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MTH UP 4500 Baby Turbine

By | Feb 7, 2017

Jet powered trains. In the 1950s, it seemed that everything would eventually be either atomic powered or jet powered. Maybe even rocket powered. General Electric was looking for a way to use it’s jet engine technology in a locomotive. The end result was the Union Pacific 4500hp “Baby” Turbine locomotive. Continue Reading >>

Originally posted 2015-01-15 05:44:24.

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