Currently in the open air, and unprotected from the tropical atmosphere, are four abandoned diesel electric locomotives, an oil tanker wagon, a steam crane and a General Electric pantograph power unit from 1924.
The electric part is that it uses a pantograph or roof mounted current collector to pick up electricity from the overhead catenary or wires.
Shortly before dusk, he arrived at the Maryland State House clutching two homemade drawing instruments, a simplified camera obscura and a modified pantograph .
The pantograph feeds the electricity from the overhead supply to the train.
Wallace also invented the pantograph , an instrument for duplicating a geometric shape at a reduced or enlarged scale.
During this same period, the invention of the pantograph made it possible to create large and sometimes elaborate display letters.
It will have a roof-mounted pantograph for use between Gare Centrale and wherever the terminus in Samoa will be.
The pantograph was a movable parallelogram that could be mounted on a drawing board or stationed atop a table, as in the frontispiece to Scheiner's Pantographice.
Type produced by pantographic reproduction (scaling a master drawing to many different sizes), and the later technologies of photocomposition and digital type, allowed working from a single master design regardless of the size of the final application.
I was fairly late to work as the train fell apart this morning - the pantographs on the top fell down.