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- eind 19e eeuw
With this type of draisine, there was no need for any effort on the supervisors’ part: they could simply sit on the bench at the front. Two lower-ranking rail employees would then crank the handles to turn the wheel, which was connected by a chain to the rear wheels of the draisine, causing them to move in turn. This draisine was most likely built at the end of the nineteenth century. While the manufacturer is unknown, as is the rail company that used it, the Staatspoorwegen is known to have deployed similar models.