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Mars 9 rover by Igor Sobolevsky

Mars 9 rover by Igor Sobolevsky [£]: Seee, if comercial cars looked a bit more like this, they'd function soo much better and wouldn't need to be replaced all the time.

Turtle personel carrier. by NovA29R on deviantART

Modifide transport (Original info: UAC "Meganeura" Heavy Transport designed to get combat vehicles into the fight quickly. Used by the Eastern Republic.

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V&T Survivor: McKeen Motor Car #22. In an effort to cut costs and reduce the need for steam-powered passenger trains, the Virginia & Truckee purchased a 70 foot long McKeen Motor Car in 1910. Looking more like an antique boat than a railcar, and powered by a 200 hp gasoline-burning engine, this machine could carry 54 passengers as well as some baggage. Although it was originally envisioned for use on the Virginia City line, one trip up the hill proved that she was unsuitable for the tight...

Virginia & Truckee McKeen Motor Car 70 foot long and powered by a 200 hp gasoline-burning engine, this machine could carry 54 passengers as well as some baggage. Purchased in

An option from Narita airport is the Narita Express. It is fast (but not the fastest).

The series is a DC electric multiple unit (EMU) train type operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) in Japan since October 2009 on Narita Express limited express services to and from Narita International Airport.

1934 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago: the Union Pacific Railroad displayed its lightweight, streamlined train delivered that year by Pullman-Standard, the M-10000.

1934 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago: the Union Pacific Railroad displayed its lightweight, streamlined train delivered that year by Pullman-Standard, the

Two new maglev speed records set in a single week in Japan By Eric Mack 4/21/15 A maglev train broke the 600 km/h speed barrier

The experimental Shinkansen maglev train topped 500 km/h mph) with passengers onboard.