Steam car

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a car driven by steam power, or drawn by a locomotive.

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"It was leaving the farm, and putting up lunch in a basket, and a little riding and a little steam cars, and we carried our nightgowns."
The services stations were also being encouraged to adopt steam car washing to minimize water usage, he added.
From Manchester 765 and Blackpool & Fleetwood "Box 40" trams, to a solesurviving 1906 Morriss steam car plus a Model Tramway Exhibition, there'll be something for everyone.
Carhart, a physics professor at Wisconsin State University, collaborated in the creation of a working steam car that won a 200-mile race.
It is an emotionally bittersweet time for the family as the Grandparents are moving away, creating the need to experience both ferry and steam car excursions.
According to the Petite Journal (March 7, 1909) the automobile age had arrived in Korea in the form of a White Motor Company steam car. In its amusing print, we can see Thomas A.
The 25ft-long British Steam Car - nicknamed the "fastest kettle in the world" - reached an average speed of 139.843mph on two runs over a measured mile at the Edwards Air Force Base in California.
Production in the country dates to the Phantom steam car in 1896.
The British Steam Car broke the land speed record for a steam-powered vehicle with an average speed of 139.843mph in August 2009 at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The steam car was quite popular in America, especially with the rich, and Stanley Steamers became the premier steam cars to own.
Much later I caught up with the Kendrews' daughter Lesley (McCleod) living near Hemsley and I asked her if she ever did take her driving test in he father's steam car. She laughed.