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2010-04-19

X2


Swedish readers will recognize this train, publicly known as the X2000. We're back at the railroad module meeting.

Tekniska museet, Museivägen (map) 20 March 2010

12 comments:

Alexander said...

Very cute and interesting model. Hahaha...

Alexander
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cieldequimper said...

Lol, for a minute & from the thumbnail, I thought you had been travelling!

Per Stromsjo said...

Due to recent difficulties for air traffic, these trains have been extraordinarily busy over the recent weekend.

Alexander: Would you believe that the train even stopped to pose for the camera? :)

cieldequimper: The entire train is like a thumbnail!

Thanks for stopping by our station today.

Jacob said...

You fooled me for a minute! But don't get excited. I've been fooled for a lot longer than that!

Lena Johansson said...

This is wonderful!

Mo said...

Very cool. Trains are special

Mo said...

Oh and should have added in high demand in Europe at present. Safer than air.

Halcyon said...

Cute!

arabesque said...

haha, a miniature! very cute! ^0^

Per Stromsjo said...

Once upon a time, a name containing "2000" was considered highly futuristic and advanced...

Jacob: OK, gotta work some more on that!

Lena Johansson: Watching it rolling along the track is even better, with its tail lights flickering...

Mo: Safer and environmentally friendly.

Halcyon: Undeniably so.

arabesque: I could never make one of these. Fortunately, others can.

Again, thanks all.

Tinsie said...

Cute shot. Almost looks "real". And the train posed too - wow! :-)

Per Stromsjo said...

I've had a real train posing for me once as well. Not exactly an everyday event! :)

Thanks, Tinsie.

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