Q: What was the first train to do 100mph?

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80-100mph

up to 100mph

You would have to first take a train to Chicago, then get on a train to LA. You would spend 2 nights on the train and the 3rd morning, you would arrive LA. Great trip, do it!

Well, first of all, train cost about 1.3 million dollars so i think that the Petticoat Junction Train is worth 1.5 million by calculation.

Depends On The Speed 8:] 1mph = 1 Hour 10mph = 6 Minutes 100mph = 1 Minute

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No

steam train

Train was invented first.

the first train in the us was the Chattanooga

The City of Truro locomotive reached 102.3mph on 9 May 1904. Controversy has long surrounded the locomotive's claim. The City of Truro's speed record was not officially recorded at the time, which means it does not stand. Records list The Flying Scotsman as the first train to travel at 100mph more than 30 years later.

40-100mph.

The first steam locomotive to exceed 100mph was new york centrals # 999. The fastest US steam locomotives were CMST.P&P 4-4-2s which in scheduled service exceeded 100mph, daily, down hill and UP, with full trains.

john stephenson invented the first train