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OH MY GOSH! :shock:
Can it get any bigger? :D

I especially like the gardens on top and the numerous housing complexes.

The funnels are much too small for this size but it seems that the fire tube is not that big.
But then why do they need so much power on those wheels? When there are more wagons to come they would also need much more steam which would mean that we need a much bigger boiler.

Also what is the first big hatch (opening in the middle of the air) for? It's 6 floors tall and 6 windows wide and there is water coming out?

How do you lay the tracks for this monstrosity? Where do you go in a loco this big? And why? :D

Also I bet at the end of this train is a sign reading: 'We brake for nobody!' :D (Spaceballs)

Is there more train-related art from this artist?

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Maybe there are more locomotives in the middle and at the end, bit its looking impresiive, entire city on tracks, i didn`t find any more pictures from that author..


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Ok, this was then the biggest loco ever.

Dont ask me about this one's functions...
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Has nothing to do with trains actually but there are at least some similarities:

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You can find some interesting royal passenger car interior pictures here (link and pictures can be opened without Facebook account):
https://www.facebook.com/orczykulturkert/posts/864215297028714

They were built in 1896 (celebrating the Millennium of the foundation of the Hungarian Kingdom) for the emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The train itself had 5 cars: one for the king, one for the queen, two cars for the attendants and servants and one dining car. The queen's car was designed in late baroque style and the other ones was designed in neo-renaissance style. The rain was stationed under guard at Budapest, Nyugati pályaudvar (Western Railway station) until the end of the first World War when it went missing without trace. Only a crest remained that was originally at the side of the king's car.


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Gridranger wrote:
You can find some interesting royal passenger car interior pictures here (link and pictures can be opened without Facebook account):
https://www.facebook.com/orczykulturkert/posts/864215297028714

They were built in 1896 (celebrating the Millennium of the foundation of the Hungarian Kingdom) for the emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The train itself had 5 cars: one for the king, one for the queen, two cars for the attendants and servants and one dining car. The queen's car was designed in late baroque style and the other ones was designed in neo-renaissance style. The rain was stationed under guard at Budapest, Nyugati pályaudvar (Western Railway station) until the end of the first World War when it went missing without trace. Only a crest remained that was originally at the side of the king's car.


Interesting! Similar interior to the General Quarters and Captain's Wagon.


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