http://blogmodart.rebelmobile.de/blog/modartnews/tcp_general_Page_2.jpgI like how this cars wheels are spaced far apart. I feel like it will give the car much morebalance while on the tracks.http://condrenrails.com/Frisco/SLSFOkCityMay1948-3.jpgI like how the top and front and back of this car are rounded to provide a much moreaerodynamic voyage.
http://www.gatewaynmra.org/models/2008contest/2008-404-3.jpgI like how this car has awnings over either side for covered car transferring in poorweather conditions.http://www.scripophily.com/webcart/vigs/militarypostvig.jpgI like how this car has what look to be guardrails in both alcoves to prevent anything oranyone from falling out or off.
http://www.pictureninja.com/pages/mexico/mexico-city-train.jpgI like how these trains are spaced very close together to improve the conditions oftransferring cars.http://s3.amazonaws.com/preview.canstockphoto.com/canstock1373333.png
I like these types of wheels for a train because I really don’t understand the purpose ofhaving spokes, especially on a train that has to support a lot more weight than a car orbike does.http://www.cgwrr.com/rostershots/UP9004.jpgI like this train car because it has an area between the wheels that dips down towards theground. I think this is mainly a power-producing area, but I also think it could be used toprovide sort of a center of balance.
http://edwardkhoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/caboose.jpgI like the little lookout on the top of this car. I feel like it gives the caboose a little moreperspective as to where it is.
http://www.umgenisteamrailway.co.za/Pics_Andy%20Anderson/IMGP0863a%20(long%20diesel%20train%20-%20Sunday%2030th%20December%202007).jpgI like that this train is able to pull a lot of other cars while still moving forward, meaningit could travel long distances with a lot of weight.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ea/Ir4.jpgI like how this car has what looks like a round bumper around it to reduce the damage ifit were to crash. I definitely will try to include some type of bumper.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/25/YadVashem_Train_Car.JPGI like how this car’s wheels are spaced out enough and only have two wheels at each end.I think this will give the car more movement when turning corners.
http://www.old-picture.com/american-legacy/001/pictures/Railroad-Car.jpgI like how this car has a middle section of the overhead part rises up. I feel like this willmake the car more efficient when using its power resource.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2765/4098092934_df5a4167ed.jpgI like how this car has the wheels on axes to provide for more sufficient and preciseturning.
http://cache4.asset-cache.net/xc/JE4548-001.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=2AC75F6FAA20674C145D2946C51237890E8D502894744D0F49207362A3F24453Although rockets on a train would be illogical, I think adding them would provide a muchfaster form of travel than the regular steam engine.
http://www.model-railroad-news.com/wp-content/uploads/Marklin-Kittel-DT8-Steam-Powered-Rail-Car.jpgI like how this car is rather small when compared with other cars. I feel as if this willmake the entire train lighter and will be able to travel a little faster than if it was heavier.