Train 1 Front ViewTrain 1 does not have a front windshield for the operator. A camera mounted on the side was used to see where you were going.
That blade sticking out in front, that is part of the track and is what guides the train along while slightly elevated off the ground.
Train 1 Long ViewHere's a look down the side of the train. I'd say it looks like a passenger type of train based on the side windows.
Train 1 Rear ViewLooking at the rear of the train you can see the words AREOTRAIN and a chicken coop in the exhaust port.
Train 2 Side ViewGrumman appears to be involved in train number 2. It looks like a pulling tractor or some top secret military train experiment.
Train 2 Front ViewLeave it to Grumman, an aerospace company, to use jet engines for propulsion.
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