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Welcome ANA's New A380!
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Airbus vs. Boeing

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Just wanna read some thoughts about Airbus vs. Boeing aka Airplane war...
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No.1334753 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>beats you up Mt. Baldy
>still buys you Halo-Halo

We all know about the QT low country WWT honeys but the USA has the hottest spinner.
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Wrightbus

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What went wrong?

No.1325665 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Public transit has it's place in the world: It raises the quality-of-life for the working poor, who otherwise would be severely limited by a lack of transportation, and, admittedly, in densely-populated urban centers, where owning a car can be a serious financial liability.
But let's face it Anons: Pic related is the absolute truth, and no one can logically, rationally refute it.
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CHICAGO CTA

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I use to tease about the Library stop because of its excessively long name but I guess I wasn't the only one
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No.1330349 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
For me it's the Par-clo interchange.
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No.1315052 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Any of you ever make fictional transit maps? I'm currently working on a map of the Northeast US in an alternate reality where passenger rail was supported in the same way it was in the UK in our timeline, with most of the lines traced over current and former rights of way. Clearly (since there are orphaned stations all over the Virginias, and a multitude of missing stations in New York and Pennsylvania) it's a long way from being done.
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HMS Terror Steam Engine

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Since the HMS Terror has been found have any video or photos of the old London and Greenwich Railway steam locomotive been release?
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Are there any known late 19th-early/mid 20th Century intact examples of tramp steamers left in existence (not counting shipwrecks/abandoned ones)? Any still in revenue service? I imagine some obscure freighter line in a Third World shithole might still have one or two up and running on duct tape.
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