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[. . . ] No other activity bonds parents, grandparents, and children like model railroading. RailKing Model Railroad Simulator brings this wholesome family fun to the 21st century with the comfort of your PC!This encyclopedia is THE place to gather all the answers on the type of railroad you are building. Whether building your first model, or if you have or been developing for years, this encyclopedia will help you make the right decisions. [. . . ] They hold liquid or slushy materials, slushy such as oil, chemicals, corn syrup, or kaolin mud (a type of wet dirt used to make magazine paper shiny). Tankers come in a variety of sizes and with and different numbers of domes on the roof depending on what materials they are materials to transport. A large volume of tank cars travel up and down the Mississippi river valley to the chemical plants on the Gulf of Mexico. Unit trains of tankers will sometimes service oil fields and refineries in Texas. Know your Cars! Encyclopedia Information for Passenger Cars While long-distance train travel is now unusual, for over a century, it was the longonly reliable way to go. The first passenger trains across the US shortened US New York to California travel time from 6 months to 7 days!Between 1900 and Between 1960, railroads competed for passengers by offering luxurious sl eeping cars, sleeping gourmet diner meals, high speed express schedules (100 mph became became commonplace), on-board maids and valets, rolling barbershops and baths, onand glass dome cars for watching the scenery. Train travel is more like a more cruise ship than an airplane or automobile trip. You can get up, stretch your legs, eat when you like, and meet new people in the lounge car. It is a comfortable, sociable, comfortable, fun way to travel. Know your Cars! Encyclopedia Information for Passenger Cars Heavyweights - Page 1/2 While nineteenth-century wooden cars were beautiful to look at and light to nineteenthpull, they were dangerous. In wrecks or derailments, cars would collapse, telescoping forward and crushing passengers. Then hot coals from the heating stoves would ignite the cars, cooking anyone who hadn't been crushed. As a result, all -steel cars were developed during the first decade of allthe 1900s. These cars weighed much more than wood cars, but were much stronger. Know your Cars! Encyclopedia Information for Passenger Cars Heavyweights - Page 2/2 In fact, many contained a full concrete pad under the floor, to ensure a low center of gravity and smooth ride. To support these new "heavyweight" cars, the number of wheels on the trucks were increased from 4 to 6. They They maintained the clerestory roofs (a central hump running the length of the car length that allowed greater headroom over the central aisle of the car and had little windows, to let in light) and vestibules (the car-end platforms were enclosed carand a rubber diaphragm connected the cars so travellers could pass through pass safely) of the earlier wooden cars, on longer, stronger bodies. Know your Cars! Encyclopedia Information for Passenger Cars Streamliners ­ Page 1/1 In the 1930s, car builders combined the new technology of stainl ess steel stainless construction with the current craze for "streamlined" art deco design. resulting passenger cars were lightweight and stylish, with flattened roofs flattened replacing the old clerestory hump and bright paint schemes replacing the old replacing varnish or Pullman green colours. Through the 1940s and into the early 1950s, streamliners symbolized all that was modern, glamorous, and fast in railroading. Know your Cars! Types of Passenger Cars Just as special kinds of freight cars exist to handle specific types of types freight, there are different passenger-car designs to handle various kinds passengerof travel. Railroaders call a list of the cars in a train a "consist. " "consist. " Passenger train consists vary depending on how far the train is going and what kind of people it is carrying. A long -distance passenger train longwould likely include a baggage car, diner, and some sleepers, wh ile a while weekday commuter train would probably have only coaches in its consist. Know your Cars! Encyclopedia Information for Passenger Cars Types of Passenger Cars ­ Page 1/7 HeadHead-end cars are various cars that go right behind the locomotive, and carry packages rather than passengers. The most important of these is the baggage car, car, which holds passengers' luggage. Trains sometimes used combine cars which had a baggage compartment up front and passenger seating area in the area rest of the car. Often these cars were designated smoking areas. Know your Cars! Encyclopedia Information for Passenger Cars Types of Passenger Cars ­ Page 2/7 Since passenger trains travel quickly and according to strict schedules, they schedules, have often been used to carry mail cars. [. . . ] For example, a 4-6-2 has four wheels behind the cowcatcher, six drivers, and 4two wheels under the firebox. An early (1902) order of 4-6-2s was made for the 4Missouri Pacific railroad, and the type became known as the "Pacific. " "Pacific. " Pacifics were smooth-riding at high speed and pulled most passenger trains smoothuntil the 1930s. Other wheel arrangements and nicknames are show n in the shown table on the next pages. General Information Encyclopedia Information for Classifying Steam Engines Page 2/3 Wheels OO OOO OOOO oOOO oOOOo oOOOO oOOOOo oOOOOoo oOOOOO oOOOOOo oOOOOOoo ooOO ooOOo Whyte system 0-4-0 0-6-0 0-8-0 2-6-0 2-6-2 2-8-0 2-8-2 2-8-4 2-10-0 102-10-2 102-10-4 104-4-0 4-4-2 Nickname Four wheel switcher Six wheel switcher Eight wheel switcher Mogul Prairie Consolidation Mikado Berkshire Decapod Santa Fe Texas American Atlantic General Information Encyclopedia Information for Classifying Steam Engines Page 3/3 Wheels ooOOO ooOOOo ooOOOoo ooOOOO ooOOOOo ooOOOOoo ooOOOOO ooOOOOOOo oOOO OOOooo oOOOO OOOOoo ooOOO OOOoo ooOOOO OOOOoo Whyte system 4-6-0 4-6-2 4-6-4 4-8-0 4-8-2 4-8-4 4-10-0 104-12-2 122-6-6-6 2-8-8-4 4-6-6-4 4-8-8-4 Nickname Ten Wheeler Pacific Hudson Twelve Wheeler Mountain or Mohawk Northern Mastodon Union Pacific Allegheny Yellowstone Challenger Big Boy General Information Encyclopedia Information for: The Work of Steam Locomotive Wheels Page 1/2 Each set of wheels on a steam locomotive serves a particular purpose: those purpose: on the pilot truck, the drivers, and those on the trailing truck. help to stabilize the front of the engine and steer the locomoti ve down the locomotive track. 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