Wednesday, September 19, 2012

"This railway line on Long Island, New York ran on two rails, just like ordinary railroads. But cars ran speeds up to (purportedly) 100 MPH on a single track below while stabilized with a track above. Its inventor Eben M. Boynton hoped to make it the center of a rapid transit network around the island. Alas, the venture failed after Boynton had laid only two miles of track."  Via:

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