Trains come in all shapes, lengths and speeds. Chances are, there’s one near your house. Here’s a collection of sites to test your knowledge of trains.

Find out here: http://www.record2007.com/site/index_en.php . Answer: Both France and Japan. On April 3, 2007, the French train called the V150 ¬†went an amazing 356 MPH; but there’s a bit of disagreement about this record because of the way trains are defined. In 2003, a Japanese bullet train — called a Maglev and pictured at the right — reached a speed of 361 MPH. You can read CNN’s report of the event at http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/asiapcf/east/12/03/japan.maglev.ap . Similar trains are under construction in China. There was also an Air Force rocket sled that broke the speed of sound.

Watch the video below, and you’ll learn how a Japanese Maglev train works — with no wheels. They actually do have wheels, but they lift of the track when the train reaches a certain speed — sort of like an airplane. For even more detailed information, visit http://www.magnet.fsu.edu/education/tutorials/magnetacademy/
superconductivity101/maglev.html .

Trains come in all shapes, lengths and speeds. Chances are, there’s one near your house. Here’s a collection of sites to test your knowledge of trains.

Find out here: http://www.record2007.com/site/index_en.php . Answer: Both France and Japan. On April 3, 2007, the French train called the V150 ¬†went an amazing 356 MPH; but there’s a bit of disagreement about this record because of the way trains are defined. In 2003, a Japanese bullet train — called a Maglev and pictured at the right — reached a speed of 361 MPH. You can read CNN’s report of the event at http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/asiapcf/east/12/03/japan.maglev.ap . Similar trains are under construction in China. There was also an Air Force rocket sled that broke the speed of sound.

Watch the video below, and you’ll learn how a Japanese Maglev train works — with no wheels. They actually do have wheels, but they lift of the track when the train reaches a certain speed — sort of like an airplane. For even more detailed information, visit http://www.magnet.fsu.edu/education/tutorials/magnetacademy/
superconductivity101/maglev.html .

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