Drag Racing 1/4 Mile times 0-60 Dyno Fast Cars Muscle Cars

Ride the Virginian EL-2b Electric Locomotive

you are riding 1:29 scale Virginian Railway of class EL-2b Electric locomotive powerful of 8 motor block by Aristo-Craft, riding around loop on Tooele Valley and Erda Western.


More Videos...

EO Movie
Kiwirail's EO Electric locomotives were the life blood of the Midland line in the South Island hauling coal trains through the steep Otira tunnel. But they were removed from service and left in storage for 12 years. This is the story of their new life helping out the over stretched commuter rail system in Wellington in the North Island. Enjoy

(HD) Classic West Coast Electrics at work
Now available in 1080p HD! Since electrification was completed in part in 1960 and fully in 1974, the West Coast Mainline from London Euston to Glasgow Central has featured some of the greatest diversity in Electric Locomotives in the world. Since the Class 81 locomotives rolled out of British Thomson-Houston's in Birmingham in 1959, the line has seen the following classes operate routinely along the route: - Class 81 (AL1): Designed by British Thomson-Houston, 25 examples, 100mph mixed use AC electric locomotive, in service 1959-1991 - Class 82 (AL2): Designed by Metropolitan-Vickers, 10 examples, 100mph mixed use later ECS AC electric locomotive, in service 1960 - 1987 - Class 83 (AL3): Designed by English Electric, 15 examples, 100mph mixed use later ECS AC electric locomotive, in service 1960 - 1989 - Class 84 (AL4): Designed by North British Locomotive Company, 10 examples, 100mph mixed use later ECS AC electric locomotive, in service 1960 - 1980 - Class 85 (AL5): Designed by British Railways' Doncaster Works, 40 examples, 100mph mixed use later freight only AC electric locomotive, in service 1961 - 1992 - Class 86 (AL6): Designed by English Electric, built at Doncaster and Vulcan Foundry, 100 examples, 110mph mixed use now freight AC electric locomotive, in service 1965 (- 2004 Passenger) - present (Freight) - Class 87: Designed by BREL Crewe Works, 36 examples, 110mph mixed use later passenger AC electric locomotive, in service 1973 - 2005 (see further use in Bulgaria) - Class 90: Designed by BREL Crewe Works, 50 examples, 110mph mixed use AC electric locomotive, in service 1987 - 2003 (West Coast Passenger services), 1987 - present (West Coast freight and other operations) Today the locomotive hauled days of the West Coast Mainline are now a memory as the mass introduction of the Class 390 tilting Pendolino units and the Class 221 Super Voyager units saw an end to many of these are working classes of locomotives. Thankfully, due to the hard work of enthusiast groups, many of these locomotives continued to be a frequent sight on the WCML on tours and preservation runs, reawakening the former glory days of these magnificent machines: - Class 81 - 85: Currently there are no operational examples in preservation although the AC locomotive group plans to return these locomotives to working order with a hope of seeing these return to the mainline. - Class 86: Freight operator Freightliner currently has 14 operational locomotives on its books and continues to be the only operator of the Class 86's in revenue earning service as of 2013. In preservation, the AC Locomotive Group and Electric Traction Limited currently own 5 locomotives (86401, 86101, 86701, 86702 and 86213) whilst private owner Les Ross owns a single example (86259). A recent report by ETL has stated that it has pulled out of mainline operations, leaving its fleet with the prospect of either scrapping or export. This will result in 86259 being the only mainline registered and operational Class 86 at work on the WCML outside of the Freightliner examples. - Class 87: Of the fleet of 36 locomotives, 3 are currently in preservation. 87001 now resides at the National Railway Museum, 87002 is owned by ETL but following the 2013 report it is expected to be sold to Bulgaria and join its fellow surviving classmates on freight duties there, and 87035 currently resides as a static exhibit at the Crewe Heritage Centre. - Class 90: Class 90's continue to be frequent operators on the WCML running the Caledonian Sleeper service from London to Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as working freight operations with DB Schenker and Freightliner. All other examples that formerly worked for Virgin West Coast now carry out operations for Greater Anglia on the Great Eastern Mainline whilst many former Railfreight Distribution examples reside at Crewe International Electric Maintenance Depot in long term storage. With that said, sit back and enjoy 20 or so minutes of non-stop AC Electric action!

