Leaving, on a jet *train*?

In the 1960s, American rail companies were falling behind developments overseas, such as the famous Japanese Shinkansen. So how did they attempt to experiment with new high speed rail?

They took a diesel car, gave it a more streamlined nose, and stuck two military surplus jet engines on top.


From Wikipedia and Dark Roasted Blend

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