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The-Blueprints.com is a website dedicated to collecting 3/4/5-view drawings, templates and blueprints for as many objects as possible. Ranging from humans to tanks and cars to mobile phones, the goal is to provide reference material for 3D modelers, scale modelers, replica builders etc.
By updating the website on a daily basis, we currently have more than 65000 images in the collection, which makes this the largest free collection on the internet.

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 Comic book character
 crimsontyrs on 2014/11/28 6:53
hey this is pretty sweet!
 Unknown Train
 drotto on 2014/11/27 13:04
This is the famous Swiss "crocodile" locomotive. Class Be 6/8II. It was a heavy freight locomotive. A prototype locomotive, SBB-CFF-FFS Ce 6/8 I number 14201, was ordered in June 1917. The production "Crocodiles" were the series SBB Ce 6/8 II and SBB Ce 6/8 III locomotives of the SBB, Swiss Federal Railways, built between 1919 and 1927. There were 33 class Ce 6/8 II and 18 class Ce 6/8 III, making a total (excluding the prototype) of 51 locomotives. These locomotives were developed for pulling heavy goods trains on the steep tracks of the Gotthardbahn from Lucerne to Chiasso, including the Gotthard Tunnel.
 Bullet Train Series 200-0 Yamabiko
 infraredbob on 2014/11/26 17:09
this is a snapshot, not a blueprint
 Shinkansen Series 500
 infraredbob on 2014/11/26 17:04
Isnt this a blueprint of a toy, not the train itself?
 HMS Clyde (Submarine)
 Gordon Crompton on 2014/11/21 5:21
Thanks for the image. Dad served aboard the Clyde under Captain Ingram during WWII. I wish that at least one of the River Class Submarines was preserved for us to see. Do you have any idea where I could find out information about Dad's medals that he received at that time?
Again - Thanks!

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