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Chattenden and Upnor Railway

The Chattenden and Upnor Railway was a narrow gauge railway serving the military barracks and depot at Upnor and associated munitions and training depots. It was built in 1873 as a 18 in gauge railway, converted to 2 ft 6 in narrow gauge around 1 ...

                                               

Melbourne line

The Melbourne Line was a railway line which ran from Derby to Ashby de la Zouch. It was used by the British Army and Allied engineers during the Second World War from 1939 until late 1944 to prepare them for the invasion of mainland Europe. Engin ...

                                               

Rowtor Target Railway

The Rowtor Target Railway was built 1959 as a target railway based on an older target railway. The 1.480-foot 450 m long track consists of a long straight section and one curve, to which balloon loops were added each end as well as a double track ...

                                               

Spurn Point Military Railway

The Spurn Point Military Railway was a railway line in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It extended for 3.75 miles, connecting Kilnsea with Spurn Point in the Humber Estuary. The line was built to supply military installations along this st ...

                                               

War Department Light Railways

The War Department Light Railways were a system of narrow gauge trench railways run by the British War Department in World War I. Light railways made an important contribution to the Allied war effort in the First World War, and were used for the ...

                                               

562 Parachute Squadron Royal Corps of Transport (Volunteers)

1947 When the Territorial Army TA was reformed in the UK, the Order of Battle included the 16th Airborne Division TA, which had its Divisional Headquarters in Chelsea, South-West London. The Division included a Royal Army Service Corps RASC Colum ...

                                               

Army Transport Service

The United States Army Transport Service operated Army transport ships for both troop transport and cargo service between United States ports and overseas posts. This service is often confused with the Army Transportation Service, created in Fran ...

                                               

Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation

Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation was the Army command structure and distributed port infrastructure in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia supporting movement of personnel and cargo overseas. It had been activated as the Newport News Port of Emba ...

                                               

Trippel SG6

In 1935 Hanns Trippel began the construction of all-terrain amphibious vehicle prototypes. In 1936 a factory was established in Hamburg for the mass production of such vehicles. Commercial pendant is provided with a buoyancy body of the ship, the ...

                                               

Train reporting number (Australia)

Train reporting numbers are used on Australian railway networks to help network operators, and other users, coordinate train movements and identify trains. The numbers are used similarly to airline flight numbers, and enable a train to be identif ...

                                               

Berlinetta

The term Berlinetta refers to a sports coupe, typically with two seats but also including 2+2 cars. The original meaning for Berlinetta in Italian" a small saloon.” Introduced in the 1930-ies, the term was popularized by Ferrari in the 1950-ies. ...

                                               

Brougham (car body)

A brougham was originally a car body style where the driver sat outside and passengers seated within an enclosed cabin, as per the earlier brougham horse-drawn carriage. Similar in style to the later town car, the brougham style was used on chauf ...

                                               

Cabrio coach

A cabrio coach or semi-convertible is a type of car that has a retractable textile roof, similar to a convertible/cabriolet. The difference is that where a convertible often has the B-pillar, C-pillar and other bodywork removed, the cabrio-coach ...

                                               

Car body configurations

The configuration of a car body is typically determined by the layout of the engine, passenger and luggage volumes, which can be shared or separately articulated. A key design feature are the cars roof supporting pillars, described from front to ...

                                               

Coupe de Ville

Coupe de ville - also known as town car, sedanca de ville or coupe de ville - is a car body style produced from 1908 to 1939 with an external or open-topped drivers position and an enclosed compartment for passengers. Although the different terms ...

                                               

Forecar

A Forecar is a body style of small vehicles that were produced in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Forecars were produced with three or four wheels and by companies which produced light cars or motorcycles. In this type of body, the passen ...

                                               

High wheeler

A high wheeler is a car which uses large diameter wheels that are similar to those used by horse-drawn vehicles. These cars were produced until about 1915, predominantly in the United States.

                                               

Landau (automobile)

Landau, when used in referencing an automobile, generally means a simulated convertible. Nash Rambler Landau carriage convertible introduced in 1950. Landau ornamental bar, located on the rear panel vans in the quarter, mainly used on hearses.

