Introducing Blade Runner

MasonJar

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Is the rear truck powered? Steerable? It looks at least as if it pivots - are they aiming for tight radius trolley line use?

Interesting looking vehicle. I wonder if rules of the road allow for passengers in trailers? I thought that was against the law at least in North America?

Andrew
 

TinGoat

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Hi Andrew,

Is the rear truck powered? Steerable? It looks at least as if it pivots - are they aiming for tight radius trolley line use?
As far as I can tell: No, yes, yes and yes. sign1

Interesting looking vehicle. I wonder if rules of the road allow for passengers in trailers? I thought that was against the law at least in North America?
It's a hibred. Railroads allow passengers in trailers. It's really an interesting design. The cab comes up and locks onto the trailer and the power unit bogie pivots underneath.

I suppose that way, if the trailer goes over, the driver goes with it. :cry:

The design is totally modular and can be used with either passengers or freight.

Yes, Mountian Man, Impact Lab has a lot of interesting and quirky stuff.