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Renault 21

The Renault 21 is a car produced by Renault. It replaced the Renault 18 in 1986, facelifted in 1989 with a hatchback model added and were replaced by the Renault Laguna in 1994. The Nevada station wagon continues until 1995.

                                               

Renault Espace

The Renault Espace is an MPV produced by Renault since 1984. It is available with up to seven seats and with 4- and 6-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The Espace was Europes first MPV and debuted shortly after the Dodge Caravan in the US. The ...

                                               

Renault Laguna

1.9 dCi 79 kW 107 hp 2.2 dT 83 kW 113 hp 1.9 dTi 72 kW 98 hp 2.2 D 63 kW 86 hp

                                               

Renault Master

The Renault Master is a series of light trucks and minibuses produced by French manufacturer Renault from 1980 to present. Opel and Vauxhall make the same vehicle but with different names, The names are: Opel Movano and Vauxhall Movano.

                                               

Renault Megane

1.9 dTi 59 kW 80 hp and 72 kW 98 hp 1.9 D 47 kW 64 hp 1.9 dT 66 kW 90 hp 1.9 dCi 75 kW 102 hp

                                               

Renault Safrane

The Renault Safrane was a car produced by Renault. It replaced the Renault 25 in 1992, facelifted in 1996 and was produced until 2000. It was replaced by the Renault Vel Satis in 2001.

                                               

Renault Trafic

The Renault Trafic is a commercial van designed and built by French company Renault from 1981 to present. Opel and Vauxhall make the same vehicle but with different names, The names are: Opel Vivaro and Vauxhall Vivaro.

                                               

Resurrection Ship

The Cylon Resurrection Ship is a fictional type of spacecraft found in the television series Battlestar Galactica. The ship is a part of Cylon fleet. Cylons who are killed have their consciousness downloaded into a nearby resurrection ship. A new ...

                                               

RMS Carpathia

RMS Carpathia was a passenger steamship of the Cunard Line. Carpathia was built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson. The ship made her maiden voyage in 1903. She was famous for rescuing the survivors of RMS Titanic after the RMS Titanic hit an ice ...

                                               

Rolling coal

Rolling coal is a term used to describe the result of intentionally removing the pollution controls on diesel trucks or cars. This causes the vehicle to produce black, sooty exhaust. Participants often "roll coal" on pedestrians, bicyclists and d ...

                                               

Romford railway station

Romford railway station is a major interchange station in Romford, Havering in Greater London. The station is located on the Great Eastern Main Line. Services that call at the station are operated by Abellio Greater Anglia, London Overground and ...

                                               

Romford–Upminster line

The Romford–Upminster line is a railway branch line in Greater London. It connects Romford, on the Great Eastern Main Line, to Upminster, on the London, Tilbury and Southend Line and London Underground. The route is 3 miles 30 chains long and the ...

                                               

Route 386 (Israel)

Route 386 is a road in Israel. It stretches from Tzur Hadassah to Jerusalem. The route begins in the Judean Mountains at Tzur Hadassah. It starts at a junction with Route 375. In Jerusalem, the road is named Herzl Boulevard Sderot Herzl. It stret ...

                                               

Route availability

Route Availability is the system by which the permanent way and supporting works of the National Rail network of Great Britain are graded. All routes are given an RA number between 1 and 10. Rolling stock is also given an RA again between 1 and 1 ...

                                               

Rover 600 Series

The Rover 600 Series is a car produced by Rover. It replaced the Austin Montego in 1993, and were in 1999 replaced by the Rover 75. It were only available as 4-door saloon with 4-cylinder engines.

                                               

Rover 75

The Rover 75 is a car produced by Rover from 1999 to 2005. The 75 replaced both the 600 and the 800 Series. It shares many components with the E46 BMW 3 Series, and were available with a 4-cylinder 1.8 litre petrol engine, 6-cylinder 2.0 and 2.5 ...

                                               

Rover 800 Series

The Rover 800 Series is a car produced by Rover. It replaced the SD1 in 1986 and launched first as a saloon with a liftback appearing in 1988. It was given a minor redesign in late 1991 with a coupe model added in early 1992, it was replaced in 1 ...

                                               

Runway

A runway is a strip of land on an airport, on which aircraft can take off and land. Runways may be a man-made surface or a natural surface.

