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Firefly (TV series) - Broadcast History
... He and his crew are smuggling goods, but they need to pick up some passengers for extra money ... not all the passengers are what they seem 2 "The Train Job" Joss Whedon Joss Whedon Tim Minear September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20) 1AGE01 The crew of ... They steal the goods, only to find it is medicine that is desperately needed by the town 3 "Bushwhacked" Tim Minear Tim Minear September 27, 2002 (2002 ...
List Of Württemberg Locomotives And Railbuses - Locomotive Classification
... The Württemberg state railway first divided its locomotives into classes in 1845 ... new system was introduced as follows A - Light express and fast-stopping train locomotives B - Heavy express and fast-stopping train locomotives C - Light passenger train locomotives D - Heavy passenger train ... In other cases new locomotives and rebuilds were grouped together into one class despite being of different designs ...
DRG Renumbering Plan For Steam Locomotives - Goods Train Locomotives
... G 2.II 8011 ... - 8011 ... - 8076 Bavarian C IV Zw Two-cylinder locomotive 8081 ... - 8081 ... - 8168 Bavarian C IV Vb Compound locomotive 8201 ... - 8201 ... - 8211 ...

Famous quotes containing the words locomotives, goods and/or train:

    The flower-fed buffaloes of the spring
    In the days of long ago,
    Ranged where the locomotives sing
    And the prairie flowers lie low:—
    Vachel Lindsay (1879–1931)

    But then in what way are things called good? They do not seem to be like the things that only chance to have the same name. Are goods one then by being derived from one good or by all contributing to one good, or are they rather one by analogy? Certainly as sight is in the body, so is reason in the soul, and so on in other cases.
    Aristotle (384–322 B.C.)

    My heart is warm with the friends I make,
    And better friends I’ll not be knowing,
    Yet there isn’t a train I wouldn’t take,
    No matter where it’s going.
    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950)