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Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines is an American ultra low-cost airline. Their biggest hub is in Fort Lauderdale, Florida It flies to 57 cities throughout The Americas.

                                               

SR Class 4DD

Conceived by Oliver Bulleid for the Southern Railways Dartford commuter route, the two 4DD electric multiple units were the only double-deck trains to run on the main line railway network in Britain. The upper-level seats were squeezed in between ...

                                               

SS Richard Montgomery

The SS Richard Montgomery was an American ship built during World War II. Montgomery was wrecked off the coast of Sheerness, near Kent, England in 1944 with around 1.400 tonnes of explosives on board, which continue to be a hazard to the area.

                                               

St. Johns International Airport

St. Johns International Airport is 3 nautical miles northwest of St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The airport is part of the National Airports System, and is operated by St. Johns International Airport Authority Inc.

                                               

Stafford railway station

Stafford railway station is a mainline railway station that serves the market town of Stafford in Staffordshire, England. It is situated on a the junction of the Trent Valley line branch of the West Coast Main Line and the Rugby–Birmingham–Staffo ...

                                               

State Street (Chicago)

State Street is a major thoroughfare in the city of Chicago. It represents 0 East/West in the city, as it is believed to be the original location of how far inland Lake Michigan went in downtown Chicago before the Great Chicago Fire happened. Unl ...

                                               

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry is a free ferry service that runs between the New York City boroughs of Staten Island and Manhattan. The service started in 1817 as the Richmond Turnpike Company. It leaves and arrives in Manhattan from the Staten Island F ...

                                               

Steam locomotive

A steam locomotive is a steam powered railway locomotive. It was used a lot between about 1830 and 1970. Afterwards, diesel and electric locomotives were used more often. The first steam locomotive was made by Richard Trevithick for a railway use ...

                                               

Steam locomotives of British Railways

The steam locomotives of British Railways were used by British Railways over the period 1948-1968. The majority of these were inherited from the Big Four British railway companies. In the 1950s, new British Railways Standard steam locomotives wer ...

                                               

Steamboat

A steamboat is a ship that uses a steam engine or steam turbine to move. At first, these were paddle steamboats. Some had a paddle wheel on the back. Others had two wheels on the sides. Most went down rivers. From about 1836, marine propellers, i ...

                                               

Stern

The stern is the rear part of a ship or boat. The stern area has always been the place near the steering apparatus, and by extension became the domain of the ships captain and other officers. In particular, the stern was the location of the offic ...

                                               

Strasbourg Airport

Strasbourg Airport is an international airport in Entzheim. It is 10 km west-southwest of Strasbourg. In 2018, the airport had 1.297.177 passengers.

                                               

Studebaker

The Studebaker Corporation was an American company in South Bend, Indiana that built automobiles. It started in 1852 making wagons, at that time it was named Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company. Later they started making cars and then picku ...

                                               

Subaru

Subaru is a car company that is part of a larger Japanese company called Fuji Heavy Industries, who also makes other things like buses and airplanes. Subaru builds cars in Japan and also builds cars in the state of Indiana. Their cars are known f ...

                                               

Suburban Station

Suburban Station is one of the core SEPTA Regional Rail stations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is part of the Center City Commuter Connection. It is at 16th Street and JFK Boulevard. It was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad to replace the ol ...

                                               

Sukhoi Su-27

The Su-27 Flanker is a Soviet/Russian single-seat fighter aircraft made by Sukhoi. It first flew in 20 May 1977, and was introduced in 23 August 1990. It was first made by the Soviet Union as a fighter, but now it is in the Russian Air Force. It ...

                                               

Summerlee Heritage Park

Summerlee Heritage Park is an industrial museum in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It has won several awards. It was built on the old Summerlee ironworks. It also uses the main workshop of the old Hyrdocon Crane factory. The museum close ...

                                               

Sun Country Airlines

Sun Country Airlines is an American low-fare airline. It was started by many former Braniff International Airways employees. It is headquartered in the Dakota County suburb of Eagan, Minnesota. Sun Country uses nearby Minneapolis/Saint Paul Inter ...

