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09-08-2010 Speedy Long-Nosed Trains

High-speed trains are making their speedy debut across the

world, especially in Europe where they love to cut down on travel time (they should try living in Australia!) These high-speed trains are characterised by their slim line shape and pointy, long noses. They have been developed to cut down on travel time and increase passenger train travel across countries with high transport demands. Now the

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UK is developing a high-speed luxury train known as the
Mercury. Designed by British Designers Priestmangoode, the train can travel at speeds of 225 mph and will include a lounge, bar, private areas and will be the first double decker train in the world. The trains will be highly efficient and will produce low-carbon, making it an eco-friendly way to travel.

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Image Source: www.luxurylaunches.com

Content Source: www.priestmangoode.com

18-09-2009 Bucket Bike

Do you ever long for the days when you could carry around your toys and books in the basket of your bike? Well some clever folks in Salt Lake City have created an adult model of this concept: the Masden Cargo bike. Fitted with a basket that is able to hold 271 kg, you’ll be able to transport everything from books, groceries, a surfboard or even the kids! You can even have seatbelts installed to keep them strapped in. This is an environmentally friendly way to transport goods around the city.

Picture from: www.madsencycles.com/

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