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Always loved trains, I'd rather sleep beside a main line than a barking dog next door. I know it's not a Guzzi but both pics are same crossing, different trains,going opposite directions, same bike, 2015 and 2018
That's probably the prettiest Harley I've ever seen!
And finally, some more equipment pics from this morning. What do these machines do? Primarily, hold up traffic. I believe they are used to reposition the roadbed under the rails and ties by holding the rail and vibrating the rock undeneath. Paul B
And finally, some more equipment pics from this morning. What do these machines do? electronic dice roller
Recently had to wait on what was the longest train I have yet to see. Four engines up front, two in the middle and two on the rear. All sounded like they were running hard. Carrying nothing but containers. GliderJohn
Thanks guys, It began life as a 73 XLCH 1000 that I bought in 75. Currently it is 1267cc with big bore cyls and a mild stroke increase running Shovelheads. About 40% of the frame is all I can guarantee is still from the original bike. That's a Laverda Mirage tank and the tail section/seat is actually a Harley item that was a Sportster option in 1970 and the stock set-up in 1971. The very first Superglide had a similar one that was well accepted but most Sportster ones were shelved and they sold a lot of steel fenders that year. That seat/fender just didn't work with the tiny tank but totally flows with the big tank. I'm constantly asked what it is with Ducati,Norton, and Triumph being the top guesses. Here is the best picture of it I ever took.
What scooter is that?How do you like it?
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