A locomotive or engine is a rail transport vehicle that provides the motive power
for a train. The word originates from the Latin loco – "from a place", ablative of ...
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Jul 31, 2007 ... Rail buffs turn the volume up. The GM "E" Diesel 567 V12 works at 850 rpm
delivers 1125 hp to electric motors. NYC #4080 #4068 I covered ...
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The hybrid diesel locomotive is an incredible display of power and ingenuity. It
combines some great mechanical technology, including a huge, 12-cylinder, ...
The diesel-electric locomotive would also become a major milestone in
technological development for North American railroads as it symbolized the end
of the ...
The modern diesel locomotive is a self contained version of the electric
locomotive. .... Locomotives always carry sand to assist adhesion in bad rail
It was not until the 18<sup>th</sup> century in Britain that the steam engine began to change
... In 1829, the Stephensons built the famous locomotive Rocket, which used a ...
Driving change across the rail industry to reduce costs, streamline operations ...
GE Transportation's industrial train engines were transformed by the GE Store ...
Feb 10, 2010 ... ... a 3.5-mile long ",monster", train, using extra locomotives to distribute ... the
road, but many double-tracked rail lines are currently too narrow ...
At the end of WWII the locomotive was acquired by the Tremont and Gulf Railroad
, a Louisiana Short line. The T. & G. completely rebuilt the engine and ...