                                               

S-train

The S-train is an urban rail network which serves Copenhagen, Denmark and the surrounding area. It connects the city center to its suburbs. The railway they use is called S-banen. The S-train is operated by DSB. The S-track has a length of about ...

                                               

Saigon railway station

The Saigon railway station is the train station for Ho Chi Minh City. It is the southernmost train station of the North-South railway in Vietnam. It is about 1 km away from the city center. The Saigon railway station of today is not actually the ...

                                               

Sailing ship

A sailing ship is a big boat with sails which catch the wind. The wind pushes the boat along. A sailing ship had a rig of at least three masts, square rigged on all of them. The great days of sailing ships was from around the 15th century to the ...

                                               

Sanjo Station (Kyoto)

Sanjō Station is the main Keihan Electric Railway station in Kyoto. It connects with Sanjo Keihan Station on the Kyoto Subway Tozai Line. It was opened for service on October 27, 1915, and has been in service ever since. Sanjo Station is in the H ...

                                               

Saturn Corporation

Saturn was an automobile maker. It was owned by General Motors. It was established on January 7, 1985. Saturns are sold in the United States and Canada, some even being sold in Japan. They are currently known for European styling, and no-haggle p ...

                                               

Saturn Outlook

The Saturn Outlook was a full-size crossover SUV that was built by General Motors Saturn brand. The Outlook was made by the Saturn Corporation from 2006 to 2010 until Saturn went defunct in 2010. The Saturn Outlook replaced the Relay minivan whic ...

                                               

Scion xB

The Scion xB was a car made by Toyota for the United States and is sold under the Scion brand. It is a box-shaped, 5-door small car and is sometimes called the box car. There are two types of Scion xB cars on the road today. The first type was ma ...

                                               

SEAT

SEAT is a Spanish car maker headquartered in San Sebastian de los Reyes, Madrid. It is a part of the Volkswagen Group since 1986. The company was founded on 9 May 1950.

                                               

SEAT Cordoba

1.9 D 47 kW 64 hp and 50 kW 68 hp 1.9 SDI 47 kW 64 hp and 50 kW 68 hp 1.9 TDI 66 kW 90 hp and 81 kW 110 hp 1.9 TD 55 kW 75 hp

                                               

SEAT Toledo

1.9 TDI 66 kW 90 hp and 81 kW 110 hp 1.9 TD 55 kW 75 hp 1.9 D 47 kW 64 hp and 50 kW 68 hp

                                               

Seawise Giant

Seawise Giant was a ULCC supertanker. It was the longest ship ever built and had the greatest deadweight tonnage that has ever been recorded. When it was heavily loaded, the ship had a displacement of 657.019 tonnes and had a draft of 24.6 m. Due ...

                                               

Semi-trailer truck

A semi-trailer truck, also known as a semi, tractor-trailer, big rig, eighteen-wheeler, or articulated lorry or artic is a vehicle that has a towing tractor and a semi-trailer that carries the freight. They use diesel fuel.

                                               

Semmering railway

The Semmering railway is a railway in Austria. It starts at Gloggnitz and leads over the Semmering to Murzzuschlag. It was the first mountain railway in Europe built with a standard gauge track. It is commonly called the worlds first true mountai ...

                                               

Seven Sisters station

Seven Sisters station is a London Overground and London Underground Victoria Line station in the Seven Sisters area of the London Borough of Haringey, north London. The station is in Travelcard Zone 3. Seven Sisters lies between Finsbury Park and ...

                                               

Shibuya Station

JR East ■ Yamanote Line Ebisu - Shibuya - Harajuku ■ Saikyō Line Commuter Rapid, Rapid, Local Ebisu - Shibuya - Shinjuku ■ Shōnan-Shinjuku Line Special Rapid Shinjuku - Shibuya - Ōsaki Rapid, Local Shinjuku - Shibuya - Ebisu Tokyu Corporation ■ T ...

                                               

Shimbashi Station

JR East ■ Keihin-Tōhoku Line Rapid pass Local Yūrakuchō - Shimbashi - Hamamatsuchō ■ Yamanote Line Yūrakuchō - Shimbashi - Hamamatsuchō ■ Tōkaidō Line Tokyo - Shimbashi - Shinagawa ■ Yokosuka Line Tokyo - Shimbashi - Shinagawa Tokyo Metro Ginza L ...

