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  1. Following my recent MOW/Perway equipment back in June, here are a few more finished vehicles for the track maintance fleet. Previous models Semi trailer crane: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=96053 Bridge Inspection Vehicle: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=96460 Rail bound machines: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=96241 MOW Lineup by coghilla, on Flickr -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- First Up is the SRS LRB17 Overhead line vehicle. It features the same double swivel rear rail bogie to enable easy access to the track from a crossiing or similar. It also has storage boxes on each side which cane increased if required. SRS Road Rail LRB-17 Overhead Line Vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr SRS Road Rail LRB-17 Overhead Line Vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr Full set: https://www.flickr.c...57646132251836/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Next is another SRS product. The RB25. It is designed as a module carrier and can undertake many different jobs. It has a 20' pod plus a smaller 8' pod placement points. So far i haven't created the 8' tool sore or the removable knuckleboom crane. SRS RB25 Module Vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr SRS RB25 Module Vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr Full set: https://www.flickr.c...57646132251826/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Next is a demountable swap body vehicle. It has a knuckleboom crane and the hook lift device attached. Unfortunately it isn't from SRS so it misses out on the rear swivel rail boggie. Here it can be seen with the large work platform & the Swap body maintenance vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr Swap body maintenance vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr Swap body maintenance vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr Full set: https://www.flickr.c...57646132251796/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lastly is the Brandt power unit. The LDD file was posted here a while ago. I shortened it a bit for my purposes. Brandt Power Unit by coghilla, on Flickr Full set: https://www.flickr.c...57646132251866/ the two module vehicles can share the same pods/modules. Modules by coghilla, on Flickr here you can see them all together: Brick Events Ipswich 14 by coghilla, on Flickr enjoy,
  2. Following my other mow creations, here is the SRS BRB 7-4 bridge inspection vehicle. Perfect for inspecting those underside of bridges or tunnel roofs. Mobile to any site via road or rail. Actual info page http://www.srsroadrail.se/bridgetunnel-inspection/brb-7-4 Spec sheet: http://www.srsroadrail.se/downloads/doc_download/20-brb-7-4-english Flickr folder: SRS Road Rail BRB 7-4 Bridge inspection vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr SRS Road Rail BRB 7-4 Bridge inspection vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr SRS Road Rail BRB 7-4 Bridge inspection vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr SRS Road Rail BRB 7-4 Bridge inspection vehicle by coghilla, on Flickr
  3. Here is my knuckleboom crane that was inspired by the SRS KRT20 semi trailer road rail crane. Still need to finish the stabilizers and others bits but i say its mostly there. As road-rail unit it can travel on both rails and the road. This enable it to travel to the work site without holding up precious track time. The crane has a reverse knuckle boom to enable works below the cantinery wires.or OLE (overhead line equipment) expandable counter weight at the rear. The double track wheels at the rear of the truck and trailer enable the loading of the whole unit from any road crossing up to 90 degrees. Watch the video to see it in action. I managed to squeeze a train weight into the trailer for extra support and ballast. This will be the first of a couple of SRS vehicles that i plan to build. The links below are to the product pages and a youtube video i found. Any questions please ask away http://www.srsroadrail.se/downloads/cat_view/20-modulesothers/42-semi-trailer http://www.srsroadra...rs/semi-trailer http://www.srsrailuk...nne-metre-crane Untitled by coghilla, on Flickr Untitled by coghilla, on Flickr Untitled by coghilla, on Flickr Untitled by coghilla, on Flickr