Triangle Transit displayed this full-scale mockup of a diesel multiple unit railcar in 2005 to promote its plan for a 28-mile regional transit line, which was shelved in 2006.
Triangle Transit displayed this full-scale mockup of a diesel multiple unit railcar in 2005 to promote its plan for a 28-mile regional transit line, which was shelved in 2006. Takaaki Iwabu NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Triangle Transit displayed this full-scale mockup of a diesel multiple unit railcar in 2005 to promote its plan for a 28-mile regional transit line, which was shelved in 2006. Takaaki Iwabu NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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