                                               

Landaulet (car)

A landaulet, also known as landaulette, is a car body style where the rear passengers are covered by a convertible top. Often the driver is separated from the rear passengers by a division, as with a limousine. During the first half of the 20th c ...

                                               

Phaeton body

A phaeton is a style of open automobile without any fixed weather protection, which was popular from the 1900s until the 1930s. It is an automotive equivalent of the horse-drawn fast, lightweight phaeton carriage. Popular style in the United Stat ...

                                               

Roadster utility

A roadster utility - also known as a "roadster pickup" or "light delivery" - is an automobile with an open-topped roadster body and a rear cargo bed. The concept is similar to that of the coupe utility, however with a convertible roof instead of ...

                                               

Station wagon

A station wagon, also called an estate car, estate or wagon, is a car body style which has a two-box design, a large cargo area and a rear tailgate that is hinged to open for access to the cargo area. The body style is similar to a hatchback car, ...

                                               

Touring car

Touring car and tourer are both terms for open cars. Touring is an open car built in the United States, which seats four or more people. The style was popular in the early 1900s until the 1920-ies. The vehicles used for touring car racing in diff ...

                                               

Secret Servix Scooter Club

The Secret Servix Scooter Club is an all female vintage scooter club started in Denver, CO, in 1995. The members all ride vintage Vespas and Lambrettas, with vintage being defined as metal-bodied, geared scooters. Today, the Secret Servix is the ...

                                               

Ann Arbor–Detroit Regional Rail

Ann Arbor–Detroit Regional Rail is a planned regional rail link along the Michigan Line between the cities of Ann Arbor and Detroit, Michigan, a total length of 39.72 miles. The project would connect with a proposed Detroit bus rapid transit serv ...

                                               

Eastern Corridor Commuter Rail

Based in southwest Ohio, the Eastern Corridor Program is a regional effort that integrates roadway network improvements, new rail transit, expanded bus service, bikeways and walking paths to improve travel and access between Greater Cincinnatis e ...

                                               

Tri-Rail

Tri-Rail is a commuter rail line linking Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, Florida, United States. The Tri prefix in the name refers to the three counties served by the railroad: Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade. Tri-Rail is managed ...

                                               

Railways in Adelaide

The rail network in Adelaide, South Australia, consists of six lines and 89 stations, totalling 125.9 km. It is operated by Adelaide Metro, and is part of the citywide Adelaide Metro public transport system. All lines around Adelaide were origina ...

                                               

List of rail services in Rhineland-Palatinate

The services of the Rhineland-Palatinate integrated regular-interval timetable Rheinland-Pfalz-Takt are summarised below. Sections outside of the Rhineland-Palatinate are in italics.

                                               

List of railway routes in Hesse

The Rhine-Main Transport Association has given unique numbers to its regional railway services in regular operation. Rhine-Main S-Bahn lines have a single digit with an "S" prefix, as is standard in Germany, while the remaining lines have two-dig ...

                                               

List of regional railway lines in North Rhine-Westphalia

The List of regional rail lines in North Rhine-Westphalia provides a list of all Regional-Express and Regionalbahn railway lines in North Rhine-Westphalia. The passenger rail service in North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the densest train services ...

                                               

Hong Kong–Shenzhen Western Express Railway

Hong Kong–Shenzhen Western Express Railway is a proposed cross-border railway offering three future distinct services, Hong Kong International Airport – Shenzhen Baoan International Airport direct connection, Hung Shui Kiu–Qianhai cross border se ...

                                               

Urban rail transit in India

There are currently 13 operational rapid transit also called metro systems in 21 cities in India. For instance, the Delhi Metro itself is connected to few other nearby cities in the National Capital Region. As of August 2019, India has 671.52 kil ...

                                               

Bengaluru Commuter Rail

Bengaluru Commuter Rail is approved in 2019 Railway Budget for suburban railway service for the city of Bangalore. On 1st February 2020, finance minister, Nirmala Sitharaman mentioned in her budget that the project would be implemented at cost of ...

