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The Disneyland Monorail was the first operating monorail system in the Western Hemisphere and the first to cross a public street. When Walt built Disneyland, he wanted complete control over the steam trains, so that he could take them out when ever he wanted. Thus, he placed the steam trains, and then later the monorails under the ownership of Retlaw and leased them back to the park. In 1982, the family decided to sell the assets of Retlaw to the Disney Company, and a holding company, Walt Disney Incorporated was formed. Eventually, the steam trains and monorails became "officially" Disneyland's property. The trip from Tomorrowland to the Disneyland Hotel is more level and has more straight-aways, drivers can run the Monorail at full speed, 35 miles per hour. The return trip, though, has several curves and a seven-degree grade near the Submarine Lagoon, so drivers are instructed to maintain a speed of fifteen miles per hour. Initial cost to build the monorail was $1.4 million (in 2003 dollars it would be over $8.5 million) The monorail designer was Alweg which are the initials of the owner of the company: Axel L. Wenner-Gren Clip and info of Disneyland's Monorail courtesy of DLDHistory****
20 Mar 2007
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Kuala Lumpur monorail system in Malaysia opened 31 August 2003. Cheap and fast where u want to go with this car. *******malaysia.alltheline****
28 Mar 2007
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The Disneyland Monorail was the first operating monorail system in the Western Hemisphere and the first to cross a public street. When Walt built Disneyland, he wanted complete control over the steam trains, so that he could take them out when ever he wanted. Thus, he placed the steam trains, and then later the monorails under the ownership of Retlaw and leased them back to the park. In 1982, the family decided to sell the assets of Retlaw to the Disney Company, and a holding company, Walt Disney Incorporated was formed. Eventually, the steam trains and monorails became "officially" Disneyland's property. The trip from Tomorrowland to the Disneyland Hotel is more level and has more straight-aways, drivers can run the Monorail at full speed, 35 miles per hour. The return trip, though, has several curves and a seven-degree grade near the Submarine Lagoon, so drivers are instructed to maintain a speed of fifteen miles per hour. Initial cost to build the monorail was $1.4 million (in 2003 dollars it would be over $8.5 million) The monorail designer was Alweg which are the initials of the owner of the company: Axel L. Wenner-Gren Clip and info of Disneyland's Monorail courtesy of DLDHistory****
17 Apr 2007
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Seattle monorail
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Monorail Cat
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Estamos en el monorail, el tren elevado de Sidney. Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 Oct 2009
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*******www****booknews**** Ever wonder how we make the magic happen? Find out about Chippy & Jkk's experience on the monorail. You might be surprised to find out how good they are at navigation :P
10 Jan 2010
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*******Guide2Disney**** A little footage from the Polynesian Resort monorail station at Walt Disney World. Two monorails go through the station and the monorail driver waves to you! Make sure to wave back! :)
4 Mar 2010
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Http://Www.Ssi-Schaefer.Com SSI Schaefer erected a distribution center for Wesergold, Germany with 38.700 storage positions for pallets. In 14 aisles 14 storage and retrieval machines with telescopic forks can serve the pallet racking on left and right side. Special highlight is the electric monorail with 76 vehicles which connects the production facility with the distribution center.
7 May 2010
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*******www.ssi-schaefer**** The intelligent connection between warehousing and production areas is a highlight at Carlsberg, Denmark. All movements between the different warehouses and to the production lines take place via an electronic monorail.
11 May 2010
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Http://Www.Ssi-Schaefer.Com One electronic monorail at JYSK takes care of transporting source pallets in front of the vertical transfer position. Pallet lifts connecting the ground level with the upper floor. Via additional passage ways pallets are exchanged between the three different warehouses. Initial storing of pallets, storing and conveying of the miniload as well as de-Palletizing and picking is done on the elevated level. Automated vertical conveyors and lifting tables handle vertical movements.
14 May 2010
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SPANCO Monorail systems are an economical choice for lifting and transporting product along a fixed path. Perfect for production processes such as painting or moving raw materials, a monorail system is mounted to an existing overhead structure to preserve floor space. For hard to reach areas where a bridge crane cannot go or areas where ceiling height is a problem, a monorail system provides the access you need.
16 Nov 2010
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Monorail Action Accessories for the Rokenbok Monorail Set made from Rokenbok Building Blocks
24 Dec 2011
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Expand your Rokenbok rail with this 180 piece set, and build a hard-working depot and freight yard. Use your Loader or Dump Truck to load the Monorail at the freight dock siding.
26 Dec 2011
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We wanted to show the capabilities of the Monorail system in a fairly straight-forward and open layout. We hope you'll notice the gorgeous trestle we designed at the back of the set; we used angle blocks to create the X style bracing.
29 Dec 2011
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