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I think it's actually Z gauge if I recall correctly, they have some quite wide curves so could potentially cope with it.

The propellor definitely is at the back, meant to push it along as did some of the turbo-prop planes after the war.

Apparently (if you read the blurb on the auction) the original was a prototype made by an aircraft manufacturer and there was only ever the one made Smile
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The 1934 Union Pacific M-10000
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Wow, very nice Smile
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I loved to look at images of this train when I was little. It was so inspiring. Why not have more today?
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Apart from Japan most trains these days are like cars, designed on computer to be aerodynamic and pack as many seats in as possible meaning like cars unless you see the badge you have no idea what it is. There are of course a few exceptions, but very few... Sad
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Those unusual trains are nothing. Look at what kind of 'trains' have in Poland!

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