118214
I started with G Scale back in 2003 when I was little.

My first set was a starter set with a Stainz locomotive.
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>>1111343
I Used 2 inch pink foam insulation sheet from Home Depot

it was a 5x8 sheet. cut it up, stacked it and used Elmers Glue All to hold it together

used chisels to carve it, and spackling to shape it the way I wanted. Painted it with brown paint and turf/trees/whatever else
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>>1117669
For a round the tree setup, I'd probably go for a Lionel O gauge at minimum unless it's up on a table or something. If it's off the floor, a small tree with an HO or even N scale set would be nice. If it's going to be on the floor under a full size tree, go O gauge or G gauge. Hunt on line at Trainworld or Trainz or other websites for specials or sales. For example, Lionel has has been making Polar Express and Hogwarts Express sets for ten years now and last years set can usually be had for right at $200 on clearance to make room for next years model. Traditional three rail O gauge isn't scale accurate, but it looks great circling the Christmas tree.
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...so apparently this shit exists.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gn15
http://www.smallbrookstudio.co.uk/products/4569521210/Gn15-Emett

Thread for narrow gauge railways which closed and are totally lost or abandoned.

Such as the Rye And Camber Tramway which ran from 1895 to 1939.

Before anyone says "Anon you dumbfuck tramways and railways are two different things!"

It was still considered a railway regardless.
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>>1107456
I'm not the only one who rides down cycle paths that have been built on top of old railway routes and imagines what the old line used to look like and that I'm a train travelling along it, am I?
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>>1119737
At first to unify gauge on the island then to unify the gauge with Russian mainland.
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>>1107276
>>1107308

Trains running along Cambelltown High Street.

I wish this was restored. :'(
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>>1119753
So it's 1524mm huh?
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>>1119000

>Technically narrow gauge (by one half inch).

Does having a loud engine automatically make you an overcompensating manchild?

>VRRRRRMMMMMMMMMMMM LISTEN TO MY SIK CAR BRA I HAVE A TINY DICK SO I HAVE TO OVERCOMPENSATE BY DRIVING AN UNNECESSARILY LOUD VEHICLE
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>>1119762
an earthy bass heavy grumbly engine is good and doesnt make you less of a man to enjoy

people who take the mufflers off their cars, install fart cans, or simply fail to install a performance muffler after turning up a car are cancer, though. nothing is worse than some faggot on a 45HP "harley" tearing down the street at 4am doing all of 12 mph but his shit-ass bike is loud enough to rattle my damn windows because he thought it was a good idea to replace the stock muffler with a tin can
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>>1119762
does being too poor to enjoy nice things give you a big dick?
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>>1119762
Yes, it's the same for freds with loud freewheels.
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>>1119852
>nice things
>loud cars

13 year old detected
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>>1119762
My motorcycle has a loud engine, but that is due to the fact that it is a 70s 2-stroke with only a rudimentary dampener.
At least I managed to fix the exaust leak on the header wich made it even louder.

I want a cheap ass e-bike. $700 tops. I live in NYC and they're technically illegal here because they don't give a fuck about hr 727 stating that federal law on this shit supersedes them, so it needs to look like a normal bike. if it folds that's a big bonus. I'm a poor ass grad student who is sick and tired of the shitty subway.

I've been eyeing these https://www.amazon.com/Ancheer-Folding-Electric-Removable-Lithium-Ion/dp/B074SXKHL1/ref=pd_sbs_468_7?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=J8FYCNPATDMMQ3J10G83

ridegenesis.com/collections/electric-bicycles/products/commuter-electric-bicycle-white?gclid=CjwKCAjwgvfOBRB7EiwAeP7ehqEskh_Z6g0kOKN-mncUnjxuvipBBoIbZUCeD5z_QuLb3a86z0bwNhoCKtAQAvD_BwE


Any suggestions?
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>>1117537
You must be new here.
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>>1117376
Yes.
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This is me but in LA. The traffic fucking sucks.
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>>1117299
>https://www.amazon.com/Ancheer-Folding-Electric-Removable-Lithium-Ion/dp/B074SXKHL1/ref=pd_sbs_468_7?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=J8FYCNPATDMMQ3J10G83

Ok I'm an idiot... Why does that bike have both rimbrakes and a disc brake on the front?
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As a fellow New Yorker who's kind of considered the same thing, my main reason for not buying one of these is that it does seem a smidge limited, and also that I'd feel like a huge twat riding around on something that's called a "swagbike" and also looks like it's for twats.

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>>1117225
It's actually becoming more and more common with the advent of 1000, 1200+ ships. Any loss of cargo due to having two separate super structures, is more than offset by the ability to stack boxes aft of the wheelhouse to max height. In order to maintain visibility, you can only stack the boxes so high forward of the wheelhouse, and then taper them down as you go forward. Pic related
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>>1117671

I wonder if series hybrid setups might eventually push things such that you have a accommodations/wheelhouse/powerplant in a single module that fits in a cargo row up front? If going slow with big props i pushed any farther, draft limitation will push toward multiple props like a pair or three azipods...
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>>1101562
This really galvanized my metals
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>>1103038
>a steaming pile of shit
thats all tug boats, anon, some are just better than others
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>>1104025
don't ever talk to me or my son again



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