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High Speed

High Speed is a 1986 pinball game designed by Steve Ritchie and released by Williams Electronics. This game was based on Ritchie's real-life police chase inside a 1979 Porsche 928. He was finally caught in Lodi, California on Interstate 5 and accused of speeding at 146 mph..

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Shenzhen North Railway Station - Service
... station is the terminal for numerous G-series trains on the Shenzhen-Guangzhou-Wuhan-Zhengzhou high-speed line ... and Beijing West, making it the longest high speed rail journey possible in the world ... completed Hangzhou–Fuzhou–Shenzhen High-Speed Railway ...
High Speed - Video Game
... adapted High Speed into a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System Tradewest published the game, which is also called High Speed, in 1991 ...
Supermarine Spitfire Operational History - Photo Reconnaissance - Early Photo-reconnaissance Spitfires
... with cameras and extra fuel, could rely on high speed, a fast climb and high altitude to avoid enemy defences ... The first RAF high- speed, high-altitude photo-reconnaissance mission of the war took place on 18 November 1939 when Flt ... The pilot of a high-flying Spitfire would keep constant watch on the rear- view mirror to make sure that a contrail would not betray its presence ...
China Railways CRH3
... Railway Group Line(s) served Beijing-Tianjin high-speed rail Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link Specifications Train length CRH3C, CRH380B 200 m (656 ft 2 in) CRH380BL 399.27 m (1,309 ft 11 ... It is capable of service speed of 380 km/h (236 mph) as the very similar Velaro E used in Spain, but 300 mm (11.8 in) wider to take advantage of a more generous structure gauge and thus be ...

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