155 Miles An Hour On Electric Road

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Friday, March 1, 1901
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7-7
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Q wx ,mu Germany WWW Hr. Fleld Wifli Rial @¥91 way QT Futlmif; FROM BERLIN To zossm Cars Now Building and Will Be NIH nlng Before the End of the Year KAW ER WILHELM INTERESTED Experts llere Say They See No Dlficultles ll the W;y ol Alulnlnf Such 1 Speed. That Germany is mnktng bi( strldu In thi dlrectlon ol’ tha dvvelnprnent of aleetriéll rallwnys li shown In n report whloh hll just ncachetl lhln country. During the present year A rlllroed. with elnctrlrlty an tho mollve power, vdll,b| ln et-nslructlon_ the report-|ny|_ from Borlln to Zossen, un thu mllltary llne_ nnd lt. 1| hoped that -trnlns will develop A lpeed ol 156 mllcs an hour, A Thln new. was contalned ln w rsport IGH! to \\'n»hlngton by Rlchard Guenther. tho Unltrd States Consul Genera! ln P`X'l~|lkfBl'\» tlnzler dale of .hnuirv lt hu wrote:-at J .,§‘ fl,'flRlf'1\..El"l‘l.."§.'2l.'k.?".§‘f"»».‘l'}2.¢..f.‘ nm wtm-l nf mu-uulon ul nn llilfki In l'r|vy uuuuelllor llnuwrulu. nunortnlfinioll of I "i“‘ °‘l.'5l'~§l5.‘ilt‘ é?;.'TAL‘,$f‘l-l.t"F.¥.¥‘,.”»a¢‘J‘=? f;`-12111, hl:n»¢\f -1 belun lu fnxrlgg 5 ¢°wl>ll¢° rhfllrlgruzlhlellnlllnl 5: lllw ‘;;|{V"'°f °°"n'd lm ` rl KT tho nvceullty ol ¢‘D¢|.!§f :`l::l(r::|l\mrLlT:|‘v:lfor Qlrect |nv1.r\(\|d Milli* report paste day Nlkoln Tesla who hu not Klvcn muah ‘hought to the prnctlcal 0901 tlun of railroads suld \\ hlle l urn not | nllnlrd with Us d|!l\l| of lhn lnlyrt l hurl ly eomrmond the nn at ell < trlf ty me the propulsion nf unnger unln 1'hc-rn ure two vuyu ln whllh K mly lr ml nvallnhll rn lhlu pu vllthnnz con|ld¢r\ the llorlgn hnttnry lhrr elm-trirlg ln Ill » 1-tl to ua urn nu ny tue hl n sync :nn nn centre- n rnnee y . cnnuldnr lt n rnllnnnl dopnrturu lx lun ho reullly nlluwn that by nfopilnl l mper :team englne und dynamo l tru n can DI pn\p¢~ll»\l \ltl\ grntwr lpoml h tha nlfdrl I pllented than b tho dlrevl :put ntlon sg an The same eonnl rntlnnn mlm wp{ to t d DC! B llnern and tlm ndoptlun of mllt plump im! drlvrn hy neun tlirlmlmnu would mltarll I are-nne the czonctn uf1}£rnpnl|l4\|\ of ocall unl mlm the a Q- e llrnt lhparlugr klnd nlll be n rl! uucfeu, and 1 be ¢\'8,'%I¢ nl. n time not d stint me lam w ll be ¢a ed OU l con ectnrv bowu-or that the pllin :Mit lu dated n Germany lnvolven tha mp y of U r rlvlty ln souls vu; to me tnlnn 'mm mul ntitlnml ln thln mnnner urlqllentlonnlxly, ¢ grentvn rqrfwl In nttnlnnhle nu the Amount ‘M energy 1| nm llmlu-d by xlw welgnt ot ure can 1!E(,l\\l\G ALREADY HAD! A \I Young, of 1\o 100 Broadway ll ll expert ln electrical mllwn; constructlcm Ho ls tl lending splrlt ln the Albany and Hudson Railroad nm] Power Lumpany which oper ales n thlrd rnll rorul extendlng from Hudpon. to Albany. n distance nt thirty-nve l'n|I||.` On Lhls line pusscnger and freight trnlnl_ In run nt an average speed of Lhlrty-l\vs.*0t forty miles an hour, while a speed of ll!!! miles lm: been ntlnlned, 'Mr. Yuung gqqgl lt would not surprise mé In the leut M "D~"'1l<‘»f 155 mllen an hour uttnlned an An CIO r-lll\\'ny. It all deywndx on thu canlhuel ‘ cnltwr. In xhls country l~\'!ue¢¢ to in nl trains ruwnln nl A s»~=d al l00 miles .lhi ‘ rélrulnrly, nm tnnt be ur- long. too. Charles W. Prlce, the edltor ot tha Zhou trlcal~Revlew, saldz- I ‘ l 1 0 ll ?Q3,£i.1T°l1,"l£ .‘l.f:’:.:l.»:.':,_°°fl& 'l2“‘.2 llrvlr rennlble. und. Indeed npukln 'vrlth gg. pvrtn some time up on tal; vor rniject (ld wld 200 mlleu nu hour_\vnu not ga lmpo||lSl|,, Other men ln ponltlonu to cnk' t, g lively spoke well 01 the projggh Ing” “gms Pm: electrlelty was the motive powemf gpg LllUl'(‘. The New York Herald March 1. 1901 ,f, y 7 '_ , ~ al’ - 4* 7 ' fl ff I » ~ ll l ' 'warn t l'f-rg , ; _ “~. ¢l` llfn ln rl-nmt»e' I _rl h h ldl l<‘ b _llellmcnn ll! ` _ - 42 ‘ l. " ,¢ ' ws. - - km " ” -l 1 ,* ' " 2* *Tj ' | » I ' ' °§_ I ; ~ ' , ‘ V. f 2 tl' t-r-wsen llarlln md tho r»r|l\¢‘|l1l\ *NN vt W* <»lfm»n emplre. lm nw v\\fv°°° “f "mfg ull- nu_\.»<>t ll mnntwf or pmnllnnu lndnnull Amr tprutlng hmm for-umi lyme lime nl" I muh!! Inv-nllgrnlluu. 'fhw dell/lwrnttonnl TY tbl! \rt}l probably rnull ln Ihr \‘(""\ nl f°\' 7' ° mlfn.; tn. .~\len~n{_’_‘y»»;r \ffll“'_d’\:fl§,~‘§‘ a‘l:\"‘7 1 lu p uv l:£l‘yip|ln¢lly. the nlllllary llm m - Z ru. wfylntllluffga that 1 rpm! of fmm ‘LN to nxllt-n per Wann: un ln- utnlnnd vi mmm' wmnn nm wil: 1-» mln; n(h:u$`g§~n:§\lm.m'n I ' Ilnt' I ' l|:ll`llfl~f"\\;’l;ll»ln¢ the Tal. Whlfth ttllrlylev.-n mllm per our for In?" I ur." lm mlm per umr. nnll nr d"\'° ‘ ‘*',¥fh", `¢|lgly_ uv ldeul rullwoy of the tulurq ` bvvc rt1'u-ul. nexvnrrrn Ann nn~n|u\nsn. . - l"l1-clrlclnns In thls c0\1ntl')'. Ind ¢’P’°"“y thuse- who nre concerned ln the conutfuetllm of rnllwnys, v-'\‘r'B mU\5\ l lnteruled ln IMI

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