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Question 1: In ________ the DR Class VT 18.6 was built for international express service also.
Communist stateSoviet UnionCommunist RomaniaEast Germany

Question 2: In The Netherlands ________ introduced the Materieel 34 (DE3) a three unit 140 km/h (87 mph) streamlined diesel-electric trainset in 1934.
ProRailThe HagueNederlandse SpoorwegenAmsterdam

Question 3: The fastest regular service with SVT 137 was between Hannover and ________ with an average speed of 132.2 km/h (82.1 mph).
LübeckCologneDortmundHamm

Question 4: These trains were sold in 1977 to the Canadian Ontario Northland Railway (ONR) and served on the line Toronto________ as the Northlander.
Moosonee, OntarioKapuskasingHearst, OntarioTimmins

Question 5: Less commonly, the term is applied to fully faired ________.
Recumbent bicycleHuman-powered aircraftHuman-powered transportMountain bike

Question 6: The first high-speed streamliner in ________ was the "Schienenzeppelin", an experimental propeller driven single car, built 1930.
PolandNetherlandsGermanyGreece

Question 7: The ________ introduced streamline locomotives of the Princess Coronation Class shortly before the outbreak of war.
Great Western RailwayMidland RailwayLondon and North Western RailwayLondon, Midland and Scottish Railway

Question 8: In the ________ streamline services ended on the outbreak of war.
CanadaUnited KingdomEnglandWales

Question 9: Throughout most of the world many if not most high speed passenger trains are now streamlined, and speeds have continued to rise as ________ services become the normal long distance rail service.
Maglev (transport)TGVHigh-speed railInter-city rail

Question 10: [1]Two early American streamliners were the ________ M-10000 (nicknamed Little Zip and as The City of Salina in revenue service 1934-41) and the Burlington Zephyr.
Southern Pacific Transportation CompanyChicago Great Western RailwayUnion Pacific RailroadChicago and North Western Transportation Company
















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