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+6 1. ringmaster commented 5 years ago

A self serving machine is nice, laying the tracks where ever it rolls. But where? Any links to further reading?
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+16 2. torbengb commented 5 years ago

#1 (i) it replaces existing track with new track. So it's not creating brand new connections.

As for where: you can find these all over Europe (at least!) wherever track maintenance is going on. I saw one up close a few months ago as they renovated our local train station. It's very impressive ... and also VERY LOUD!
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+9 4. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

Here is a related video on snotr from five years ago. Plasser makes very rugged pieces of machinery that do the work of hundreds of men in a much shorter time.
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+2 5. tiggfigg commented 5 years ago

In Canada we only have machines to remove rail lines.
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+1 6. joeman commented 5 years ago

Amazing. Wow!