Finnish electric locomotive Sr1 / Sähköveturi Sr1
Finnish electric locomotive Sr1 Sr1 is the first electric locomotive of Finland. Maximum speed is 140 km/h. It has continous power rating of 3100 kW, one hour output of 3280 kW and unoffical power rating (1500V wagon electricity counted too) of about 5000 kW. Electric supply is 25 kV 50 Hz ac overhead wire. Traction motors are 4 DC /820 kW/motor (offical), controlled by Strömberg-manufactured (former Finnish company, nowadays part of ABB) thyristor power rectifier drive. It was ordered from USSR, mainly because of political reasons. It is manufactured in Novochserkassk Electric Locomotive Works, former USSR. First locomotives were delivered on year 1973. Last production model from factory was delivered on 1985. Two additional locomotives were built at the Hyvinkää Machine Workshop in 1993 and 1995, number 3111 from spare parts and number 3112 from the original prototype locomotive (number 3000) that was never used. The locomotives originally carried a dark red livery, with white stripes around and below the cab windows. The stripes were later replaced with yellow warning panels (resembling stylished wings) below the cab windows. From the early 1990s onwards this livery has been replaced by a white livery with red stripes. The nicknames for these locomotives are "Siperian susi" (Wolf of Siberia; it comes from the typical sound of Sr1, when it passes you can heard the "wolf crying" ; in Finnish slang "susi" can also mean a poorly manufactured object. Two Sr1 class locomotives have been damaged beoynd repair, number 3048 in an accident in Jokela in 1996 and number 3089 in an accident in Jyväskylä in 1998. There is a total 110 Sr1-class locomotives in service today. More information of locomotive: http://www.kotimaki.com/rautatie/rstock/sr1.shtml http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VR_Class_Sr1

Mz 1403 med godstog Aarhus 2000-Part 1
Lkf. Rasmussen fremfører Mz 1403 G 40701 fra Århus mod Padborg den 25. april 2000.

MSTS Hungary: Villanymozdonyok (Electric Locomotives)
Microsoft Train Simulatorban vezethető magyarországi villamosmozdonyok. Hungarian electric locomotives in MSTS (Microsoft Train Simulator) Ungarisch E-loks in Microsoft Train Simulator 00:08 V60 (Series V60) 01:19 V40 (Series V40) 02:21 V41/V42 (Series V41/V42) 04:33 V43 (Series V43) 08:33 V46 (Series V46) 09:44 V63 (Series V63) 11:37 Siemens ES64U2 "Taurus" 13:29 Bombardier TRAXX2

AMTRAK .. New Haven,Ct 1981. New Electric Locomotives
When I returned a year later ,the GG 1's were gone. Only four E 8's and a couple of E 60's of the original group remained.Only five RS 3's were seen here in New Haven,Ct. on August 31,1981. The New Electrics were still being used as trailing units until being qualified and hadn't even got their first coat of dirt..

MTH 20-5525-1 PRR E-33 Rectifier Electric w/Proto-Sound 2.0
MTH 20-5525-1 PRR E-33 Rectifier Electric w/Proto-Sound 2.0 The operating history of the Rectifier Electric Locomotive dates back to the 1890s when Peter Cooper-Hewitt discovered how a mercury rectifier actually works. About the same time, Charles Steinmetz of General Electric (GE) was also working on this operating principle to identify converters for commercial and industrial applications for the process. A railway vehicle application occurred in 1906, which initiated years of rail car experimentation on a few railroad lines. Following World War II, a device known as the Ignitron came to the forefront in the experimentation of rectifier technology. The use of the Ignitron on railway units helped to open the door for electrification and modernization of railroads. The E-33 Rectifier Electric Train has a somewhat complicated history in that it first made an appearance as the Virginian EL-3a. Once the Virginia Railway merged with the Norfolk & Western, these locomotives were classified as EF-4s. That's when the New Haven Railroad bought several of them for $20,000 each. The E-33 Rectifier Electric Locomotive represents a significant point in the electrification and modernization of railroads. The M.T.H. Premier Line E-33 Rectifier Electric Locomotive reflects the importance of this engine in its authentic detail and special features listed below. (2) Remotely Controlled Proto-Couplersr Metal Chassis (2) Precision Flywheel Equipped Motors Locomotive Speed Control Illuminated Number Boards Intricately Detailed ABS Body Directionally Controlled Headlights Die-Cast Truck

Русский Электровоз【Russian Electric Locomotive】Picture【HD720P】
. Music for:【YouTube:AudioSwap】Is not my music . Cautioned: This video prohibit commercial . Rail fans there is no distinction of nationality . Thank you for your watch & comments . YouTube @ vladimir2366fa .

