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Nuts and Bolts of Railroad Terminology

When did trains transfer from steam to diesel power
1920s
1950s
1930s
1940s
True or False: Henry Flagler owned the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) Steam Locomotive #153 AND #113
True
False
What makes the FEC #113 a 4-6-2 rail car?
The number of windows
The number of crew members
The number of wheels
The number of passengers
What type of train is the FEC #113?
Prairie type
Pacific type
Atlantic type
Easter Type
How big are the wheels on the FEC #153?
6FT
9FT
5FT
10FT
What rail company did the #113 and #153 originally belong to?
Flagler Railway
Amtrak
Burlington Railway
Florida East Coast Railway
True or False: The FEC #113 and #153 were diesel powered?
True
False
Where are the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) Steam Locomotive #153 AND #113 stationed?
The Smithsonian
Gold Coast RailRoad Museum
Colorado Railroad Museum
B&O Railroad Museum
True or false: A crew has to stay with the locomotives to make sure the engine did not run cold
True
False
What produces the steam that powers steam powers trains?
Coal
diesel
Boiling water
Wood
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