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Public transport and infrastructure in Ukraine

No.1575868 ViewReplyOriginalReport
It is my first time posting on this board, as I come to you for interesting and productive discussions.

Are there any Ukrainian anons on this board? What do you think about the current situation with transport and infrastructure? What do you wish was to be implemented / removed, that already exists in West or East? What do you think of Pic related?


Post your favorite train pics

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I love this kind of style:
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No.1575279 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What's the deal with these ro-ro car transport ships? Does one guy drive all the cars or do they have a whole bunch of people.
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No.1576035 ViewReplyOriginalReport
what form of transportation is this
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RV's and motorhomes

No.1576044 ViewReplyOriginalReport
i'm looking to buy an RV or motorhome to travel the country in, and i see a lot of RV's on craigslist for suspiciously reasonable prices. 7000 to 11,000 dollars. i'm looking for someone who knows a few things about motor homes.

is it safe to travel thousands of miles in an RV that cost 7,000 dollars? or should i be expecting to break down a few times? what's a reasonable price i can get an RV to travel the country in? also i live in the united states.

No.1575381 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Did you know that the original Model T ran on ethanol?

Then when the 18th Amendment passed, they couldn’t make alcohol-based fuels anymore. It was like a deus ex machina for the petroleum industry.

> In 1925, Henry Ford tells The New York Times that ethyl alcohol is "the fuel of the future" which "is going to come from fruit like that sumach out by the road, or from apples, weeds, sawdust -- almost anything. There is fuel in every bit of vegetable matter that can be fermented. There's enough alcohol in one year's yield of an acre of potatoes to drive the machinery necessary to cultivate the fields for a hundred years."
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No.1575720 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Daily reminder that Chuck "Based" Yeager is still alive and well
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Helium inside sealed frame

No.1574851 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why not inject helium into a totally uptight frame? You're guaranteed to travel faster.
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IETs don't like collisions lower than 22.5 MPH

No.1575354 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>Rear ends a HST doing 5 MPH at 15 MPH because the driver is being distracted by the ass TMS
>Crash structures only designed for collisions above 22.5 MPH
>Still out of service a year later
>Good job hitachi, nice "shinkansen technology" train you have there
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