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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.

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All in all it was a pretty dull year...January• January 1 - The World Trade Organization (WTO) is established to replace the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).• January 1 - Austria, Finland & Sweden act to join the European Union.• January 1 - The Draupner wave in the North Sea in Norway is detected, confirming the existence of freak waves.• January 2 - The Most distant Galaxy yet discovered found by scientists using the Keck telescope in Hawaii (est. 15 billion light years away).• January 2 - Bus crashes in Luzon, Philippines, killing 29 people.• January 4 - The 104th United States Congress, the first controlled by Republicans in both houses since 1953 to 1955, convenes.• January 6-7 - A chemical fire occurs in an apartment complex in Manila, Philippines. Policemen led by watch commander Aida Fariscal and investigators find a bomb factory and a laptop computer and disks that contain plans for Project Bojinka, a mass-terrorist attack. 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His car is found 2 weeks later at Severn View services in Aust.• February 9 - STS-63: Dr. Bernard A. Harris, Jr. and Michael Foale become the first African American and Briton, respectively, to walk in space.• February 13 - A United Nations tribunal on human rights violations in the Balkans charges 21 Bosnian Serb commanders with genocide and crimes against humanity.• February 15 - Hacker Kevin Mitnick is arrested by the FBI and charged with breaking into some of the United States' most "secure" computer systems.• February 15 - Taiwan's deadliest fire, at a karaoke restaurant in Taichung, kills 64.• February 15 - In Dublin, a Republic of Ireland vs. England football match in Lansdowne Road is abandoned, due to violence and rioting.• February 17 - Colin Ferguson is convicted of 6 counts of murder for the December 1993 Long Island Rail Road shootings and later receives a 200+ year sentence.• February 21 - Serkadji prison mutiny in Algeria: Four guards and 96 prisoners are killed in a day and a half.• February 21 - Ibrahim Ali, a 17-year-old Comorian living in France, is murdered by 3 far-right National Front activists.• February 21 - Steve Fossett lands in Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada, becoming the first person to make a solo flight across the Pacific Ocean in a balloon.• February 23 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average gains 30.28 to close at 4,003.33 - the Dow's first ever close above 4,000.• February 26 - The United Kingdom's oldest investment banking firm, Barings Bank, collapses after securities broker Nick Leeson loses $1.4 billion by speculating on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.• February 27 - In Denver, Colorado, Stapleton Airport closes and is replaced by the new Denver International Airport, the largest in the United States.• February 28 - Members of the group Patriot's Council are convicted in Minnesota of manufacturing ricin.March• March 1 - Polish Prime Minister Waldemar Pawlak resigns from Parliament and is replaced by ex-communist Jozef Oleksy.• March 1 - In Moscow, Russian anti-corruption journalist Vladislav Listyev is killed by a gunman.• March 1 - Yahoo! is founded in Santa Clara, California.• March 2 - Nick Leeson is arrested for his role in the collapse of Barings Bank.• March 3 - In Somalia, the United Nations peacekeeping mission ends.• March 6 - On an episode of The Jenny Jones Show ("Same-Sex Crushes"), Scott Amedure reveals a crush on his heterosexual friend Jonathan Schmitz. Schmitz kills Amedure several days after the show.• March 13 - David Daliberti and William Barloon, two Americans working for a military contractor in Kuwait, are arrested after straying into Iraq.• March 14 - Astronaut Norman Thagard becomes the first American to ride into space aboard a Russian launch vehicle (the Soyuz TM-21), lifting off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.• March 16 - Mississippi ratifies the Thirteenth Amendment, becoming the last state to approve the abolition of slavery. The amendment was nationally ratified in 1865.• March 20 - Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway. Members of the Aum Shinrikyo religious cult release sarin gas on 5 subway trains in Tokyo, killing 12 and injuring 5,510.• March 22 - Cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov returns after setting a record for 438 days in outer space.• March 24 - For the first time in 26 years, no British soldiers patrol the streets of Belfast, Northern Ireland.• March 26 - The Schengen Agreement, easing cross-border travel, goes into effect in several European countries.• March 27 - The 67th Academy Awards, hosted by David Letterman, are held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, with Forrest Gump winning Best Picture.• March 30 - A police officer tries to assassinate Takaji Kunimatsu, chief of the National Police Agency of Japan.• March 31 - Tejano superstar Selena is killed by the president of her own fanclub, Yolanda Saldívar.April• April 2 - An explosion in Gaza kills 8, including a Hamas leader.• April 5 - The U.S. House of Representatives votes 246-188 to cut taxes for individuals and corporations.• April 7 - House Republicans celebrate passage of most of the Contract with America.