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New 2-10-2 by Atticus-W New 2-10-2 by Atticus-W
So what does Tetris, Heavy Weapons Guy, ten-coupled steam locomotives, and constructivism have in common...


Inspired by lyrics of improvisational lyrics-master Alexander Karnes as written to the tune of [link] :

“This is new 2-10-2— so much power for YOU!”

I might have made the graphic design a bit cluttered by the time I was done with this, but oh well.



The tidal wave of credits goes as follows:

Lyrics © :iconsteamby51:
Song inspiration © pigwiththefaceofaboy
Tetris © Nintendo
Heavy © Valve
Russian fonts stolen and edited from some fonts website
And I think I might have done something, too.

(And I apply for weirdest TF2 poster ever award.)
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watcher25 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
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Holy Sh**!!!

Ten drive wheels!?

..... Well ... Can't say I'm super surprised ,

the that !
steam Naysayers ... And your cock minded childish write offs on steam
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Atticus-W Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
Ten drive wheels wasn't that uncommon.  Europe especially was very fond of ten-coupled engines. =)
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Veronicathehedgedog Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
how come locomotives that have buffers have knuckle couplers on them o.o
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Atticus-W Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
I believe that some countries started out with buffer-and-chain systems in their early days and converted to knuckle coupler systems later on.  However, there was likely a "transition period" while the entire fleet of rolling stock was slowly converted over to the new couplers.  During that period, engines equipped with knuckle couplers would still need "redundant" buffers if they were to couple to cars that still used the older buffer-and-chain system (knuckle couplers themselves can couple to a chain coupling rather easily as long as the knuckles are slotted).

Note that while some Russian engines can be seen with buffers and automatic couplers, upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia… , other engines of the same class seem to have had the buffers removed and patched over, train-photos.com.s3.amazonaws.… , presumably once the transition period was completed and the buffers were truly unneeded.

Hope this helps. =)
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Veronicathehedgedog Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
it sure did. thanks ;)
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Justin-Murphy Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014
:iconheavyplz::iconsaysplz:2-10-2 is credit to team!

Lol, I had to get that out.
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Atticus-W Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
That's quite alright. ^^
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TheBardOfOggyrLlynfi Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this poster, looks great. In Soviet Russia, power makes you! :D
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Atticus-W Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
Thank you. ^^
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TheBardOfOggyrLlynfi Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:D
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