By Steve Mascolo-BrownThe railroads have their own engines and some of them are really impressive.
The Trinitron-18 was an engine that could travel at over 300 miles per hour and propel trains at up to 600 mph.
The engines were originally developed by the Japanese railroad company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, but were replaced by the T-18 and T-24 steam locomotives after World War II.
The modern engines have a diameter of about 50 feet, and they use a superconducting design that keeps the train in motion even under the most intense of conditions.
They are also able to withstand high temperatures, as the steam in the engine produces heat that is cooled by the air inside the vehicle.
The engine is used on the New York City Subway and the New Jersey Turnpike.
The third engine on the list is the Trinitrons, which are similar to the T18 but have a more modern design and are used on trains in Germany, Austria, Russia and even the U.S. They use a more efficient design, but they still require an extra driver to move the locomotive from one end of the track to the other.
The Tritons and the T24 were first built in the early 1950s, but there was a big redesign and the new Trinitones were designed in 1964.
The T24 had two different versions: the original was a 4,000-horsepower engine that ran at 200 mph, while the newer version was a more powerful 8,000 horsepower engine.
According to the Railroad Historical Society, the Tritones were built from 1965 to 1971.
This article originally appeared on the Atlantic Railways website.