• April 19 - Oklahoma City bombing: 168 people, including 8 Federal Marshals and 19 children, are killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Timothy McVeigh and one of his accomplices, Terry Nichols, set off the bomb.• April 24 - A Unabomber bomb kills lobbyist Gilbert Murray in Sacramento, California.• April 28 - In Daegu, South Korea, a gas explosion at a subway construction site kills 101 persons, mostly teenage schoolboys.May• May 1 - Jacques Chirac is elected president of France• May 7 - Finland wins the ice hockey world championship.• May 11 - More than 170 countries agree to extend the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty indefinitely and without conditions.• May 13 - An earthquake hits the regions of Kozani and Grevena in Greece, with an intensity of 6.6 on the Richter scale.• May 14 - The Dalai Lama proclaims 6-year-old Gedhun Choekyi Nyima as the 11th reincarnation of the Panchen Lama.• May 14 - Team New Zealand wins the America's Cup in San Diego, beating Stars and Stripes 5-0.• May 16 - Japanese police besiege the headquarters of Aum Shinrikyo near Mount Fuji and arrest cult leader Shoko Asahara.• May 17 - Shawn Nelson, 35, goes on a tank rampage in San Diego.• May 20 - U.S. President Bill Clinton indefinitely closes part of the street in front of the White House, Pennsylvania Avenue, to vehicular traffic in response to the Oklahoma City bombing.• May 21 - Pope John Paul II canonizes John Sarkander during his visit to Olomouc, the Czech Republic.• May 23 - Oklahoma City bombing: In Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the remains of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building are imploded.• May 24 - AFC Ajax wins the UEFA Champions League in the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna by defeating AC Milan 0-1 by a goal of Patrick Kluivert. This was the third consecutive win of AFC Ajax over AC Milan that season, ranking AFC Ajax on the 4th place on the list of European Cup and UEFA Champions League winners.• May 25 - Egan v. Canada: The Supreme Court of Canada rules that discrimination based on sexual orientation is prohibited under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.• May 27 - In Culpeper, Virginia, actor Christopher Reeve is paralyzed from the neck down after falling from his horse in a riding competition.• May 28 - A 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Neftegorsk, Russia kills at least 2,000.June• June 1 - The busiest hurricane season in 62 years begins.• June 2 &ndash Mrkonjić Grad incident: A United States Air Force F-16 piloted by Captain Scott O'Grady is shot down over Bosnia and Herzegovina while patrolling the NATO no-fly zone. 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Simpson puts on a pair of gloves that were presumably worn by the person who murdered his ex-wife and her friend Ron Goldman.• June 15 - A powerful earthquake, registering a moment magnitude of 6.2, hits the city of Aigio, Greece, resulting in several deaths and significant damage to many buildings.• June 20 - Oil multinational Royal Dutch Shell caves in to international pressure and abandons plans to dump the Brent Spar oil rig at sea.• June 22 - Japanese police rescue 365 hostages from a hijacked All Nippon Airways Flight 857 (Boeing 747-200) at Hakodate airport. The hijacker was armed with a knife and demanded the release of Shoko Asahara.• June 24 - The New Jersey Devils sweep the heavily favored Detroit Red Wings to win their first Stanley Cup in the lock-out shortened season.• June 24 - South Africa wins the Rugby World Cup.• June 29 - Lisa Clayton completes her 10-month solo circumnavigation from the Northern Hemisphere.• June 29 - STS-71: Space Shuttle Atlantis docks with the Russian Mir space station for the first time.• June 29 - The Sampoong Department Store collapses in the Seocho-gu district of Seoul, South Korea, killing 501 and injuring 937.• June 29 - Iraq disarmament crisis: According to UNSCOM, the unity of the UN Security Council begins to fray, as a few countries, particularly France and Russia, become more interested in making financial deals with Iraq than in disarming the country.July• Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraq threatens to end all cooperation with UNSCOM and IAEA, if sanctions against the country are not lifted by August 31.• Midwestern United States heat wave: An unprecedented heat wave strikes the Midwestern United States for most of the month. Temperatures peak at 106 °F (41 °C), and remain above 94 °F (34 °C) in the afternoon for 5 straight days. At least 739 people die in Chicago alone.• July 1 - Iraq disarmament crisis: In response to UNSCOM's evidence, Iraq admits for first time the existence of an offensive biological weapons program, but denies weaponization.• July 4 - UK Prime Minister John Major wins his battle to remain leader of the Conservative Party.• July 5 - The U.S. Congress passes the Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act, requiring that producers of pornography keep records of all models who are filmed or photographed, and that all models be at least 18 years of age.• July 10 - Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi is freed from house arrest.• July 11 - Bosnian Serbs march into Srebrenica while UN Dutch peacekeepers leave. Large numbers of Bosniak men and boys are killed in the Srebrenica massacre.• July 13 - Dozens of cities, most notably Chicago and Milwaukee, set all-time record high temperatures. Hundreds in these and other cities die as the Chicago Heat Wave of 1995 reaches its peak.