                                               

Shin-Ōsaka Station

JR West ■ Sanyō Shinkansen Kyoto Tōkaidō Shinkansen - Shin-Ōsaka - Shin-Kobe ■ Tōkaidō Line ■ JR Kyoto Line Special Rapid Service Takatsuki - Shin-Ōsaka - Ōsaka Rapid Service Ibaraki - Shin-Ōsaka - Ōsaka Local Higashi-Yodogawa - Shin-Ōsaka - Ōsak ...

                                               

Shinagawa Station

JR East ■ Keihin-Tōhoku Line Rapid,Local Tamachi - Shinagawa - Ōimachi ■ Yamanote Line Tamachi - Shinagawa - Ōsaki ■ Tōkaidō Line Shimbashi - Shinagawa - Kawasaki ■ Yokosuka Line Shinbashi - Shinagawa - Nishi-Ōi JR Central ■ Tōkaidō Shinkansen To ...

                                               

Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku Station is a railway station in Shinjuku and Shibuya wards in Tokyo, Japan. According to the Guinness Book of Records, it is the busiest train station in the world.

                                               

SJ T21

T21, originally T2 is a diesel-hydraulic locomotive operated by Swedish State Railways and Nora Bergslags Jarnvag of Sweden. 60 units were built during the 1950s by Maschinenbau Kiel and Svenska Jarnvagsverkstaderna based on the German DB Class V ...

                                               

Skoda Fabia

1.9 SDI 47 kW 64 hp 1.4 TDI 51 kW 69 hp, 55 kW 75 hp and 59 kW 80 hp 1.9 TDI 74 kW 101 hp 1.9 TDI RS 96 kW 131 hp

                                               

Skoda Octavia

The Skoda Octavia is a car produced by Skoda Auto in three generations since 1996. The first generation arrived in 1996 and launched in the UK in 1998 with a facelift in 2000. The second generation was launched in 2004 with a facelift in early 20 ...

                                               

Skoda Roomster

The Skoda Roomster is a car produced by Skoda Auto since 2006. There is panel van version of the Roomster. It is called the Praktik, which wasnt sold in the UK. Production stopped in 2015, as more people were buying the Yeti.

                                               

South Luzon Expressway

The South Luzon Expressway, more commonly known by its abbreviation SLEx or SLEX, is a controlled-access highway in the Philippines. It connects the National Capital Region to the provinces of the southern part of Luzon, the main island in the co ...

                                               

South Quay DLR station

South Quay is a Docklands Light Railway station on the Isle of Dogs, London, England. The station is between Crossharbour and Heron Quays stations and is in Travelcard Zone 2. South Quay station is located on the southern shore of the South Dock ...

                                               

South Road, Adelaide

South Road is a major north–south road in Adelaide, South Australia. Also known as Main South Road, it is Adelaides most important road. The road attracts multiple factories, industrial centers and businesses like Castle Plaza Shopping Centre and ...

                                               

Southern (Govia Thameslink Railway)

Southern is a train operating company in the south of England. They operate routes around the southeast such as London, Kent, West Sussex, East Sussex and more. It is a division of Govia.

                                               

Southern Railway (UK)

For other uses see Southern Railway The Southern Railway, was one of the Big Four British railway companies from 1923 to 1948. It was established under the Railways Act 1921. The railway was formed by the amalgamation of smaller companies. The la ...

                                               

Southgate tube station

London Transport Museum Photographic Archive Archived 2012-02-14 at the Wayback Machine Station open, November 1933 view of the escalators and original 1930s lighting Station under construction, March 1933 Site for Southgate station, 1930 Cutting ...

                                               

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines is a airline based in Dallas, Texas that has a reputation for low fares. The airline started in 1971. It flies mostly among about a hundred airports within the United States but also to flies from the United States to airports ...

                                               

Space station

A space station is a manned artificial satellite designed to stay in low Earth orbit for a long time. In general, space stations can dock with other spacecraft. This allows transferring cargo and people. Today, the International Space Station is ...

                                               

Spaceport

A spaceport is a place for spacecraft to launch or land. It may have launch pads for rocket, and many buildings for preparing and launching space flights. In real life, there are very few space ports across the world. They are mostly owned by gov ...

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