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TRAINS

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TRAINS
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1804
The First Train!
2014
The E7 Bullet
The Improved Train
The Electric Locomotives first built by Robert Davidson. Their electric engines enables the train to use electrical power as the most reliable source of propulsion. Today these trains are everywhere. Ex: Metra
Further Improved..
Even Further Improved..
http://www.trainhistory.net/
The Penydarren was the first train ever made. It was a steam locomotive made to pull iron and was invented by Richard Trevithick.
http://trevithick1804.co.uk
Luxurious new high speed train started running March of 2014. It goes 160 mph from Tokyo to Nagano.
http://abbottstravel.com/2014-focus-japan/
http://www.cnet.com/
http://www.trainhistory.net/
Diesel Locomotives were made more efficient then the steam locomotives, it lowered prices, and lowered the consumption of coal.
http://www.american-rails.com/diesel-locomotives.html
Late 1800's
http://www.trainhistory.net/
http://lucian.uchicago.edu/
Early 1800's
Early 1900's
The Magnetically levitated trains are high speed but cost a lot of money and take a lot of time to make. It eliminated the wheel/rail friction to increase the speed. It has electromagnets to attract to the rails.
http://www.lanl.gov/orgs/mpa/stc/train.shtml
http://www.cdn.sciencebuddies.org/
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