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Polaris (train)

Polaris was a design of locomotive-hauled train is in the form of co and AIA Ltd. The train was inspired by the British rail intercity 125, and had a top speed of 140 miles per hour. Locomotive hauled trains would have had two car capacity and wa ...

                                               

Coaches of the Great Western Railway

In passenger coaches of the great Western railway were numerous and varied, ranging from four-and six-wheeled vehicles for the original broad gauge line of 1838, through to bogie coaches 70 feet in length, which was in service until 1947. Vacuum ...

                                               

GWR Autocoach

In the GWR Autocoach is a type of coach that was used by the great Western railway for push-pull trains powered by a steam locomotive. A distinctive feature of the design is the autocoach cab on one end, allowing the driver to control the train w ...

                                               

GWR Siphon

In GWR, as a railway system which served rural and highly agricultural West of England and South Wales, as a result, large requirements for the transportation of milk in bulk. After grouping in 1923, of the 282 million gallons of milk transported ...

                                               

GWR Super Saloons

Great Western super salons rail of eight cars designed to service the railway boat traffic from London to Plymouth. Built for maximum overall dimensions to be as much as rival coaches Pullman company offered a competing railroad company, and all ...

                                               

Etherly, Illinois

Etherly was a town located in Knox County, Illinois, South of Victoria. The city was the "city is:" a community that was the home of miners working the nearby coal mines. Mining companies in the area went out of business in the early 20th century ...

                                               

Aflex, Kentucky

A post office called Aflex was established in 1916 and remained in operation until 1988. The community received its name from A. F. Leckie, businessman in the coal-mining industry.

                                               

Ages, Kentucky

A post office called "Eternity" was created in 1892, and removed to Brookside, Kentucky and its name was changed to the "century-Brookside" in 1975. The community takes its name from the nearby Creek ages. The community was listed in the census B ...

                                               

Allais, Kentucky

                                               

Allegheny, Kentucky

Allegheny was an unincorporated community and coal town in pike County, Kentucky, United States of America. The coal works are already active and in place of the former community is now a Ghost town.

                                               

Allock, Kentucky

                                               

Alphoretta, Kentucky

                                               

Altro, Kentucky

Altro is an unincorporated community and coal town in Breathitt County, Kentucky, United States of America. Their post office closed in 1994. Altro on the North fork of the Kentucky river.

                                               

Anchor, Kentucky

                                               

Anco, Kentucky

                                               

Argo, Kentucky

                                               

Arjay Coal Camp, Kentucky

                                               

Arjay Coal Camp, Kentucky

Arjay is an unincorporated community and coal town in bell County, Kentucky, United States of America. Arjay is located on Kentucky Route 66 4 miles northeast of Pineville. Arjay has a post office with zip code 40902, which opened on February 23, ...

                                               

Arrow, Kentucky

                                               

Artemus, Kentucky

Artemus is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Knox County, Kentucky, USA. According to the U.S. census 2010, the population was 590.

                                               

Ashcamp, Kentucky

                                               

Auxier, Kentucky

Auxier is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Floyd County, Kentucky, United States of America. The United States census of 2010 reported that Auxiers population was 669, of which 661 people were white and 2 were black.

                                               

Banner Fork Coal Company, Kentucky

                                               

Bardo, Kentucky

A post office was established in Bardo in 1929 and remained in operation until 1963. The name comes from Bordeaux, France, according to local history.

                                               

Barwick, Kentucky

                                               

Bear Wallow, Morgan County, Kentucky

                                               

Beauty, Kentucky

Beauty is an unincorporated community in Martin County, Kentucky, USA. In the early 1920s, the community was home of the Himler coal company, a joint venture for the extraction, carried out by the group of Hungarian immigrants.

                                               

Benito, Kentucky

                                               

Beverly, Kentucky

Beverly is an unincorporated community in bell County, Kentucky, United States of America. He was also known as Nuckles and red bird, which was a coal town. Its post office is closed.

                                               

Big Shoal, Kentucky

                                               

Black Snake, Kentucky

                                               

Black Star Coal Camp, Kentucky

Black Star coal camp is an unincorporated community and coal town in Harlan County, Kentucky, United States of America. The legislator of Kentucky Rick Nelson was born here.

                                               

Blackjoe, Kentucky

                                               

Blue Diamond, Kentucky

                                               

Bluehole, Kentucky

                                               

Bonnyman, Kentucky

                                               

Brookside, Kentucky

Brookside is an unincorporated community and coal town in Harlan County, Kentucky, United States of America. Post office under the name Brookside was established in 1930 and the name was changed to century-Brookside in 1975.

                                               

Bulan, Kentucky

                                               

Burdine, Kentucky

Bardin is an unincorporated community and coal town in Letcher County, Kentucky, United States of America. Their post office operated in burdine from 1907 to 1911.

                                               

Burnwell, Kentucky

4 September 1990, at 3:45 PM, a meteorite fell through the porch of Arthur and Frances Pegg scares the horse and the goat. The weight of the stone was 1504 grams, and it was officially named "Burnwell". The meteorite was classified as an ordinary ...

                                               

Burton, Kentucky

                                               

Butterfly, Kentucky

                                               

Bypro, Kentucky

Bypro is an unincorporated community and coal town in Floyd County, Kentucky, United States of America. Their post office closed in 2004. He was also known as coal.

                                               

Caney, Kentucky

Kania is an unincorporated community and coal town in Morgan County, Kentucky, USA. It is located along route 191 South of the city of West liberty Morgan County County. Its elevation is 869 feet.

                                               

Cannel City, Kentucky

The city channel is an unincorporated community in Morgan County, Kentucky, USA. It is located along route 191 South of the city of West liberty Morgan County County. In 1901, in Ohio and Kentucky railroad tracks were laid across the region and f ...

                                               

Carbon Glow, Kentucky

                                               

Cawood, Kentucky

Cawood is a census-designated place and coal town in Harlan County, Kentucky, United States of America. The population was 731 at the 2010 census. A post office in Cawood was established in 1890, Wilson S. Hensley, whose ancestor had been one ber ...

                                               

Chevrolet, Kentucky

Post office under the name Chevrolet was established in 1918 and remained in operation until 1992. The community was named after the Chevrolet series 490, the First car seen on local roads. 1935 newspaper account reported, was 800 people, and abo ...

                                               

Christopher, Kentucky

Christopher is an unincorporated community and coal town in Perry County, Kentucky, USA. Their post office was closed. A post office was established in 1914, the society was then called Douglas. Douglas Christopher was renamed in 1918 after a loc ...

                                               

Clemons, Kentucky

Clemons is an unincorporated community and coal town in Perry County, Kentucky, USA. Their post office was closed. Sergeant V. shepherd, who was killed in combat in the battle of Iwo Jima was buried in the family cemetery near shepherd.

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