Some articles on trains, sets, based, train:
... to introduce a brand-new fleet of tilting Class 390 "Pendolino" trains for long-distance high-speed WCML services ... The 53-strong Pendolino fleet, plus three tilting SuperVoyager diesel sets, were bought for use on these InterCity services ... by the addition of two coaches to 31 of the 52 existing sets, thus turning them into 11-car trains ...
... brothers Bill and Walt pioneered vacuum tube based control units for R/C hobby use ... In the 1960s the availability of transistor-based equipment led to the rapid development of fully proportional servo-based systems, again driven ... Commercial sets often used ground standing transmitters, long whip antennas with separate ground poles and single vacuum tube receivers ...
... records on test tracks, the DJJ2, DJF2 and other domestically produced high speed trains were insufficiently reliable for commercial operation ... China's expansion must also be used to develop its own high-speed train building capacity through technology transfers ... The State Council, MOR and state-owned train builders, the China North Car (CNR) and China South Car (CSR) used China's large market and competition among foreign train-mak ...
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“The landscape of the northern Sprawl woke confused memories of childhood for Case, dead grass tufting the cracks in a canted slab of freeway concrete. The train began to decelerate ten kilometers from the airport. Case watched the sun rise on the landscape of childhood, on broken slag and the rusting shells of refineries.”
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