• July 17 - The Nasdaq Composite index closes above the 1,000 mark for the first time.• July 21-26 - Third Taiwan Strait Crisis: The People's Liberation Army fires missiles into the waters north of Taiwan.• July 23 - David Daliberti and William Barloon, 2 Americans held as spies by Iraq, are released by Saddam Hussein after negotiations with U.S. Congressman Bill Richardson.• July 27 - In Washington, DC, the Korean War Veterans Memorial is dedicated.• Iraq disarmament crisis: Following the defection of his son-in-law, Hussein Kamel, Saddam Hussein makes new revelations about the full extent of Iraq's biological and nuclear weapons programs. Iraq also withdraws its last UN declaration of prohibited biological weapons and turns over a large amount of new documents on its WMD programs.August• August 4 - Croatian forces launch Operation Storm against Serbian forces in Krajina, with the cooperation of the ARBiH, and force them to withdraw to central Bosnia and Herzegovina.• August 5 - Croatian forces take Knin and continue to advance.• August 6 - Hundreds in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Washington, D.C., and Tokyo mark the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb.• August 7 - Operation Storm ends with a UN-brokered ceasefire; remaining Serbian forces start surrendering.• August 11 - The Russell Hill subway accident results in 3 deaths and 30 injuries in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.• August 14 - An avalanche buries Alison Hargreaves, the first woman to climb Mt. Everest without oxygen; she is reported dead.• August 24 - Microsoft releases Windows 95.• August 28 - A Serbian mortar bomb near a Sarajevo market square kills 37 civilians.• August 29 - Eduard Shevardnadze, the Georgian head of state, survives an assassination attempt in Tbilisi.• August 30 - The NATO bombing campaign against Serb artillery positions begins in Bosnia and Herzegovina, continuing into October. At the same time, ARBiH forces begin an offensive against the Bosnian Serb Army around Sarajevo, central Bosnia, and Bosnian Krajina.September• September - The DVD, an optical disc computer storage media format, is announced.• September - The European Parliament elects the first European Ombudsman, Jacob Söderman, who takes up office in September 1995.• September 4 - eBay is founded.• September 4 - The Fourth World Conference on Women opens in Beijing with over 4,750 delegates from 181 countries in attendance.• September 6 - NATO air strikes continue, after repeated attempts at a solution with the Serbs fail.• September 6 - Cal Ripken Jr of the Baltimore Orioles breaks the all time consecutive games played record in MLB.• September 19 - The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the Unabomber's manifesto.• September 22 - American millionaire Steve Forbes announces his candidacy for the 1996 Republican presidential nomination.• September 23 - Argentine national Guillermo "Bill" Gaede is arrested in Phoenix, Arizona on charges of industrial espionage. His sales to Cuba, China, North Korea and Iran are believed to have involved Intel and AMD trade secrets worth USD$10-20 million.• September 26 - The trial against former Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti, who is accused of Mafia connections, begins.• September 27-28 - Bob Denard's mercenaries capture President Said Mohammed Djohor of the Comoros; the local army does not resist.October• October 1 - Ten people are convicted of bombing the World Trade Center in 1993.• October 3 - O.J. Simpson is found not guilty of double murder for the deaths of former wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.• October 4 - France launches a counter-coup in the Comoros with 600 soldiers. They arrest Bob Denard and his mercenaries and take Denard to France; Caabi el-Yachroutu becomes the interim president.• October 4 - Hurricane Opal makes landfall at Pensacola Beach, FL as a Category 3 hurricane with 115 mph winds.• October 6 - Michael Mayor and Didier Queloz announce the discovery of 51 Pegasi b, the first confirmed Extrasolar planet.• October 9 - 1995 Palo Verde derailment: An Amtrak Sunset Limited train is derailed by saboteurs near Palo Verde, Arizona.• October 15 - The Carolina Panthers win their first-ever regular season game by defeating the New York Jets at Clemson Memorial Stadium in South Carolina.• October 16 - The Million Man March is held in Washington, D.C.. The event was conceived by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.• October 17- French woman Jeanne Calment reaches the confirmed age of 120 years and 238 days, making her the oldest person ever recorded.• October 23 - In Houston, Texas, Yolanda Saldivar is convicted of first degree murder in the shooting death of Selena Quintanilla Perez and 3 days later is sentenced to life in prison.• October 24 - A total solar eclipse is visible from Iran, India, Thailand, and Southeast Asia.[1]• October 25 - A Metra commuter train slams into a school bus in Fox River Grove, Illinois, killing 7 students.• October 26 - An avalanche hits the village Flateyri in Iceland, killing 20 people.• October 28 - Fire breaks out on a crowded metro train in Baku, Azerbaijan, killing more than 300 passengers (the world's worst metro disaster).• October 30 - Quebec independantists narrowly lose a referendum for a mandate to negotiate independence from Canada.November• November 1 - NASA loses contact with the Pioneer 11 probe.• November 1 - Participants in the Yugoslav War begin negotiations at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.