Marking 125 Years Since the Great Gauge Change

Marking 125 Years Since the Great Gauge Change – SLashdot, May 9, 2011
…This month ends with the 125th anniversary of one of the most remarkable achievements in technology history. Over two days beginning Monday, May 31, 1886, the railroad network in the southern United States was converted from a five-foot gauge to one compatible with the slightly narrower gauge used in the US North, now know as standard gauge…

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One Response to Marking 125 Years Since the Great Gauge Change

  1. ncr says:

    > An interesting article mentioned in the comments section at Slashdot:

    High-speed railroading
    America’s system of rail freight is the world’s best. High-speed passenger trains could ruin it
    The Economist, Jul 22nd 2010 |

    http://www.economist.com/node/16636101

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