The Hiawatha

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad had a new diesel streamliner, "Hiawatha". The streamliner had a 6000 horse-power motor, built by Fairbanks-Morse and General Electric. The engine had a 3000 gallon capacity for fuel oil, and used four and a half gallons per mile. The Hiawatha could travel 105 miles per hour.

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