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saw photos but not actual thing on road, as of last month.

I think the main purpose is to buy the buses to get $$$? That task has been completed.

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On 2/26/2017 at 11:05 PM, Monsoon said:

How is the "road train" working out?

I spotted the "road train" yesterday and it was still sitting on the side of the road gathering dust! Shocker!

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Here's the Road Train again a few days ago. Still sitting there gathering dust! :as-if:

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7 hours ago, Mikala said:

Here's the Road Train again a few days ago. Still sitting there gathering dust! :as-if:

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no way they were fixing it seems it got flooded .... and there is a problem Houston  the height of the curbs seems to be a problem with getting out of the bus... no problem let them stop in the middle of the road like the jeeps and taxi do

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Where is the Road-Train parked?   It might make a nice tourist attraction, especially  if they leave the A/C on, let people sit and visit with each other.  Maybe open a Bo's Coffee Shop inside.  If it got real popular with the ladies Queensland could lease out the back unit and turn it into a sleeper car.

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10 hours ago, Soarking said:

Where is the Road-Train parked?

It’s on F. Cabahug street where it meets Sergio Osmena Jr. Blvd. Near Orient Sun Transport Corp. I leave location maps to Woolf, he's the expert! :)

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It is parked where the crosshairs show at the center of this satellite photo. The fact that the land train doesn't show up on the image tells you that Google Maps doesn't update very often. It has been there for several months. And yes, Wikimapia uses Google Maps for its images.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=10.312172&lon=123.922176&z=17&m=b

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