generalelectricOn July 23, 1966, railroad engineer Don Wetzel and his colleagues attached two GE J-47-19 engines to the roof of a stock commuter car and sent their creation down a straight section of Ohio tracks. It reached speeds of 183 miles per hour, setting a U.S. rail speed record that still stands today. Although the jet train was scrapped years ago, we brought it back to life in a winter wonderland. @getransportation
- odenmemphisHow cool is that?! Thx ge
- janthonyivSo wild!
- andyfletchertrainsThanks for recreating this great moment in railroad #history. This story is always inspiring that @generalelectric jet engines helped Don Wetzel set the record. Great video for #railfans, #lego fans and #airplane enthusiasts! 🚂🚝✈️😀👍
- antogina@generalelectric unbelievable 😍
- harrisporterI love ge
- danielpresslerBest content 👍🏽
- ibnurashydF86 Sabre jet engine right ?
- elenaweinstein@nicole_annino 😏
- teekodesignnice job on your page
- pblakelawsonThis is awesome @generalelectric!
- thebrixtondcCan I tell you how much I'm loving your gallery? 👏🏼
- ajwahijabonlineJom senyum selalu 😆
- adamcolesjacketYour name sounds kinda like @genericrainmaker lel
- genericrainmaker@adamcolesjacket It is ;-)
- thepawwagcompany❤ 🐶
- theorganisedhomeNice post!
- oskar_hdPerfect one! ☝🏻
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