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|Very long train.|
length: 1 mile or 1700 meters.
Train on its way from Seattle to Vancouver.
|I bumped into this train with container wagons by accident near Nisku, AB, Canada. I measured this train and it looks like it is almost 2 kilometres long (about 1950 meters). There's got to be more trains as long as or longer (2km+) than this one in GE.||09/23/2005||550|
|The bottom train is .99 miles long. Pretty long train if you ask me.||03/21/2006||663|
|A massively long train heading to Cloncurry in the deserts of Outback Australia.||04/05/2011||894|
|this train with two locomotives and 232 open mine wagons is very very long!! ---2,200m at least||04/01/2008||5,010|
|This train is 2160m long.||12/14/2007||502|
|The train is over 460 meters long, and it is located in Canada near a really small town or better a village.||08/16/2005||464|
|A long train ICE 320m. ||06/17/2007||858|
|The train of Tank cars attacked at this point by 2 Group on the night of 6/7 August 1944 is completely burned out. No truck count is possible but the train is approx. 820 feet long. Both tracks are blocked temorarily.||10/22/2008||677|
|A double headed loco nearly a mile and half long hauling freight in Canada.||06/22/2008||428|
|When you want to visit Sylt by car you have two ways. Either go to Romo in Denmark and take the ferry to List or you can take the train.|
You drive your car up on a train waggon and is driven to the train station on Westerland on Sylt or Niebüll on main land and cross the Hindenburg-Dam.
|This short train is the ICE Sprinter.|
It´s the High- Speed train between Colonge and Frankfurt.
Speed ist on this track 350 km/h (don´t ask how much in miles...*), the drivetime is 45 minutes
Normaly the ICE is 400 meters long, the Sprinter is only 200 meters. Inside the ICE lokks like a plane
*ca. 220 mph (Special service provided by Captain Hornblower)
|You can see a local train from the MVV (Mannheimer Verkehrsverbund) between Mannheim and Heddesheim, called Line 4. The train is a Lowerfloor-train from Düwag Type MGT 6.||06/13/2007||709|