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Anatomy of West Coast Railway's "Super" R Class

Anatomy of West Coast Railway's "Super" R Class Introduced and compiled by Barry Merton. Close Window. Before proceeding to the article itself I would like to sincerely thank Steamrail Victoria for allowing me to reproduce the article here. The article first appeared in Steamrail Victoria's magazine in August 2001, Issue 2, Volume 12. And now to the article.

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BRICKHOUSE

Located in the Heart of Downtown Stamford, BRICKHOUSE Bar & Grill is a Traditional Sports Bar with a Gourmet Restaurant! The Brickhouse Bar & Grill has stayed

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David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 59 - RAIL

INTRODUCTION BY DAVID HEY. During the Fifties, train spotting was the most respectable of pastimes. It gave small boys a chance to learn something about railways: train timetables, shed allocations, loco classifications, geographical distribution and a wide-eyed appreciation of 19th Century civil engineering.

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Titanic's Propulsion Plant

Jan 31, 2011· Titanic's Prime Mover An Examination of Propulsion and Power (Revised January 31, 2011) By Halpern As most us know, the triple-screw steamer Titanic, and her sister ship Olympic, were propelled by a combined machinery arrangement consisting of two reciprocating engines and a single Parsons' turbine. The reciprocating engines were of the triple-expansion type with one

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Midland Locomotives - Steamindex

These had 17½in diameter x 26in stroke cylinders, and 4ft 10in diameter driving wheels on a standard wheelbase of 8ft + 8ft 6in. The boiler carried a heating surface of 1,233ft 2 and was pressed to 140psi except for Nos 1192-1221 with a total heating surface of 1,223ft 2 and the tender was the Johnson pattern 2,350gal type holding 4 tons of coal. . Working weights totalled 34 tons 3cwt for

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Ivatt locomotives - Steamindex

Alexander Ross, the Civil Engineer, was involved and many of the designs were dismissed as either being too heavy or too long. The MR compound type offered by R. Stephenson was dismissed by Ivatt as lacking sufficient power, and Oliver Bury persuaded the Board to accept the Vulcan 4-4-2 design, and this required modification to meet GNR requirements.

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A German Diesel-Pneumatic Locomotive.

Jul 19, 2011· The astute among you will have recognised that this is not strictly a steam locomotive, even if it looks rather like one because of the external driving cylinders.

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LNER Class W1 - Wikipedia

The LNER W1 No. 10000 (also known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Nigel Gresley was impressed by the results of using high-pressure steam in marine applications and so in 1924 he approached Harold Yarrow of shipyard & boilermakers Yarrow & Company of Glasgow to design a suitable boiler for a railway

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Paddle Steamer Waverley

Waverley is owned by the Waverley Steam Navigation Company Ltd (WSN)** on behalf of the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (PSPS), which aims to preserve the two remaining operational British examples of this type of ship in sailing condition and assist in the preservation of other survivors.

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Daily Great Lakes and Seaway Shipping News - BoatNerd.Com

Coast Guard increases Great Lakes pilots' rates by 11 percent. 5/19 - The Coast Guard has set Great Lakes pilots' rates 11 percent higher than last year due to inflation, the addition of two working pilots and updated historic traffic data. Under the final rule effective June 10, per pilot hourly pay will range from $306 to $733 depending on the district up from $271 to $653 last year.

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2-8-4 - Wikipedia

Under the Whyte notation, a 2-8-4 is a steam locomotive that has one unpowered leading axle, usually in a leading truck, followed by four powered and coupled driving axles, and two unpowered trailing axles, usually mounted in a bogie.This locomotive type is most often referred to as a Berkshire, though the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway used the name Kanawha for their 2-8-4s.

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Daily Great Lakes and Seaway Shipping News - BoatNerd.Com

Coast Guard increases Great Lakes pilots' rates by 11 percent. 5/19 - The Coast Guard has set Great Lakes pilots' rates 11 percent higher than last year due to inflation, the addition of two working pilots and updated historic traffic data. Under the final rule effective June 10, per pilot hourly pay will range from $306 to $733 depending on the district up from $271 to $653 last year.

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Anatomy of West Coast Railway's "Super" R Class

Anatomy of West Coast Railway's "Super" R Class Introduced and compiled by Barry Merton. Close Window. Before proceeding to the article itself I would like to sincerely thank Steamrail Victoria for allowing me to reproduce the article here. The article first appeared in Steamrail Victoria's magazine in August 2001, Issue 2, Volume 12. And now to the article.

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