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What We Achieved June 21, 1931: Franz Kruckenberg's rail zeppelin sets a world record at a speed of 230.2 km/h. The rail vehicle had its maiden voyage on the Berlin-Hamburg railway line

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Published on 21 Jun 2024 / In Technology

What We Achieved
June 21, 1931: Franz Kruckenberg's rail zeppelin sets a world record at a speed of 230.2 km/h.

The rail vehicle had its maiden voyage on the Berlin-Hamburg railway line between Ludwigslust and Wittenberge in Germany. This rail truck was a two -axis aerodynamic car in lightweight construction with air screw drive. On this sensational speed, the vehicle achieved a world record with 230 kilometers per hour as the fastest rail vehicle on earth, a record that existed for 23 years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=546Q6F5YdMs
http://greyfalcon.us/FRANZ%20KRUCKENBERG%20SCHIENENZEPPELIN.htm
https://de.metapedia.org/wiki/Kruckenberg,_Franz

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