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Milestones:Grand Central Terminal Electrification
Abstract Grand Central Terminal, in continuous use
Grand Central Terminal, in continuous use since 1913, was the first large-scale railroad electrification project, a development that enabled it to become a major railroad terminal. The design of the Terminal included several notable achievements in the field of electric traction such as innovative designs of electric locomotives, multiple unit (MU) control of electric rolling stock and the pioneering use of underrunning third rail.
pioneering use of underrunning third rail.  +
Date Dedicated June 15, 2016  +
Dedication 167  +
Description Grand Central Terminal, in continuous use
Grand Central Terminal, in continuous use since 1913, was the first large-scale railroad electrification project, a development that enabled it to become a major railroad terminal. The design of the Terminal included several notable achievements in the field of electric traction such as innovative designs of electric locomotives, multiple unit (MU) control of electric rolling stock and the pioneering use of underrunning third rail.
pioneering use of underrunning third rail.  +
EndYear 1913  +
IEEE section New York  +
Location New York, NY  +
Region number 1  +
Special citation false  +
StartYear 1906  +
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