Micheline XM 5005 Est (type 22) from 1936

Michelines were a series of rubber-tyred trains developed in France in the 1930s by various rail companies and rubber-tyre manufacturer Michelin. Some Michelines were built in the United States by the Budd Company.

Most Michelines were self-propelled, but a number of locomotive-hauled trainsets were also produced.

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