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N-Trizzy2609

The R-214Ps

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How about this?

R-214PCover.jpg

 

This is the R-214 which is a fictional train that I have created. I enjoy creating new thing. Hope you like.

 

Specs:

Name: R-214P

Builder: Chicago Belt (Stock Yard, IL) and General Motors (Pontiac, MI)

Car Body: Stainless Steel, Fiberglass, and Chrome

Unit Numbers: 3200A-3298E

Fleet Size: 150 Cars with options to order up to 460 cars.

Dimensions: Length: 60 Feet

Width: 10 Feet

Hight: 12 Feet

Car Weight: 89,300 lb

Gauge: Standard

Propulsion: Alstom ONIX

Seating: (A-Car): 50 (B-Car): 58

Cost: $2.1 Million

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Great pic but if your train is an NTT then why does it have rollsigns?

 

And does this car have railfan windows?

 

Btw that would be cool if GM was building rail cars....

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nice idea there! but since when did GM start building subway cars ?

Well GM has a division for trains (EMD) and I thought It'd be cool it they use Pontiac's GM plant (Same plant who made the F40PH).

Great pic but if your train is an NTT then why does it have rollsigns?

 

And does this car have railfan windows?

 

Btw that would be cool if GM was building rail cars....

Those are Color-matched LED Signs (not Rollsigns) and yes it does have RFW just think if a R-38, R-160A and a Chicago 2600 had a baby. It be this.

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Well GM has a division for trains (EMD) and I thought It'd be cool it they use Pontiac's GM plant (Same plant who made the F40PH).

 

Those are Color-matched LED Signs (not Rollsigns) and yes it does have RFW just think if a R-38, R-160A and a Chicago 2600 had a baby. It be this.

I never knew trains can reproduce. You learn something new everyday.

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EMD made the most recognizable locomotives in the world. I've always been a huge fan of EMD equipment.

 

You have a very interesting imagination when it comes to subway cars. Very cool drawing Nick.

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