Ludicrous speed

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This is the tramway 26 of the Wiener Linien (public transport in Vienna), rushing through the night with ludicrous speed. Do you remember “Spaceballs“? ;-)

Spaceball One is capable of traveling at four different speeds: sub-light speed, light speed, ridiculous speed, and ludicrous speed. When going into ludicrous speed all crew members must use a seat belt for their own safety. Ludicrous speed results in the ship leaving a trail of plaid, parodying the “warp trail” seen in the first few Star Trek films. (Quote from Wikipedia)

Tramway 26

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