• November 1 - The U.S. House of Representatives votes to ban partial birth abortions by a vote of 288-139.• November 2 - The Supreme Court of Argentina orders the extradition of Erich Priebke, ex-S.S. captain.• November 3 - At Arlington National Cemetery, U.S. President Bill Clinton dedicates a memorial to the victims of the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing.• November 4 - Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin is assassinated at a peace rally in Tel Aviv.• November 10 - Iraq disarmament crisis: With help from Israel and Jordan, UNSCOM inspector Scott Ritter intercepts 240 Russian gyroscopes and accelerometers on their way to Iraq from Russia.• November 10 - In Nigeria, playwright and environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, along with 8 others from the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, are hanged by government forces.• November 12 - The Millbrook Commonwealth Action Programme, a programme to implement the Harare Declaration, is announced by the Commonwealth Heads of Government.• November 14 - A budget standoff between Democrats and Republicans in the Congress of the United States, forces the federal government to temporarily close national parks and museums, and run most government offices with skeleton staff.• November 16 - A United Nations tribunal charges Radovan Karadžić and Ratko Mladic with genocide during the Bosnian War.• November 21 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average gains 40.46 to close at 5,023.55, its first close above 5,000. 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The trial judge recommends that she should never be released from prison, making her only the second woman in British legal history to be subjected to a whole life tariff (the other is Myra Hindley).• November 22 - Six-year-old Elisa Izquierdo's child abuse-related death at the hands of her mother makes headlines, and instigates major reform in New York City's child welfare system.• November 22 - Egypt, Eilat, Israel, and much of the North African Mediterranean is struck by the strongest earthquake (7.2 Mw) along the Dead Sea Transform in a century; 8 are killed.• November 22 - The first ever full length computer animated feature film "Toy Story" was released by Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures.• November 28 - The Barcelona Treaty is signed by 27 attending nations.• November 28 - U.S. President Bill Clinton signs the National Highway Designation Act, which ends the federal 55 mph speed limit.• November 30 - Javier Solana becomes the new NATO General Secretary; Operation Desert Storm officially ends.December• Strikes paralyze France's public sector.• December 7 - NASA's Galileo probe reenters over Jupiter.• December 8 - Jean-Dominique Bauby, editor-in-chief of Elle magazine, suffers a massive stroke and lapses into a coma.• December 14 - The Dayton Agreement is signed in Paris.• December 15 - The European Court of Justice rules that all EU football players have the right to a free transfer among member states at the end of their contracts.• December 15 - Because of the "quadruple-witching" option expiration, volume on the New York Stock Exchange hits 638 million shares, the highest single-day volume since October 20, 1987, when the Dow staged a stunning recovery a day after Black Monday.• December 16 - Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraqi scuba divers, under the direction of the United Nations Special Commission, dredge the Tigris near Baghdad. The divers find over 200 prohibited Russian-made missile instruments and components.• December 20 - American Airlines Flight 965 (Boeing 757) crashes into a mountain near Buga, Valle del Cauca, Colombia after veering off its course en route to Cali, Colombia. Of the 164 people on board, four passengers and a dog are the only survivors.• December 30 - The lowest ever United Kingdom temperature of -27.2°C is recorded at Altnaharra in the Scottish Highlands. This equals the record set at Braemar, Aberdeenshire in 1895 and 1982.• The Republic of Texas group claims to have formed a provisional government in Texas.• December 31 - The final original Calvin and Hobbes comic strip is published.Births• January 4 - María Isabel, Spanish singer• January 5 - Jordan Orr, American actor• January 12 - Laurel McGoff, American singer and actress• January 13 - Qaasim Middleton, American actor• February 8 - Jordan Todosey, Canadian actress• March 27 - Taylor Atelian, American actress• March 29 - Marc Musso, American actor• April 6 - Ryutaro Morimoto, Japanese singer• May 12 - Luke Benward, American actor and singer• May 12 - Sullivan and Sawyer Sweeten, American actors• May 15 - Ksenia Sitnik, Belarusian singer• May 24 - Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein• May 31 - Alissa Musto, American singer and pianist• July 3 - Alex Steele, Canadian actress• July 7 - Chloe Greenfield, American actress• July 9 - Georgie Henley, English actress• August 8 - Malin Reitan, Norwegian singer• August 18 - Parker McKenna Posey, American actress• August 23 - Eliza Pineda, Filipina actress• September 20 - Sammi Hanratty, American actress• September 22 - Juliette Goglia, American actress• November 16 - Noah Gray-Cabey, American actor• December 6 - Joy Gruttmann, German singer• December 24 - Soleil Borda, Iranian actressDeaths• January 1 - Eugene Wigner, Hungarian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1902)• January 2 - Siad Barre, President of Somalia (b. 