The Gregarious Railfan
Australian Road Trains
Denver Todd is The Gregarious Railfan
Todd Sestero is the RAILFAN GUIDES of the U.S.      
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This page really doesn’t belong here. It has nothing at all to do with railfanning, but maybe a lack of railfanning.
The continent of Australia is as vast and wide as the continent of North America The Outback is vast and void of
cities. Highways continue for hundreds and thousands of miles without the need for turns or stops, so trucks use
“Road Trains”.  And that’s the proper name for them, - trucks with from four to seven trailers (and sometimes
more) are allowed in the interior of Australia.   If you have seen the movie Crocodile Dundee, there was a scene that
showed a Road Train. That is where I first encountered them, and I’ve always had an interest in them, although the
subject is nowhere near as wide of scope as railroads.  Anyway, it’s my website and I’ve included this little page about
Road Trains, really no more than a short list of links.
Because of the vastness of Austrailia, transcontinental passenger rail service can be a deluxe experience. Click here