Posted by thewiz on September 10, 2012 
I hope that coupler comes off when it's on the road. I would hate to have that thing come through my rear window!
Posted by NYC Man on September 10, 2012 
Can we sandwich a sleeper into a locomotive cab, so you can just stop anywhere at a rest area, catch a nap....
Posted by Mathias Fetscher on September 10, 2012 
Is there a excavator with a grapple sitting on the other end of the car? Do you have a picture of this end?
Posted by James Belmont on September 10, 2012 
Mathias, I do have a photo of the opposite end. I will try to post it soon.
Posted by pjw1967 on September 10, 2012 
Looks like the middle of the flat car is sagging a bit from the weight of the ties.
Posted by on September 11, 2012 
On the bnsf you can pull eight loads with the brandt road railer / the knuckles stay on when on the road.
Posted by Andrew on September 13, 2012 
I agree with the first comment. It sure would spoil your day having that coming in through the rear scree. I just love the photographs of all these wierd and wonderful things that run on the railways but could hardly be called "trains". Please try and post the view from the other end.
Posted by Greg Rourke on September 14, 2012 
This appears to have three drive axles. Very unusual.
Posted by Zach Pumphery on September 14, 2012 
Really, you guys are bellyaching about the coupler and not the semi it is connected to? If that thing rear ends you it's not going to be fun, coupler or not. As for the flat car sagging--ever seen one with a couple loaded trailers on it? Those sag too.
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