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 Do TRAINS usually have good acceleration?

Answer Passenger trains and commuter trains have very good acceleration, freight trains usually do not. It's all about horsepower to weight, same as your car. Lots of horsepower and a light train is faste... Read More »
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How fast can freight trains go?

In the United States, the average freight train speed is 20 mph, but this is hardly the fastest speed possible. On April 3, 2007, BBC News reported that a French train set a new record for the fast... Read More »
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How fast do trains travel?

According to USA Today, rail trains in the United States typically run at 25 to 35 miles per hour, but they are capable of going up to 79 miles per hour. The fastest train in the world has been clo... Read More »
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How fast do Europe trains travel?

European high-speed trains, called TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse) trains, run at a maximum speed of 200 mph. The TGV, though, have been tested at a speed of about 360 mph. The newest high-speed tr... Read More »
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What hornby trains are fast?

Presumably, the ones that are models of fast trains. Therefore, a class 43 HST will be a faster model than a class 08 "gronk".
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