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Map of the Clarence Railway route in 1935
Archive - Candidates

The "Did you know" section on the Trains Wikiportal (shown at right) is at Template:Trains portal/Did you know.

The rules[edit]

  • Articles noted must be related to rail transport.
  • The fact noted must be mentioned in the subject article.
  • At least one fact in the template at any time needs an associated image; more facts may have images, but only one should be displayed in the template to keep it from looking too cluttered.
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  • The subject of the article noted in the DYK fact is listed in boldface type.
  • The section should have a minimum of three and maximum of five facts.
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To suggest a fact for inclusion in the Trains Wikiportal DYK, list it on Portal:Trains/Did you know candidates.

Archive[edit]

April 2014[edit]

Map of the Clarence Railway route in 1935
Builder's photo of Cape Government Railways 3rd Class 4-4-0 of 1898 number 164
The tracks and platform at Canberra railway station in 2007
A preserved Bullet rail car in 2003
A preserved Santa Fe Railroad Big Dome car in 2012
A 9000 series train at Barcelona Metro Paral·lel station in 2011
The former Midland Great Western Railway's Athlone Station in 2005
Amtrak ACS-64 #600 leads Northeast Regional train #152 near Odenton, MD, on February 8, 2014
Akasaka entrance of Yotsuya Station in 2008
JR Shikoku 8000 series Shiokaze limited express near Kanonji Station in 2007
Railway cannon at Petersburg during the American Civil War
Warm Springs station under construction in January 2014
The oldest surviving Swiss locomotive on the Rigi Bahn in 2009
A train on line 2 of Beijing Subway in 2011

Main page Did you know items[edit]

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The following items were used in the Did you know section of Wikipedia's Main page.

Edward H. Ripley