Road Railer Stolen: DX54 SRZ

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David

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Recently in "a Truck Magazine" there was an article about SRS' Road Railers.

Unfortunately one of their trucks was stolen from Rugby over the weekend. It's a specialist vehicle, therefore is probably justified in it's price tag of £300k :shock: :shock: Volvo 25t rigid 3 axle vehicle. DX54 SRZ



As you can see, quite specialist. <D <D

Source: http://www.vertikal.net/en/stories.php?id=3269
 
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What the hell!!

How can someone be driving this around without being noticed!!!!???
 

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Ok I admit it,it was me. Just got fed up of driving 153's so I thought I would get something better!:roll:

Ok so it wasnt really me ok!
 

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If only the police put up a chase that would be funny escapply as that thing could prob only touch 70 lol
 

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If only the police put up a chase that would be funny escapply as that thing could prob only touch 70 lol

Could also probably smash the hell out of any police car that got in its way though... :tongue5:
 

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Do you think there's a reward for finding it?
I think we should all stand around Rugby and get it back...
A few of us might get squished, but if its a big reward, our lives will be worth it :p
 

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Do you think there's a reward for finding it?
I think we should all stand around Rugby and get it back...
A few of us might get squished, but if its a big reward, our lives will be worth it :p


err.......ladies first!
 

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You have clearly forgotten that they cannot control the raiwlays, the siggies will put it in a siding and hope for the best i would imagine.
But if they didn't like the way the points were set, up go the rail wheels and down go the tyre wheels :razz: then, when clear of the points, put the rail wheels down again ;)

Anyway, whatever they do with it, they are bound to get caught sooner rather than later!!
 

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But if they didn't like the way the points were set, up go the rail wheels and down go the tyre wheels :razz: then, when clear of the points, put the rail wheels down again ;)

Anyway, whatever they do with it, they are bound to get caught sooner rather than later!!

You have greater faith in Plod than I do!
 

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I'd like to see that thing get through one of the many tunnels without losing its top.
 

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Ok ok i admit it, Coxster made me steal it to form the new EKR tunnel inspection train. I was totally against the idea, but he made me do it, for the record, officer ;) :D
 

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Ok ok i admit it, Coxster made me steal it to form the new EKR tunnel inspection train. I was totally against the idea, but he made me do it, for the record, officer ;) :D
Your Punishment..... Shovelling Ballast by hand for the rest of your working life.
 

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Your Punishment..... Shovelling Ballast by hand for the rest of your working life.
Funny should mention it, i've been doing that all day, inbetween trips to a worksite 20 miles away to dig Jag out of the **** as he is thick and can't even change a 40ft rail on plain line
 
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