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Summary: GE Transportation, a unit of the General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), announced today that it has been awarded UIC certificates E-001/2009-02 for its EvolutionA V12 diesel locomotive engines that power its Evolution Series locomotives.
Today is the first time in nearly 15 years that a working steam locomotive engine is being seen on the Kenyan mainline.
Tenders are invited for Centrifugal Lube Oil Cleaner For Diesel Locomotive Engine To Drg.
In 1987, he fashioned a huge locomotive engine from straw and it hung from Glasgow's Finnieston Crane for three months.
It was said that David had more pulling power than a locomotive engine and lived in the belief that tomorrow was another day.
Mr Hennessy survived because he was at the front of the train, which had cleared the bridge, and the twin locomotive engine applied its brakes when put under the immense strain.
The tests have not been scaled up to a full-size 12- or 16-cylinder locomotive engine.
The locomotives will be equipped with EPA Tier 3-compliant emissions technology and will be manufactured in Boise, Idaho with the locomotive engine kits being supplied by GE Transportation.
It was decided to offer a prize of pounds 500 for the successful construction of a locomotive engine which could meet strict specifications.
For your chance to win one of the six trips on offer, just answer the following question Who invented the first steam locomotive engine A) Robert Louis Stevenson B) George Stephenson C) Alexander Graham Bell To enter call the competition hotline on 0901 380 1287 before the lines close at midday on Thursday, August 25, 2005 and leave the answer, your name, address and a daytime telephone number.
Known as the father of the railways, Stephenson is generally accredited with the creation of the locomotive engine.
It is on the production lines of eastern Europe and beyond where Britain's private rail companies look for a new locomotive engine to pull their aged and creaking railstock.