Someone find that old shoop of a locomotive merged with an airplane. I don't think I have it anymore.
What would be the consequences of a planetrain with the exhaust feeding into the successive engines?
Elsewhere, there is this bonkers concept.http://www.traveller.com.au/akka-link--fly-flying-train-concept-looks-to-disrupt-the-plane-industry-h12mlw
/air/ board when!?
Ah, "Glasgow" Prestwick Airport. Only 30 miles down the M77 and 40 minutes away on the fast train.
>>5931> the exhaust feeding into the successive engines
There's a cute little romantic comedy where that happens, it's called Human Centipede.
Yes, most folk in Ayrshire didn't like the name change: "We're not Glasgow!"
I've been waiting more than a month for someone to ask about automobiles and make the obvious joke but apparently it's not going to happen.
I think Smitty looks like John Candy… but that could be a false memory.
Sometimes happens on Sundays, when trains have four wheels, rubber tyres and 60 mph speed limiters.
I'm really hoping Soyuz-5 will be something actually practical. II gen Soyuz is great but it already depleted its potential. S-5 shall be convertible into heavy and superheavy carriers and very well might get reusable stages.>>6412
– The site was nicknamed the Boeing Spawning Grounds after this accident.
I'll be missing the 1st stage booster separation.
Still, supposedly 1 engine is more economical than 5 and 1 stage is easier to fly back home.
A load for a railway wagon!