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Old Aug 28, 2007, 10:21 AM   #1
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Roger, nice shots of some veryfacinating subjects. I am assuming they are electric powered? How far do they go and whats the cost? I can't imagine a more interesting way to see some of God's good earth!

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Roger, nice shots of some veryfacinating subjects. I am assuming they are electric powered? How far do they go and whats the cost? I can't imagine a more interesting way to see some of God's good earth!

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Hi Glen, all of the speeders I have seen are gas or deisel operated.

Railroad motorcars or speeders were used by Railroad companies to transport personnel and equipment for track inspections and maintenance of way purposes.
Here is a web site for additional information

http://www.railserve.com/Motorcars/


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