When its retractable railroad wheels are down, an eight-passenger station wagon clicks along the remote right-of-way of the Ontario Northland Railway and serves ambulance and rail-inspection car. Dashboard buttons operate whistles, lights and other railroad equipment.
Carrying flagging and other safety equipment the Wagon acts as a Inspection car, but it can be converted to an emergency ambulance.
Hydraulic levers push the flanged guide wheels onto the rails in minutes. Drive power comes from the rear tire directly in contact with the rail.