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Dodge Brothers conversion to rail with a Crossley engine

Dodge Brothers conversion to rail with a Crossley engine

Dolores Station and the Rio Grande Galloping Goose,Dolores CO

Dolores Station and the Rio Grande Galloping Goose,Dolores CO

Galloping Goose No2, built on a Buick for the Rio Grande and Southern Railroad

Galloping Goose No2, built on a Buick for the Rio Grande and Southern Railroad

☆MG☆ M&E Railbus 10 was constructed in June 1918 for the M&E.  Railroad: Morristown & Erie Railway Locomotive: Railbus Location: Whippany, New Jersey, USA Locomotive #: M&E 10 Train ID: Unknown Photo Date: September 03, 2005

☆MG☆ M&E Railbus 10 was constructed in June 1918 for the M&E. Railroad: Morristown & Erie Railway Locomotive: Railbus Location: Whippany, New Jersey, USA Locomotive #: M&E 10 Train ID: Unknown Photo Date: September 03, 2005

This is the Syrian version of the Galloping Goose ! From the informations that I could collect, it appears that this vehicle is based on a 1936 Ford truck. It was still in service in the year 2000. When I returned to Syria in 2004, it was out of use.

This is the Syrian version of the Galloping Goose ! From the informations that I could collect, it appears that this vehicle is based on a 1936 Ford truck. It was still in service in the year 2000. When I returned to Syria in 2004, it was out of use.

Check out this custom railroad truck!! Its a cobbled together gasoline-powered, part auto, part pickup and part railroad car created by the Rio Grande Southern RR called a Galloping Goose. -shot by Scotto

Check out this custom railroad truck!! Its a cobbled together gasoline-powered, part auto, part pickup and part railroad car created by the Rio Grande Southern RR called a Galloping Goose. -shot by Scotto

RailPictures.Net Photo: RGS 2 Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose at Golden, Colorado by BUFFIE

RailPictures.Net Photo: RGS 2 Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose at Golden, Colorado by BUFFIE

E0132. This 1937 Buick N0. 101 was converted to a Maryland and Pennsylvania (Ma & Pa) Railroad inspection car in 1942. It was one of the first equipped with a radio. The radio was installed to test the practicality of radio communication between locomotives and stations. Rebuilt on flanged wheels, rail-mobiles carried management officials on maintenance for inspection trips.

E0132. This 1937 Buick N0. 101 was converted to a Maryland and Pennsylvania (Ma & Pa) Railroad inspection car in 1942. It was one of the first equipped with a radio. The radio was installed to test the practicality of radio communication between locomotives and stations. Rebuilt on flanged wheels, rail-mobiles carried management officials on maintenance for inspection trips.

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