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Czech Railway Service truck

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Special service truck from SDŽC(Railway Infrastructure Administration)

Truck is equiped front and rear train lights, auxiliary train chassis and aerial platform.

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Posted backup images. -Phred

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I like it, a fusion of the lighting repair truck 2010 and the railway repair truck 2011.....plus a little classic town in it as well ! :wink:

Nice work 'EM4CZ' and Brick On ! :classic:

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Here is some similarity, but the railway truck is different.

I still have one vehicle SŽDC, but it does not ride on rails.

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previous versions with rail chassis.

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Great design and build, fits perfectly into current LEGO designed vehicles. My only advice would be to match the color of the basket and the lifting arms (thought I don't know if they exist in the same color). :thumbup:

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Great design and build, fits perfectly into current LEGO designed vehicles. My only advice would be to match the color of the basket and the lifting arms (thought I don't know if they exist in the same color). :thumbup:

Lifting arms exist in more colors, basket exist only white color. :classic:

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based on this real truck

Road-Rail vehicle PRAGA UV 80 DUOLINER

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The rail gears are driven by means of hydraulic engines. On and off-tracking is controlled hydraulically. The vehicle is raised during ride on rails. The road axles are hydraulically locked. The vehicle is equipped with stabilizers to stabilize the hydraulic crane while working on the rails.

The drive is a two-gear drive – the gear with lower speed and superimposed traction and the gear with higher speed and lower traction. The vehicle is equipped with semiautomatic couplings and towing bars to tow and push the railway wagons. Maximum weight of coupled wagons is 120 tons. The rail gears (with controlled thrust) are controlled from the driver's cab.

Edited by EM4CZ

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Thanks for the picture :wink: . It does resemble the photograph very well. I love it when MOCers base their creations off of real images :wub: ! They always turn out great :thumbup:

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Change the equipment, load the cargo and start the work.

crane is semi-radio controlled.

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The combination of vehicles and flatbed are great.....I look forward to more rail gear from you 'EM4CZ' ! :grin:

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Rail service crew and new 6x6 truck with opening rear side.

what is inside the truck?

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Rail service crew and new 6x6 truck with opening rear side.

what is inside the truck?

Are there some technical stuff? :grin:

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a loco engine or a piece of the OLE

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what is inside the truck?

Hedgehogs? Megablocks? A barrel of dynamite?

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No, it's service truck not transport.

What is OLE ?

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what is inside the truck? :laugh:

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Overhead line equipment

such as the signals, electricity cables, gantrys etc

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No, no, no :laugh:

equipment in truck used to repair... but what?

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I wait for your tips... :sweet: and functional brickshelf. :sceptic:

My minifigs hate brickshelf failure :angry:

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I know what is inside..........minifigs.:laugh:

Edited by Alasdair Ryan

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Road-Rail vehicles are from the same czech company and based on real vehicles.

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Yeb true,has any one tryed a road rail excavator with powered wheels?

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