Electric Locomotive 5100 kw Made in Romania
The Electric Locomotive MAde in Romania ASEA licent Product 5100kw

Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 Leaving Stockton, Utah
May,2nd 2014 Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 Leaving Stockton, Utah heading to Salt Lake City, UT "Heading Home from Covina, CA to Cheyenne, WY "

Lionel Virginian 2-6-6-2 Articulated- Changing Tracks
Lionel Virginian 2-6-6-2 Steam Locomotive with Railsounds 5.0 changing tracks to pick up long train of MTH Coal Hoppers. Filmed on the Chicagoland Lionel Railroad Club Layout. SEE MY OTHER VIDEOS!!

NS, Circus train stops to feed elephants.
A few clips of NS 9324 with #o48 on the ex-Virginian Deep Water line pulling the Ringling Brothers red unit. The train makes a stop to feed and care for the elephants at Ellmore yard outside of Mullins WVa. Then a clip of the train crossing the trestle at Sweeneyburg, which is out of sequence. 4-19-2004

Outdoor Model trains
Aristocraft 1/29 scale GM EMD E8 with freight train on my outdoor test track.

Virginian (Coal Train/NS Unit), 07-23-2012
VGN (NS) coal train on the Norfolk & Western at Saratoga St. in Suffolk, Virginia. This train has the following diesel locomotives: NS #1069 EMD SD-70ACe (Virginian Railway) Heritage Unit and NS #8016 GE ES44AC both are owned by Norfolk Southern Railway.

BB304 Locomotive Cab Riding, ParungPanjang-Cicayur
ParungPanjang - Cicayur, Locomotive Cab Riding, BB304 KA 891 Langsam (RangkasBitung - Jakarta Kota)

Which car is faster? Which Car is Faster?

Similar 1/4 mile timeslips to browse:

1986 Mercury Cougar : 6.800 @ 204.000
stefan peterson, Engine: 511 KB, Supercharger: 14/71 Tires: m/t

1967 Mercury Cougar : 9.110 @ 145.500
Tyler Shallenburger, Engine: 461w sbf dart block, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: n/a Tires: Hoosier c07 28 10.5

1967 Mercury Cougar standard: 9.360 @ 142.000
Tony Malone, Engine: 393 W, Tires: Mickey Thompson

1969 Mercury Cougar xr7 elimanator: 10.154 @ 130.200
morris, Engine: 557, Tires: 32-15-15

1970 Mercury Cougar : 10.418 @ 133.000
Tony Barnes, Engine: 460,

1968 Mercury Cougar Standard: 10.820 @ 123.000
Frank Giallonardo, Engine: 351C, Tires: GoodYear

1984 Mercury Cougar lx: 11.174 @ 121.590
BOB OBERG, Engine: 331 n/a, Tires: 28x10.5

1967 Mercury Cougar GT: 11.224 @ 119.340

1970 Mercury Cougar Std: 11.395 @ 122.980
Allenman, Engine: 351W,

1996 Mercury Cougar XR7 Special Edition: 11.891 @ 113.600
Steve Dugan, Engine: Stock 4.6L 281 PI 2V Bullitt Intake, Supercharger: NA Turbos: NA Tires: Front 28 Goodyears/Rear 28

1969 Mercury Cougar : 11.910 @ 117.000
Luke Huckaba, Engine: 351w, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: n/a Tires: MT ET Streets, 28x11.5

2010 Ferrari California : 11.910 @ 116.910
NA, Engine: V8: 453HP,

2010 Ferrari California : 12.310 @ 117.030
NA, Engine: V8: 453 HP, Tires: Pirelli P Zero

1968 Mercury Cougar : 12.345 @ 108.540
Kenny Bush, Engine: 289 Mercury, Tires: 29.5x10-15 M/T

1997 Mercury Cougar XR-7: 12.740 @ 109.230
Mitchell Gunter, Engine: '03 4.6L, Tires: M/T ET drag rad.

1970 Mercury Cougar : 12.830 @ 104.630
Dennis Wilson, Engine: 351w, Supercharger: na Turbos: na Tires: 28.5 x 10

2006 Yamaha YZ 250 2 stroke: 12.940 @ 97.550
Daniel Eising, Engine: 249cc, Supercharger: - Turbos: - Tires: knobbies

1999 Mercury Cougar 2.5 V6 MTX: 13.255 @ 110.320
Aaron Hayes, Engine: stock, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: n/a Tires: BFG 225/50 drag radials

1999 Mercury Cougar 3L: 13.451 @ 104.350
Aaron, Engine: 3L Duratec, Tires: Kumho ultra sport escta

1966 Mercury Cougar ss: 13.953 @ 98.930
Les Hughes, Engine: 406 ford fe, Turbos: no Tires: mt 11


©2014 DragTimes - Disclaimer