Railbus vehicles are International found in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Middle East. A railbus is a lightweight passenger rail vehicle that shares many aspects of its construction with a bus. Typically they have a bus body (original or modified), and four wheels on a fixed chassis, instead of on bogies.
Originally designed and developed during the 1930s, railbuses evolved into larger dimensions, with characteristics similar in appearance to lightweight railcars, and using the terms railcar and railbus, which were often used interchangeably. Railbuses were designed for use specifically on little-used or remote railway lines. Those that connected remote small towns or neighborhoods spread over large open agricultural areas were also called Interurbans.
SEARAILS Rail Cars have been demonstrated at Railroad Model Meetings beginning with the National Narrow Gauge Conference in 2012. Now, both the Brill and the REO will be produced in Limited Editions. The first releases will be in mid-2018. Both will be powered by single PowerMAX!