The trailer is powered by small drive-assist wheels which engage the rear bogie wheels.
A bogie is a British railway term for a wheeled truck or frame under a long carriage or engine that can swivel to help the vehicle around curves.
One oddity that will emerge is the number of types with four-coupled wheels on each motor bogie .
Another was an amusing story about a group of French airmen who would ‘borrow’ a railway bogie to get back to Elvington from Layerthorpe after a night's drinking, sent in by a reader from Foxwood.
Arsenault's has fitted the Beaver with tracks on the bogie wheels to give it increased stability.
Each of the four main units has a six wheel bogie with two wheels forward and four wheels rear of the shock absorber.
He reappears to announce that about three metres down on the river bed he has discovered a complete bogie - two pairs of wheels and axles - from the train.
Two shunting locomotives with the same engine, torque converter and final drive, but driving each axle on both bogies , were bought of Clayton Equipment Company the same year.
There are carriages on their side, bent and twisted and there are bogies [wheels] all over the place.
The drive axle system is based on experience with over 200 forwarders, and uses bogies out front with a single axle out back.