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4-8-4: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Every episode of the TV series ________ was introduced by a GS-4 as the announcer declared that the hero was "more powerful than a locomotive!"
SupermanSupergirl (Kara Zor-El)Superboy (Kon-El)Darkseid

Question 2: Paul and Pacific Railroad with 53, and the ________ with 45.
Chicago and North Western Transportation CompanyUnion Pacific RailroadChicago Great Western RailwaySouthern Pacific Transportation Company

Question 3: The ________ did not own any 4-8-4 steam locomotives but, the Pennsy had an electric 4-8-4.
AmtrakPennsylvania RailroadReading CompanyCanadian Pacific Railway

Question 4: These locomotives nearly monopolised the service between Kimberley and Beaufort West (485 km) including named express trains such as the Blue Train, Orange Express and ________.
UKhahlamba / Drakensberg ParkDrakensbergSouth AfricaKwaZulu-Natal

Question 5: On static display at Steamtown National Historic Site in ________.
Harrisburg, PennsylvaniaAllentown, PennsylvaniaWilkes-Barre, PennsylvaniaScranton, Pennsylvania

Question 6: It is stored on the deadline at the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad in ________.
Doylestown, PennsylvaniaNew Hope, PennsylvaniaTinicum Township, Bucks County, PennsylvaniaLower Makefield Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Question 7: Most American 4-8-4's were built by the ________, the Baldwin Locomotive Works or the Lima Locomotive Works.
Montreal Locomotive WorksAmerican Locomotive CompanyALCO FAALCO RS-2

Question 8: These locomotives become known in ________ as "Worshonde" (Sausage Dog) after the shape of their rebuilt tenders.
AfrikaansZulu languageEnglish languageDutch language

Question 9: High-capacity tests took place between ________ and Ávila.
GetafeParisAthensMadrid

Question 10: ________ - Built in 1943, it was the last locomotive build by the Cotton Belt.
Steam locomotiveNorfolk & Western 1218Union Pacific 844St. Louis Southwestern 819
















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