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No need for cars

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Very Funny and cool as the sametime. But my question is how the designer was to explain how the elevated train would ride on unsupported tracks!
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Fanciful is cool. On unsupported tracks, maybe balloons anchored to something not shown could hold them up.
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Edited by stampfan9 - 06/13/2014 09:44 am
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Maybe it's Helitite, Helium infused steel. LOL
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