1919)• January 2 - Nancy Kelly, American actress (b. 1921)• January 4 - Sol Tax, American anthropologist (b. 1907)• January 7 - Murray Rothbard, American economist (b. 1926)• January 7 - Larry Grayson, British comedian and game show host (b. 1923)• January 9 - Peter Cook, English comedian and writer (b. 1937)• January 18 - Adolf Butenandt, German chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1903)• January 18 - Ron Luciano, American baseball umpire (b. 1937)• January 22 - Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, American philanthropist (b. 1890)• January 30 - Gerald Durrell, British naturalist, zookeeper, author, and television presenter (b. 1925)• January 31 - George Abbott, American writer, director, and producer (b. 1887)• February 2 - Fred Perry, English tennis champion (b. 1909)• February 2 - Donald Pleasence, English actor (b. 1919)• February 4 - Patricia Highsmith, American author (b. 1921)• February 5 - Doug McClure, American actor (b. 1935)• February 6 - James Merrill, American poet (b. 1926)• February 9 - David Wayne, American actor (b. 1914)• February 12 - Robert Bolt, English writer (b. 1924)• February 12 - Philip Taylor Kramer, American musician (b. 1952)• February 14 - U Nu, Burmese politician (b. 1907)• February 19 - Sir Nicholas Fairbairn, British politician (b. 1933)• February 19 - John Howard, American actor (b. 1913)• February 22 - Ed Flanders, American actor (b. 1934)• February 23 - Melvin Franklin, American singer (b. 1942)• February 23 - James Herriot, English veterinarian and author (b. 1916)• February 24 - Hideko Maehata, Japanese swimmer (b. 1914)• February 24 - Tatsumi Kumashiro, Japanese film director (b. 1927)• February 26 - Jack Clayton, British film director (b. 1921)• March 1 - Vladislav Nikolayevich Listyev, Russian journalist (b. 1956).• March 3 - Howard W. 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Anfinsen, American chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1916)• May 15 - Eric Porter, English actor (b. 1928)• May 15 - Woldeab Woldemariam, Eritrean Politician (b. 1905)• May 15 - Ben Bubar, American activist (b. 1917)• May 18 - Elisha Cook Jr., American actor (b. 1903)• May 18 - Alexander Godunov, Russian-born ballet dancer and actor (b. 1949)• May 18 - Elizabeth Montgomery, American actress (b. 1933)• May 24 - Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1916)• May 26 - Friz Freleng, American animator (b. 1905)• May 27 - Severn Darden, American actor (b. 1929)• May 28 - Irfan Ljubijankic, Bosnian diplomat (b. 1952)• May 30 - Ted Drake, English footballer (b. 1912)• June 7 - Hsuan Hua, Chinese Buddhist master (b. 1918)• June 12 - Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Italian pianist (b. 1920)• June 15 - Charles Bennett, English screenwriter (b. 1899)• June 20 - Emil Cioran, Romanian philosopher and essayist (b. 1911)• June 23 - Jonas Salk, American medical researcher (b. 1914)• June 25 - Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice of the United States (b. 1907)• June 26 - Ernest Walton, Irish physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1903)• June 29 - Lana Turner, American actress (b. 1921)• June 30 - Georgi Beregovoi, Russian cosmonaut (b. 1921)• June 30 - Gale Gordon, American actor (b. 1906)• July 1 - Wolfman Jack, American disc jockey (b. 1938)• July 3 - Pancho Gonzales, American tennis champion (b. 1928)• July 4 - Eva Gabor, Hungarian actress (b. 1919)• July 4 - Bob Ross, American television painter (b. 1942)• July 5 - Takeo Fukuda, Japanese politician (b. 1905)• July 16 - Patsy Ruth Miller, American actress (b. 1904)• July 16 - Stephen Spender, English poet and writer (b. 1909)• July 17 - Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentine race car driver (b. 1911)• July 17 - Harry Guardino, American actor (b. 1925)• July 18 - Fabio Casartelli, Italian cyclist (b. 1970)• July 21 - Genevieve Tobin, American actress (b. 1899)• July 24 - Marjorie Cameron, American writer, painter, actress, and occultist (b. 1922)• July 24 - George Rodger, British photojournalist (b. 1908)• July 25 - Charlie Rich, American singer (b. 1932)• July 27 - Miklós Rózsa, Hungarian composer (b. 1907)• July 29 - Philippe De Lacy, American actor (b. 1917)• August 1 - Esther Muir, American actress (b. 1903)• August 3 - Ida Lupino, British actress (b. 1914)• August 3 - Edward Whittemore, American author and Central Intelligence agent (b. 1933)• August 4 - J. Howard Marshall, American billionaire (b. 1905)• August 7 - Brigid Brophy, English author (b. 1929)• August 9 - Jerry Garcia, American guitarist (b. 1942)• August 11 - Phil Harris, American actor (b. 1904)• August 13 - Mickey Mantle, baseball player (b. 1931)• August 15 - John Cameron Swayze, American journalist (b. 1906)• August 17 - Howard Koch, American screenwriter (b. 1901)• August 19 - Pierre Schaeffer, French composer (b. 1910)• August 21 - Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Indian-born astrophysicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1910)• August 24 - Gary Crosby, American singer and actor (b. 1933)• August 24 - Alfred Eisenstaedt, German-American photographer (b. 1898)• August 29 - Michael Ende, German author (b. 1929)• August 29 - Frank Perry, American film director (b. 1930)• August 30 - Fischer Black, American economist (b. 1938)• August 30 - Sterling Morrison, American guitarist (b. 1942)• September 11 - Jimmy Ryce, American abducted child (b.1985)• September 12 - Jeremy Brett, English actor (b. 1933)• September 15 - Harry Calder, South African