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Monorails by Henry, Ashton and Andrew

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Karen Simmons

on 5 June 2013

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Transcript of Monorails by Henry, Ashton and Andrew

Monorails What are monorails? What does mono mean? Before Monorails used to hang below the rail. Now they ride on top of the rail. The speed of the fastest monorail is 311 miles per hour. This would be a maglev train. These trains magnetically levitate above the rail. This lets the train go faster. Maglev Trains These are different Monorails By: Henry, Ashton and Andrew Monorails are trains that run on electricity. Mono means one . That's why monorails ride on one rail. 1 This is an example of a monorail at Disney World. Past and Present Past Present Speed of monorails
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