Welding on the Sharnbrook Viaduct
22,000 FT OF WELDING -
110½ MILES AN HOUR was achieved by the “Comet” on its test run. This streamlined express was built for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad by the Goodyear-
The Trains of Uruguay (Part 1)
The development of rail transport in this republic was due largely to British enterprise; of the 1,746 miles of standard gauge track in the country, 1.486 are owned by British companies. This chapter is concluded in part 40.