cricketer (b. 1901)• September 15 - Dietrich Hrabak, German World War II flying ace (b. 1914)• September 15 - Gunnar Nordahl, Swedish footballer (b. 1921)• September 17 - Grady Sutton, American actor (b. 1906)• September 19 - Orville Redenbacher, American entrepreneur and businessman (b. 1907)• September 20 - Eileen Chang, Chinese writer (b. 1920)• September 25 - Bessie Delany, American physician and author (b. 1891)• September 25 - Pedro Nolasco, Dominican republican boxer (b. 1963)• October 1 - Margaret Gorman, First Miss America winner (b. 1905)• October 5 - Linda Gary, American voice actress (b. 1944)• October 9 - Alec Douglas-Home, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1903)• October 12 - Johnny Gammage, African American motorist• October 21 - Maxene Andrews, American singer (b. 1916)• October 21 - Jesús Blasco, Spanish comic book author (b. 1919)• October 21 - Shannon Hoon, American singer (b. 1967)• October 22 - Kingsley Amis, English writer (b. 1922)• October 22 - Mary Wickes, American actress (b. 1910)• October 25 - Viveca Lindfors, Swedish actress (b. 1920)• October 25 - Bobby Riggs, American tennis champion (b. 1918)• October 26 - Gorni Kramer, Italian bandleader and songwriter (b. 1913)• October 26 - Wilhelm Freddie, Danish painter (b. 1909)• October 29 - Terry Southern, American screenwriter (b. 1924)• November 4 - Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister of Israel, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (b. 1922)• November 4 - Gilles Deleuze, French philosopher (b. 1925)• November 4 - Paul Eddington, English actor (b. 1927)• November 7 - Ann Dunham, American anthropologist and mother of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States (b. 1942)• November 12 - Robert Stephens, British actor (b. 1931)• November 13 - Ralph Blane, American composer (b. 1914)• November 20 - Sergei Grinkov, Russian figure skater (b. 1967)• November 21 - Noel Jones, British diplomat (b. 1940)• November 22 - Elisa Izquierdo, American murder victim (b. 1989)• November 23 - Louis Malle, French film director (b. 1932)• November 24 - Jeffrey Lynn, American actor (b. 1909)• November 30 - Stretch, American rapper and record producer (b. 1972)• December 2 - Roxie Roker, American actress (b. 1929)• December 2 - Robertson Davies, Canadian novelist (b. 1913)• December 3 - Jimmy Jewel, English actor (b. 1909)• December 7 - Kathleen Harrison, British actress (b. 1892)• December 9 - Vivian Blaine, American actress (b. 1921)• December 10 - Darren Robinson, American rapper and actor (b. 1967)• December 16 - Johnny Moss, American poker player (b. 1907)• December 18 - Konrad Zuse, German engineer (b. 1910)• December 20 - Madge Sinclair, Jamaican-American actress (b. 1938)• December 22 - Butterfly McQueen, American actress (b. 1911)• December 22 - James Meade, English economist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1907)• December 23 - Patric Knowles, English actor (b. 1911)• December 25 - Nicolas Slonimsky, Russian-American musicologist (b. 1894)• December 25 - Dean Martin, American actor and singer (b. 1917)• December 30 - Doris Grau, American actress (b. 1924)• December 30 - Heiner Müller, German poet and playwright (b. 1929)

What happened on decmeber 17 in history?

Below are some of the important events:Birthday of the Raja (Perlis)Christian Feast Day:Paschal BaylonRestitutaMay 17 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)Constitution Day (Nauru and Norway)Earliest date on which Trinity Sunday can fall, while June 20 is the latest; celebrated on the first Sunday after Pentecost. (Western Christianity)Feast of 'Aẓamat (Bahá'í Faith)Galician Literature Day or Día das Letras Galegas (Galicia)International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia aka IDAHOLiberation Day (Democratic Republic of the Congo)National Famine Memorial Day (Ireland)Navy Day (Argentina)World Information Society Day (International)

What happened in history in September 5 years ago?

September 4, 2004 Hurricane Frances hits Florida, causing $40 billion in damage. September 4, 1997 14th MTV Awards September 4, 1997 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Louisville Kentucky on WTFX 100.5 FM September 4, 1996 13th MTV Awards: Alanis Morrisett and Smashing Pumpkins wins September 4, 1995 Jerry Lewis' 30th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $47,800,000 September 4, 1995 Mary Beth Zimmerman wins LPGA State Farm Rail Golf Classic September 4, 1994 Bulgarian government of Berov falls September 4, 1994 Cleveland Browns is 1st team in NFL to score a 2-point conversion September 4, 1994 Kansai International airport officially opens September 4, 1993 Jim Abbott pitches 4-0, no-hit win over Indians at Yankee Stadium September 4, 1993 Miklos Horthy appointed Hungarian admiral September 4, 1993Mats Wilander defeats Mikael Pernfors 7-6 (7-3), 3-6, 1-6, 7-6 (8-6), 6-4 in 4 hours 1 min U.S. Open Tennis match concluding at 2:26 AM September 4, 1992"Scared Silent" is 1st non news program to be seen on 3 networks simultaneously. (CBS, NBC and PBS), about child abuse hosted by Oprah September 4, 1991 "Most Happy Fella" opens at New York State Theater New York City September 4, 1991 Rte 35 Theater in Hazlit, last drive-in in NJ, closes September 4, 1991Panel of 8 baseball experts vote to drop asterisk next to Roger Maris HR record and determine an official no hitter must go at least 9 innings September 4, 1989 Beth Daniel wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic September 4, 1989 