                                               

Suzuki

Suzuki is a Japanese company that makes cars and motorcycles. It had a stake in CAMI Automotive with General Motors. After the discontinuation of Chevrolet Tracker CAMI started producing the Equinox, as well as the Suzuki XL-7 SUV. Suzuki also so ...

                                               

Swindon railway station

Swindon railway station is a train station in Swindon, Wiltshire, South West England. It was opened on 17 December 1840 by the Great Western Railway. The station has services between London and Bristol. There are also trains to Cardiff. A new pla ...

                                               

Swiss Federal Railways

Swiss Federal Railways, French: Chemins de fer federaux suisses, Italian: Ferrovie federali svizzere, Romansh: Viafiers federalas svizras) is the national railway company of Switzerland. It is also called SBB CFF FFS. The company was founded in 1 ...

                                               

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge, in Sydney Harbour, is a bridge that joins north Sydney with south Sydney. People can cross the bridge by car, walking or by train. It now carries eight traffic lanes. Using six intended traffic lanes and an additional t ...

                                               

São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport

São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport is an airport that serves São Paulo, Brazil, located 25 km north of the city centre. It is sometimes called Cumbica Airport, after the suburb in which it is located. Its IATA code is GRU and ICAO code is ...

                                               

Taipei Taoyuan International Airport

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is the largest international airport in the Republic of China where most international flights depart and arrive everyday. Taipei Songshan Airport is in Taipei. It used to be the international airport of Taiwa ...

                                               

Takasaki line

The Takasaki Line is a 74.7 kilometres railway line that runs from Omiya station in Saitama Prefecture to Takasaki Station in Gunma Prefecture. It runs diagonally from south to north in Saitama prefecture and is owed and operated by East Japan Ra ...

                                               

Tampa International Airport

Tampa International Airport is a major airport to the west of Tampa. It is in Hillsborough County, Florida, United States. This airport is owned by Hillsborough County Aviation Authority. It serves the Tampa Bay Area. Many good things have been s ...

                                               

Tan Son Nhat International Airport

Tan Son Nhat International Airport is an airport in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. This is the largest airport in Vietnam. It served 8.5 million passengers in 2006 and 11 million passengers in 2007, more than a half of total passengers in Vietnams ai ...

                                               

Tanggula Railway Station

Tanggula railway station is a railway station on the Qingzang railway in Tibet. It is in Amdo County. Tibet is currently an Autonomous Region inside China. At an altitude of 5.068 meters above sea level it is said to be the highest train station ...

                                               

TAP Portugal

TAP Portugal is the flag carrier airline of Portugal. Its headquarters and hub are at Lisbon Portela Airport. TAP operates about 2.000 flights a week to 88 destinations in 38 countries worldwide.

                                               

TERGV

The TERGV is a model to run trains in Nord-Pas-de-Calais. The idea is to run regional trains on lines constructed for "express trains", instead of the "classic lines". This works only in the case that the high-speed line is used only rarely. Runn ...

                                               

Test pilot

A test pilot is a person who drives an aircraft in ways that allow the aircraft to be tried out. The methods a test pilot uses to try out an aircraft are called "flight test techniques". The pilot uses the FTTs to find out if the aircraft works w ...

                                               

Thames Trains

Thames Trains was a British train operator under franchise running a mixture of short and long distance trains around the Thames Valley. Its services were centered around Reading and ran in the area surrounded by Oxford, Gatwick Airport, Guildfor ...

                                               

Tōkaidō Shinkansen

The Tōkaidō Shinkansen is a high speed railway line of Central Japan Railway Company in Japan. It is also the first high speed railway line in the world, and marked the start of Shinkansen technology.

                                               

Tokorozawa Station

Seibu ■ Seibu Shinjuku Line Koedo limited express Higashi-Murayama - Tokorozawa - Sayamashi Commuter express Higashi-Murayama - Tokorozawa - Shin-Tokorozawa Express, Semi Expless, Local Higashi-Murayama - Tokorozawa - Kōkū-kōen ■ Seibu Ikebukuro ...