                                               

Delhi Suburban Railway

Delhi Suburban Railway is a suburban rail service operated by Northern Railway for the National Capital Region. This railway service covers Delhi, along with the adjoining districts of Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Sonipat and other adjoining places in H ...

                                               

Chrysler Proving Grounds

Location: 34°52′29″N 114°7′31″W Arizona proving Ground has more than 50 miles 80 km of concrete and earthen surfaces on 3.840 acres of the 15.5 km 2, which is conducted continuously. It includes five miles 8 km high-speed banked oval track, with ...

                                               

Carling station

Carling is an O-Train station on the Trillium Line, one block west of the intersection of Carling Avenue and Preston Street in Ottawa, Ontario. It is near Dows Lake the western terminal of the Rideau Canal skating rink and a key site during the C ...

                                               

Cyrville station

Cyrville is a station on the Confederation Line of Ottawas O-Train light metro system, located at Cyrville Road and the Queensway.

                                               

Mooneys Bay station

Mooneys Bay is an O-Train station along the Trillium Line located near Heron Road and Bronson Avenue in Ottawa, Ontario, which primarily serves the Government of Canada offices in the Confederation Heights area, and students from Brookfield High ...

                                               

Orleans Express

Orleans Express is a coach operator in Quebec, Canada. It runs buses exclusively in Quebec. Maritime Bus, a subsidiary of Coach Atlantic Group, provides service throughout Atlantic Canada connecting with Orleans Express at Riviere-du-Loup in Queb ...

                                               

Overland Custom Coach

Overland Custom Coach, Inc is a London, Ontario-based builder of customized vehicles and buses. Founded in 1981, is a supplier of tour, Shuttle service and persons with reduced mobility ground floor and lift equipped buses to the canadian market ...

                                               

Transport Scolaire Sogesco

Sogesco is the largest private transportation company in Quebec, Canada. School Transportation Sogesco Ink. founded in 1989, specializiruetsya in the organization of school transport, and also provides paratransit and transit services of the city ...

                                               

Tremblay station

Tremblay is an O-Train station on the Confederation Line in Ottawa, Ontario which serves the Ottawa railway station, connecting to Via Rail inter-city services. The station opened on September 14, 2019 to replace the former Transitway bus rapid t ...

                                               

Winnipeg Bus Terminal

The Union Bus Depot was constructed in the 1930s, opened on December 12, 1936, and operated out of 264 Hargrave St., a site where True North Square development currently stands. Today, the old bus station Winnipeg on Portage Ave. became the Balmo ...

                                               

Buses in Lowestoft

Buses in Lowestoft in the English county of Suffolk provide public transport in and around the town. Buses were first introduced in the town by Lowestoft Corporation Tramways in 1927 and replaced original tram services by 1931. The Corporation be ...

                                               

Reeve Burgess

Reeve Burgess was a bus body manufacturer based in Pilsley, North East Derbyshire in the United Kingdom. It was a subsidiary of Plaxton from 1980 until its closure in 1991.

                                               

Amarillo City Transit

Amarillo City Transit, marketed under the moniker of ACT, is the primary provider of mass transportation in Amarillo, Texas. The agency was established in 1966, after a municipal takeover of private bus transportation. Thirteen routes run through ...

                                               

Arvin Transit

Arvin Transit is the operator of mass transportation in Arvin, California. Four routes operate in and around the city, which serves most of the urban development. There are additional routes which connect Arvin with Lamont, and the Tejon Industri ...

                                               

Ashland Bus System

Ashland Bus System provides the municipal bus service in the City of Ashland, Kentucky and its nearby suburbs. Unlike many such services, it is operated by the city government itself. Its routes also reach the suburbs, including Ceredo, West Virg ...

                                               

Bay Town Trolley

The Bay Town Trolley is the primary provider of mass transportation in Bay County, Florida. The system is referred to as a trolley service, because most of the buses in the agencys fleets are designed in the style of tourist trolleys. In 2009, th ...