Jerry Lewis' 24th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $42,737,219 September 4, 1988 Mike Tyson crashes a silver BMW into a tree near Catskills NY September 4, 1988 Phoenix Cardinals play 1st regular-season NFL game September 4, 1986 189.42 million shares traded in New York Stock Exchange September 4, 1986 Claude Brochu becomes CEO of Montreal Expos September 4, 1985 Igor Paklin of U.S.S.R. set a new high jump world record at 7-11 12 September 4, 1985 New York Mets Gary Carter's 2 home runs ties record of 5 home runs in 2 games September 4, 1984 Nigerian singer Fela Kuti sentenced to 2 years September 4, 1983 "Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat" closes at Royale New York City after 747 performances September 4, 1983 83rd U.S. Golf Amateur Championship won by Jay Sigel September 4, 1983 Greg LeMond becomes only American to win cycling's Road Championship September 4, 1983 Scott Michael Pellaton sets barefoot waterski speed rec (119.36 mph) September 4, 1982 Arson fire engulfs apt-hotel in LA, 25 die September 4, 1982 U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test September 4, 1981 Longest game at Fenway Park completed in 20, Mariners-8, Red Sox-7 September 4, 1981 Newscaster David Brinkley is released by NBC September 4, 1981 Seattle Mariners beat Boston Red Sox, 8-7, in 20 inn (started 9/3) September 4, 1981 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site September 4, 1980 Yes performs its last concert (MSG) September 4, 1979 India need 438 to win vs. England, game ends at 8-429 September 4, 1979 Iran army conquerors Baneh September 4, 1978 Jerry Lewis' 13th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $29,074,405 September 4, 1978 New York Yankee pitcher Ron Guidry wins his 20th (on way to 25-3 season) September 4, 1978 Pat Bradley wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic September 4, 1977 "Godspell" closes at Broadhurst Theater New York City after 527 performances September 4, 1977 Hollis Stacy wins LPGA Rail Muscular Dystrophy Golf Classic September 4, 1976 Palestinians hijack KLM DC-9 to Cyprus September 4, 1974 Emmy News and Documentaries Award presentation September 4, 1973 William E. Colby, becomes 10th director of CIA September 4, 1972 U.S. swimmer Mark Spitz becomes 1st athlete to win 7 olympic gold medals September 4, 1972 U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test September 4, 1971 Alaskan 727 crashes into Chilkoot Mountain, kills 109 (Alaska) September 4, 1970 George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord" single September 4, 1970 Russian ballerina Natalia Makarova gets political asylum September 4, 1970 Salvador Allende wins presidential election in Chile September 4, 1968 Nigerian troops conquer Aba Biafra September 4, 1967 6.5 earthquake of Kolya Dam India, kills 200 September 4, 1967 Jerry Lewis' 2nd Muscular Dystrophy telethon September 4, 1967 Train crash at Arnhem Neth, kills 5 September 4, 1966 Houston Oilers holds Denver Broncos to no 1st downs winning 45-7 September 4, 1966 Jim Hogan wins Europe marathon (2:20:04.6) September 4, 1965 Beatles' "Help!," single goes #1 and stays #1 for 3 weeks September 4, 1965 KREZ TV channel 6 in Durango, CO (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting September 4, 1965 Rock group Who's wan is vandalized with $10,000 in equipment stolen September 4, 1964 Eduardo Frei elected president of Chile September 4, 1964 Longest bridge in Europe opens (Scottish 4th Road Bridge) September 4, 1964 NASA launches its 1st Orbital Geophysical Observatory (OGO-1) September 4, 1962 Beatles record "How Do You Do It" at EMI September 4, 1962 French president De Gaulle visits German FR September 4, 1961 Carol Burnette-Richard Hayes Show premieres on CBS radio September 4, 1961 U.S. authorizes Agency for International Development September 4, 1960 Hurricane Donna, kills 148 in Caribbean and US September 4, 1957 Ford Motor Co introduces Edsel September 4, 1957 Governor of Arkansas, Orval Faubus, calls out National Guard to stop 9 black students from entering a Little Rock high school September 4, 1954 1st passage of McClure Strait, fabled Northwest Passage completed September 4, 1954 Peter B Cortese of U.S. achieves a one-arm deadlift of 370 lbs; 22 lbs over triple his body weight, at York, Pennsylvania September 4, 1953 WATR (now WTXX) TV channel 20 in Waterbury, CT (NBC) begins September 4, 1953 WGEM TV channel 10 in Quincy-Hannibal, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting September 4, 1953 Yanks become 1st team to win 5 consecutive championship September 4, 1951 1st transcontinental TV broadcast, by President Truman September 4, 1951 71st U.S. Mens Tennis: F A Sedgman beats Elias V Seixas, Jr. (64 61 61) September 4, 1951 NBC extends to become a 61 station coast-to-coast network September 4, 1951 President Truman addresses opening of Japanese Peace Treaty Conference September 4, 1950 1st helicopter rescue of American pilot behind enemy lines September 4, 1950 D McI Hodgson of St. Ann Bay, Nova Scotia catches a 997 lb tuna September 4, 1950 Heavy typhoon strikes Japan, kills about 250 September 4, 1949 Marie Robie sinks 393 yd hole-in-one (1st hole in Furnace Brook) September 4, 1948 "Angel in the Wings" closes at Coronet Theater New York City after 308 performances September 4, 1948 Queen Wilhelmina abdicates Dutch throne September 4, 1945 Ruben Fine wins 4 simultaneous rapid chess games blindfolded September 4, 1945 U.S. regains possession of Wake Island from Japan