                                               

Tottenham Hale station

Tottenham Hale, is a National Rail and London Underground Victoria Line station in Tottenham, north London. It is on Hale Road near the Tottenham Hale one-way system. The station is in Travelcard Zone 3. The station opened on 15 September 1840 as ...

                                               

Toyota

Toyota Motor Corporation, is an automobile maker in Japan. It was founded by Eiji Toyoda. It is based in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture. Toyota provides financial services and works with many other kinds of business as well. It makes cars and trucks un ...

                                               

Toyota 4Runner

The Toyota 4Runner is a Sports utility vehicle made by Toyota. Toyota makes the 4Runner in Tahara, Japan as well as the Hino factory. The 4Runner was first sold in 1984 as a camper version of the Toyota Hi-Lux, sharing the same parts and engines. ...

                                               

Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius is a hybrid automobile from the Japanese automobile producer Toyota. It is called hybrid because it has two different engines: a gasoline engine and an electric motor. Because of the electric motor, it uses less fuel than a norma ...

                                               

Toyota RAV4

The Toyota RAV4 is a small sized SUV made by Toyota. Toyota has made the RAV4 since 1994, but has sold it in America since 1996. The RAV4 is sold in a 4-door with an optional V6 engine, the RAV4 is more of a car-like SUV than a truck sized one. T ...

                                               

Toyota Sienna

The Toyota Sienna is a family-sized Minivan that is built by Toyota Motor Corporation in Princeton, Indiana. Three generations of the Toyota Sienna have been produced since 1997. Both the second and third generations received an overall "Good" sc ...

                                               

Toyota Yaris

The Toyota Yaris is a small automobile made and sold by Toyota since 1999. It is sold as the Toyota Belta, Toyota Vios, and Toyota Vitz. The Yaris is sold as a 3-door and 5-door hatchback and 4-door sedan. It is currently in its third generation. ...

                                               

Trabant

The Trabant was a series of cars built in the German Democratic Republic. When the first cars were released, people saw them as being innovative. The cars were also easy on fuel, they did not need much fuel. Trabant had a two-stroke engine. The o ...

                                               

Traction (engineering)

Traction, or tractive force, is the force used to generate motion between a body and a surface. This is usually due to friction, though the use of shear force of the surface is also commonly used. Traction can also mean the maximum tractive force ...

                                               

Traffic calming

Traffic calming measures are changes to a road to make car drivers slow down and to make the road safer for people who have to walk across the road. Some traffic calming techniques include installing speed bumps and narrowing roads, which make dr ...

                                               

Traffic collision

A traffic collision, or motor vehicle collision, is when a vehicle hits another vehicle, person or object. Pedestrians, animals, road debris or other objects may be involved. Traffic collisions often result in injury, death, and property damage. ...

                                               

Traffic congestion

Traffic congestion is when vehicles travel slower because there is too much traffic on roads. This makes trip times longer, and increases queueing. This is also known as a traffic jam. Congestion may result from a decrease in capacity, for exampl ...

                                               

Traffic light

Traffic lights are lights used to control the movement of traffic. They are placed at road intersections and crossings. The different colors of lights tell drivers what to do.

                                               

Traffic sign

A traffic sign or a road sign is a sign put at the side of roads to give information to drivers. It can direct people driving where to go or what to do. A road sign is something that gives information by means of a symbol, or in only 1 or 2 words ...

                                               

Trans-Israel Highway

Trans-Israel Highway is a main highway crossing Israel from north to south. A control center and the headquarters of the road authority is located at Kessem Interchange near Rosh HaAyin.

                                               

Transfer case

A transfer case is a part of the drivetrain of four-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, and other multiple powered axle vehicles. Typically a transfer case is used to engage the four-wheel drive function. When disengaged, most four-wheel drive systems ...

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