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Goods wagons in a Swiss siding. Notice the overhead electric cable above the blue vehicle. Light railways are the in thing these days. This one is called a "tram" and runs between Wimbledon and Croydon along what was once a part of the National Rail Network. Funicular railways are built to travel up and down steep slopes. Rolling stock has to be specially designed for the slope. This funicular in Capri carries passengers from the port of Marina Grande up to Capri Town which is around 200 metres above sea level. A fire appliance, commonly (but wrongly) called a fire engine. This one was visiting a school summer fete. Ice Cream vans are a common sight in the summer months.
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A mechanical digger A road roller A tractor A DUKW. The Duck, as it was affectionately known was designed during the Second World War as an amphibious vehicle. It was equally at home on the water and on the land. This one has been converted for use as a tourist attraction in Liverpool, taking passengers for trips on the River Mersey. They call it The WackerQuacker! Go Kart on the track at PGL's Marchants Hill activities centre in Surrey
Mike Freedman
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