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    I like tilting trains. I think they're a more realistic option than the 300+ km/h high speed trains.
    High speed trains can't survive without state support, especially now in the era of low cost airlines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ixulescu View Post
    I like tilting trains. I think they're a more realistic option than the 300+ km/h high speed trains.
    High speed trains can't survive without state support, especially now in the era of low cost airlines.
    I actually think we should buy a couple for our network since we're too small for a domestic airline network but we could use some trains that go in excess of 200 km/h. They would perform great on the Amersfoort, Zwolle, Groningen/Leeuwarden leg and in general on the mainlines.



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