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Glass-bottomed carriage

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A railway carriage with a glass or plastic floor, permitting the occupants to see the track under the carriage, the wheels or bogies, and all the cabling and pipework.

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8th of 7, Dec 09 2015

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       //all the cabling and pipework.//   

       Sp.:"all the cabling, pipework and migrants."
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 09 2015
  

       Aha, then they can stick zoetropic adverts between the sleepers?
mitxela, Dec 09 2015
  

       This is the same view down many toilets in Europe's trains, which is more or less the same reason you wouldn't want a glass-bottom carriage.
4and20, Dec 09 2015
  

       Everything could have glass bottoms. Ships, lifts, cars, shoes, trousers, bridges...
pocmloc, Dec 09 2015
  

       glass bottomed trousers [+]
Voice, Dec 10 2015
  

       Angle of view might be more interesting with a periscope or a moveable webcam and large flat display. Is structural intergrity a problem.
wjt, Dec 10 2015
  


 

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