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Prince William Regrows Hair in Just One Week

BY KEVIN MCGEEHAN 1 HOUR AGO

Prince William Regrows Hair

FOR Prince William, it started in his mid-20s but now thanks to a dietary change his hair has grown back completely.

We Can't wait to show you the shocking secret.

This is fruit he discovered and has been using.

Since taking this he has never looked better

You will not believe his new look

Since taking this he has never looked better


The General Electric steam turbine locomotives were two steam turbine locomotives built by General Electric (GE) for Union Pacific (UP) in 1938. The two units were streamlined, capable of producing 2,500 horsepower (1,900 kW), and reputedly able to attain speeds of 125 miles per hour (201 km/h). Stylistically, they resembled contemporary Electro-Motive Corporation (EMC) diesel designs, especially the UP's M-10003 through M-10006 trainsets. The two locomotives were delivered to UP in April 1939, and they completed test runs and participated in a variety of publicity events for the railroad, including the grand opening of the Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal, the world premier of Cecil B. DeMille's film Union Pacific, and even an inspection by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. While the locomotives displayed excellent acceleration and an ability to maintain schedules better than conventional steam locomotives, they also demonstrated serious reliability problems and relatively high maintenance costs; they never entered regular revenue service. Development of the General Electric steam turbine locomotives began in late 1936, when GE and UP began collaborating on an oil-powered steam turbine-electric design that they termed a "steam-electric locomotive".[1][2] To produce an altogether new type of locomotive, GE hoped to adopt mature steam turbine technology from maritime and stationary applications for railroad use. Early GE specifications detailed a streamlined shape, 2+C-C+2 wheel arrangement, and production of 2,500 horsepower (1,900 kW) and 81,000 pounds-force (360,000 N) of starting tractive effort.[1] While GE had initially hoped to deliver a prototype steam turbine locomotive to UP in 1937, none were completed until December 1938, which were then delivered for testing in spring 1939.[3][2][4][5] In total, the two prototype locomotives had taken almost two years to complete In June 1939, UP returned the locomotives to GE; by December 1941, the railroad had given up on the project. In 1941, the GE steam turbine locomotives were tested by the New York Central, and they were operated by the Great Northern in 1943 during the World War II "power crunch" before being retired from service later that year. Ultimately, they were scrapped before the end of World War II.
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