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Follow the Sakura Tram Alterations
#16
@ Finno

...or two or three universal platforms, to cover the entire range.
And a possibility to buy the chassis separately, for quick repair of the old failed motor.
I think that would fix the problem.
But I'm aware it's a dream.

There really are too many variations of the engines. For example, you simply can't put Seibu trains on the same track with Keiku trains. Both are one-speed-engines (I have 3 of each) and Keiku trains are so much faster that they would catch up on a Seibu train in a heartbeat. Why? Wouldn't it be nice to have same speed trains of a certain kind? This Sakura tram can beat some Shinkansens.
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