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Kearney high-speed railway

Elfric Wells Chalmers Kearney

Kearney high-speed railway

by Elfric Wells Chalmers Kearney

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Published by Kearney High-Speed Railway Company in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith introduction by The Right Hon. Lord Headley.
ContributionsKearney High-Speed Railway Company.
The Physical Object
Paginationp.307-356 :
Number of Pages356
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13839994M

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High speed train doesn’t have a worldwide standard over its speed. But in existing system and lines a high speed. train can obtain speeds up to or km/h (newly proposed line can elevate it up to km/h). Figure Competitive advantage of high speed rail 23 Figure Journey time advantage of high speed rail 24 Figure Trains per direction per day on high speed lines 28 Figure The potential demand for and benefits of high speed rail 29 Figure Population density - More details The Kearney High-Speed Railway.

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The scheme was promoted by the Kearney High-Speed Tube Railway Company Ltd. and proposed the construction of an underground railway operated on an unusual monorail system patented by Kearney. Trains would run on a single rail with four double-flanged wheels under each carriage; wheels mounted on the roof would run along an upper guide rail above the train.

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