Or just a train full of strategy?

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In trying to find a picture of an armoured train, I found a site which I think might just be a Russian propaganda site, going by both the tone, and its very.. erm.. selective use of facts (what was said on it was not untrue, just very selective). According to it we might see more armoured trains from Russian in the future!

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Nice, a Warhammer 40k train!

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Bump! :)

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Have a strategic thank you bump!

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Thanks :)

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thanks

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Good selection, sir.

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A very bumpy ride :)

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Bump just because.

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these were real armored trains used in the Estonian independence war:
for more pictures you can search "soomusrong" in google images

fun fact: my great great uncle was an officer of one these trains

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That must actually have been quite scary. While the train itself offers protection, what if the enemy decides to destroy the tracks? You'll be stuck

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They destroyed and tried to destroy tracks, so it was important to protect the tracks as well
you can read about it here

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countering with a tactical beump

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cc + flanking bump ;)

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Surprise! It's a hidden unit bump!

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Not entering anything, but that was quite a lot of strategy games.
Thanks anyway for the train.

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Seeking cover behind a bump !

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Bumpity! ^_^

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Oh, strategies <2 Wish I'd have more time (or I'd actually make money playing games) :')

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Cho cho?

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bump

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Bump!

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Not entering, but quite a lot of strategy games in there. Nice train, Fnord!

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Not my taste but here is a bump! ^^

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Ah, the suplex - the Achilles' heel of every armored train.

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Bump'd for Thanks

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There is the Gustav train gun. It was used in WWII by the german army during the siege of sebastopol, IIRC

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That looks awesome!

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I'm surprised that they did not use more railway artillery. In particular during WW1, on the western front, they had time to adapt the infrastructure to carry it, and it would allow them to hit the opposing side really hard. But then again, if the technology is not quite there yet, it might have been too much of a gamble.

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