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Steel link by DragonWolfACe Steel link by DragonWolfACe
The one thing that holds an (American) train together, for as long as needed, with nearly undying faith to the task. The coupler.

Here we see one on the caboose at Cass, WV during Cass Railfan weekend 2011.
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Shadow20X6 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
No F.R.E.D.?
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DragonWolfACe Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No fred.
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Shadow20X6 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
I'm guessing because it's an excursion/ historic train?
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DragonWolfACe Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Correct
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pearwood Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Very cool shot. I would call it a still life, but that somehow doesn't seem quite right.
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Daxserv Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
1s=t class subject matter, 1st class result
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acela Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
How fast were you going?
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DragonWolfACe Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
10 or 15MPH.
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BigBadMatt Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
Nice shot! A totally under appreciated part of railroading. The automatic knuckle coupler is a pretty interesting device. Extremely reliable, simple, and rugged. I'd hate to have to build trains the European way, looks so tedious and time consuming
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ridalton Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013  Student General Artist
Here's a question: If the Buckeye Coupler is used in North America, what is used elsewhere?
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