/gag/ - ( General ) aviation general

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Birds don't crash Edition

Welcome to the /gag/~

/gag/ is dedicated to all the pilots and pilot applicants out there, and although the name suggests otherwise, airline, military, and charter discussion is welcome. Keep it on topic, keep the shit throwing to a minimum.

Previous thread is slowly sinking here: >>1256986
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Why so many people think suburbs are a human right?

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old PYBT >>1272055

26er/boomer edition
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Heritage Unit Thread

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>Because we currently don't have enough foamer autism on this board.

I'll start with Metra's "new" F59PHI's that were painted as heritage units recently.
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Ok so lets get this out of the way: I know Im retarded.
Is it possible to cheaply and without huge effort to turn a 90s MTB into a fattish tire electric bike for drving on the beach?
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tfw all the bike threads here are borderline /sp/ garbo about KOMs, top speeds, race bikes and other lance armstrong-tier gibberish.


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For some autistic reason I decided to re-design Denver RTD's bus System. Here it is so far (pic related). I'm not done yet, though I would still like some input. I figured this would be an okay place.

For feedback, don't hold back. If you want more images I'll share, just won't share the original drive file because I made it with my personal email.
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Thoughts on BART?
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Recumbent cyclist vs car

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Steam Railroad Rankings

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I made a thing. This list includes all of the currently known steam train operations 15-inch/381-mm gauge or larger in the Anglosphere (US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand) and grades them to see which are the best. It has 420 lines and 851 locomotives.

How it works:
Each railroad is graded on bell curves for the age of its right-of-way (older = better), the main line's length (longer = better), the track gauge (wider = better), how many working steam locomotives it has (more = better), and the age of its oldest steam locomotive (older = better). Lines with higher scores have a large scope from a technical and operations standpoint, and they tend to fully immerse you in another time and place better than those with lower scores. That doesn't necessarily means that those with lower scores are bad railroads; they're just small potatoes.

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