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Ohma Electra

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Hidden : 08/22/2010
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Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Dette er en nanocache. Stor mugglerfare stort sett alltid, dette er en aktiv universitetscampus. Søndag ettermiddag/kveld kan anbefales.

This is a nano cache. Mugglers are almost always present; this is a university campus. Sunday afternoon/evening is recommended.

Ohma Electra er et vekselstrømslokomotiv i eie av linjeforeningen Sanctus Omega Broderskab. Lokomotivet er å finne på Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige Universitet (NTNU), Gløshaugen, i Trondheim. Lokomotivets opprinnelige betegnelse var nummer 3 og var et av tre første lokomotiver som ble satt i drift på Thamshavnbanen i 1908. Lokomotivet regnes som et av verdens første vellykkede vekselstrømslokomotiver. Det ankom Gløshaugen den 15. september 1972, og står i dag på en ca. 13 meter lang skinnegang. Lokomotivet er fortsatt kjørbart og startes opp en gang i året.

Ohma Electra is an electric locomotive running on alternating current (AC). It is owned by the fraternity Sanctus Omega Broderskab. The engine is located at The Gløshaugen campus of The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). The locomotive was originally known as No. 3 and was one of the three first engines put to use on The Thamshavn Line in 1908. The locomotive is considered one of the first successful AC-locomotives in the world. It arrived at Gløshaugen September 15, 1972 and is running on a track measuring 13m. The locomotive is in working condition and is started up once every year.

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