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The EJ&E, B&LE and Union Railroads were all US Steel properties that have since been sold. This footage is a compendium from one trip to Chicago (EJ&E), several trips to the Great Lakes (B&LE), and several trips to the Pittsburgh area (B&LE and Union) from 1988 to 2004.
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A quick demonstration on how to join up the electrical wire when cutting it and adding an extension. The method is called a "Western Union Splice" where you join two ends of the wire are twist it counter-clockwise, I then add some solder to secure the wire. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Budget Water Cooling Loop - Full Custom for Under $80" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpbTyfYlres -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Restored Detroit Electric car driving out of the Edison Tech Center and down the street. This one was owned by electrical engineer Charles P. Steinmetz at General Electric. 1914 model 48 Duplex-Drive Detroit Electric. This car can be seen at Union College. See our site on electric car history.
With the track installed it's now time to start the wiring process and get trains running and points working.
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How to fit a central heating pump.The real thing !! not some easy work bench change over job, but a real life situation.The location where you normally find central heating pumps in England, stuck under a small cupboard in a back breaking position. Saved you money on a plumber? Got your own plumbing or heating problem? Ask Al at: http://www.dereton33.com Want to donate? visit http://www.dereton33.com/page118.html. Not the video you were looking for? Save further searching. We have over 150 plumbing/heating videos that you really can do yourself! There is also an ask `AL tab` tab on our website. http://www.dereton33.co.uk
Union Pacific Turbines of the Wasatch UP 8500s, the world's most powerful gas turbines, were all but gone by 1969, but their memory lives on in railroading lore and in this wonderful video. You'll see the very thunder of these massive steel Goliaths as they pull heavy tonnage out of the Salt Lake Basin. There's never-ending action in this exhilarating documentary of turbine power on the Union Pacific Railroad!
Just installed my first commercial electrical circuit by myself (without supervision). I don't have (or use) a pipe bender so all of the transitions were done with fittings. TAKE THAT GERRY!!
The Fit-Out continues! Here Saxon and Emma take a deep dive into the strange world of boat electrical systems, tackling the joys of voltage drop calculations, spreadsheets and wire thicknesses! For further details, visit http://www.adventuresinzerogravity.com, or subscribe and check out our other boating videos!
D-118 1hr. 07min. The "Road" from 1955 to 1978 covering the electric, diesels and some steam. This is a nostalgic and technical look at electric, mountain railroading. See GE box-cabs, Joes, and Bi-polars in many great locations. Go inside substations and yards. Watch how the sturdy mountain-men of the "Road" dealt with poor funding and ancient, fading equipment to keep the trains running -- a "Yoeman's effort" to say the least. See and hear the start-up of the motor-generators at the Avery sub-station. The experience and the sounds and sights have been described as "raising the hairs on the back of your neck". Passenger and freight operations are covered. We review the rival GN, NP lines and "almost" merger partner, the Rock Island. Don't miss t...
UP No 64 Gas Turbine-Electric Veranda does its paces at the club layout
A historic early electric car, see a restored Baker Electric Car drives on rural roads at 25 mph, see the features of this restored vehicle in HD. It uses a tiller steering, and has 5 forward speeds. It was owned by the 2nd president of GE: E.W. Rice Jr. and was kept at his home in Schenectady, now the grounds of Union College. The motor was made in Schenectady and is dated 1903, although deeds from purchase show 1901. The motor may have been put in during the restoration to replace the original 1901 motor. It used a mercury arc rectifier for a battery charger and runs on 24 volts.
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The trouble-free EF-3s were the New Haven’s most powerful electrics, and they deserved a better fate than they got. Built in 1942 and 1943 by both Baldwin-Westinghouse and General Electric, the ten EF-3s were replacements for the road’s aging fleet of freight motors, the newest of which had been built in 1926. Externally, the EF-3s were near-identical twins of the EP-4 passenger motors delivered by General Electric in 1938. But New Haven passenger electrics were limited in weight by their need to enter Manhattan’s Grand Central Station over the weight-restricted Park Avenue Viaduct. Free of that restriction, the EF-3 freight motors were heavier and more powerful than their passenger sisters. Continuous horsepower rating for an EF-3 was 4,860 at its top speed of 65 mph, and short-term maxi...
UP Heritage Fleet E units throttle UP westbound out of Sidney to Point of the Rocks east of Potter, Nebraska - 2012 Locomotives 951, 949 and 963B are the last of Union Pacific's high-speed diesel-electrics built for service on the famous streamliner and domeliner passenger trains. The 2000 horsepower locomotives were built for the Union Pacific Railroad by the Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors and delivered in June 1955. EMD model E-9 units on Union Pacific, pulled such famous trains as the City of Los Angeles, City of Portland, City of San Francisco, City of St. Louis and the Challenger. Considered to be among the most graceful looking locomotives in American railroading, the sleek units evolved from the first Union Pacific streamlined locomotives back in 1934. The "E"...