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The SVL Soviet Jet Powered Train, 1970's  Russian abbreviation of "high-speed laboratory car") was developed in Kalininsky carriage-building factory in the far 1970. Based on the train model ER22 it was able to move by means of two engines from the passenger jet Yak-40, installed at the front. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T66Hkoj02A4 http://gizmodo.com/293010/the-soviet-union-vs-us-jet-train-race http://englishrussia.com/2007/08/23/soviet-jet-train-some-more-history/

The SVL Soviet Jet Powered Train, 1970's Russian abbreviation of "high-speed laboratory car") was developed in Kalininsky carriage-building factory in the far 1970. Based on the train model ER22 it was able to move by means of two engines from the passenger jet Yak-40, installed at the front. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T66Hkoj02A4 http://gizmodo.com/293010/the-soviet-union-vs-us-jet-train-race http://englishrussia.com/2007/08/23/soviet-jet-train-some-more-history/

|| SPACE TRAIN! NASA's Alco S-1 switcher Number 2, one of two Alco's used by NASA at Cape Canaveral, Florida to transport Missiles from the assembly building to the launch pads.

|| SPACE TRAIN! NASA's Alco S-1 switcher Number 2, one of two Alco's used by NASA at Cape Canaveral, Florida to transport Missiles from the assembly building to the launch pads.

The PRR's class P5 comprised 92 mixed traffic electric locomotives constructed 1931 to 1935 by the PRR, Westinghouse and General Electric.  Because of the success of the GG-1, they were used mostly on freight trains.

The PRR's class P5 comprised 92 mixed traffic electric locomotives constructed 1931 to 1935 by the PRR, Westinghouse and General Electric. Because of the success of the GG-1, they were used mostly on freight trains.

PRR E44 Electric Locomotive at Pennsylvania Railroad Museum, Strasburg Pennsylvania (1998).

PRR E44 Electric Locomotive at Pennsylvania Railroad Museum, Strasburg Pennsylvania (1998).

Legendary Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 "Old Rivets," #4800, the first such model the company ever owned (essentially a prototype with riveted, instead of welded seams) actually made it into Conrail paint. The unit is seen here in Wilmington, Delaware during September of 1979. Today, she is preserved at the Railroad Museum Of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.

Legendary Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 "Old Rivets," #4800, the first such model the company ever owned (essentially a prototype with riveted, instead of welded seams) actually made it into Conrail paint. The unit is seen here in Wilmington, Delaware during September of 1979. Today, she is preserved at the Railroad Museum Of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.

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