3 Living in Train Cars

Living in Train Cars

Posted on June 13, 2014 by tim

A new meaning to the phrase “life on wheels” has found by Tatiana during her walk around a not very often used railway line. A few railway cars standing on the rails were re-equipped as homes with all the modern signs of making it a comfortable home – air conditioning units, satellite TV dishes. Some cars have the additional wooden constructions built on the sides – you can see in the photo above the non-matching gray wooden huts linked to the train cars. Those are also parts of the houses.

Looks like they have even got a fence and a gate to secure the area from visitors.

Also some “houses” have got chimneys and boilers on the roofs.


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3 Responses to “Living in Train Cars”

  1. Leigh says:

    Good idea. A couple of folks have Trams and Rail carrages built into their homes around here too.

  2. George says:

    I’ve said for years they could do this. There are lots of unused track and plenty of old cars they can use in many countries.

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