September 4, 1944 2,087 Jews transported for Westerbork to KZ-Lower Theresienstadt September 4, 1944 64th U.S. Mens Tennis: Frank Parker beats Wm F Talbert (64 36 63 63) September 4, 1944 British 2nd Armoured pantzer division frees Antwerp September 4, 1944 Finland breaks diplomatic contact with nazi-Germany September 4, 1944 U.S. 1st Army frees Namen September 4, 1943 British 8th army lands at Taranto South Italy September 4, 1942 Transport nr 28 departs with French Jews to nazi-Germany September 4, 1941 New York Yankees, win earliest AL pennent (full season) September 4, 1941 U.S. destroyer Greer fires on German submarine U-652 September 4, 1941 Yanks beat Red Sox 6-3 and clinch their 12th and earliest pennant September 4, 1940 Gerbrandy becomes premier of Dutch government in exile September 4, 1940 Mussert sends telegram, that Hitler has captured the Dutch September 4, 1940 Nazi collaborator Mussert puts the fate of Netherlands in Hitler's hands September 4, 1939 Dutch 2nd Chamber affirms Netherlands in a State of War September 4, 1939 German submarine U-30 sinks British passenger ship Athenia September 4, 1939 German troops move into Danzig September 4, 1939 Netherlands and Belgium declare neutrality September 4, 1939 Mir, a castle used by the occupying Nazi forces as a Jewish ghetto, is exterminated September 4, 1939 RAF bombs Wilhelmshafen September 4, 1938 Vainio Muinonen wins 2nd European marathoner (2:37:28.8) September 4, 1937 Doris Kopsky, becomes 1st NABA woman cycling champion (4:22.4) September 4, 1936 Franco troops conquer Irun and Talavera de la Reina Spain September 4, 1936 Largo Caballero becomes Spanish premier September 4, 1934 Bradman scores 149* Aust vs. Eng XI, 104 mins, 17 fours 4 sixes September 4, 1933 1st airplane to exceed 300 mph (483 kph), JR Wendell, Glenview, Il September 4, 1933 Coup on Cuban president De Cespedes by Fulgencio Batista September 4, 1932 15th PGA Championship: Olin Dutra at Keller GC St. Paul Minn September 4, 1930 Cambridge Theater opens in London September 4, 1927 Charles Lindbergh visits Boise, Idaho, on his cross-country tour September 4, 1923 A Charlot and N Cowards revue "London Calling," premieres in London September 4, 1923 New York Yankee Sad Sam Jones no-hits Philadelphia A's, 2-0 September 4, 1922 Paavo Nurmi runs world record 2000m (5:26.3) September 4, 1920 Last day of Julian civil calendar (in parts of Bulgaria) September 4, 1919 39th U.S. Mens Tennis: William M Johnston beats Wm T Tilden (64 64 63) September 4, 1919 British intervene in Petrograd September 4, 1918 Jhr Ch Ruys de Beerenbrouck becomes 1st Dutch Catholic premier September 4, 1918 U.S. troops land in Archangel, Russia, stay 10 months September 4, 1916 Christy Mathewson and Mordecai Brown final baseball game September 4, 1914 British, French and Russian government sign Pact of London, against Germany September 4, 1914 General von Moltke ceases German advance in France September 4, 1912 1st accident (collision) in Londoner Underground: 22 injured person September 4, 1911 Garros sets world altitude record of 4,250 m (13,944 ft) September 4, 1908 Caledonia and Hillhurst Football Clubs play for Central Alberta Rugby Football League championship September 4, 1906 New York Highlanders win 5th straight doubleheader September 4, 1904 Dali Lama signs treaty allowing British commerce in Tibet September 4, 1899 8.3 earthquake shakes Yakutat Bay, Alaska September 4, 1894 In New York City, 12,000 tailors went on strike protesting sweat shops September 4, 1894 Soccer team Veendam 1894 forms September 4, 1893 English author Beatrix Potter 1st tells the story of Peter Rabbit September 4, 1888 George Eastman patents 1st roll-film camera and registers "Kodak" September 4, 1886 Apache Chief Geronimo surrenders ending last major US-Indian war September 4, 1885 1st cafeteria opens (New York City) September 4, 1882 1st district lit by electricity (NY's Pearl Street Station) September 4, 1870 3rd French republic proclaimed as they overthrow their king September 4, 1866 1st Hawaiian daily newspaper published September 4, 1864 Bread riots in Mobile, Alabama September 4, 1862 Gen Lee invades North with 50,000 Confederate troops September 4, 1862 North Beach and Mission Railway Company organized in SF September 4, 1854 English/French assault on Petropavlovsk Kamchatka September 4, 1842 Work on Koln cathedral recommences after 284-year hiatus September 4, 1833 1st newsboy hired (Barney Flaherty, 10 years old-NY Sun) September 4, 1813 1st U.S. relig newspaper (Religious Remembrancer (Christian Observer)) September 4, 1807 Robert Fulton begins operating his steamboat September 4, 1805 1st edition of Batavian State-Current published September 4, 1786 Orange troops plunder Hattem/Elburg September 4, 1781 Los Angeles founded by 44 in Bahia de las Fumas, (Valley of Smokes) September 4, 1778 City Amsterdam signs trade agreement with U.S. rebels September 4, 1695 French garrison of castle Names surrenders for Willem III September 4, 1682 English astronomer Edmund Halley sees his namesake comet September 4, 1618 "Rodi" avalanche destroys Plurs Switzerland, 1,500 killed September 4, 1571 Catholic coup in Scotland September 4, 1479 King Alfonso I of Portugal recognizes Isabella as queen of Castilie September 4, 1414 Peace of Atrecht: John the fearless and Armagnacs September 4, 1282 King Pedro III of Aragonorth annexes Sicily September 4, 1260 Battle at Montaperti-Guelfen vs Ghibellijnen September 4, 1024 Conrad II the Sailor chosen German king September 4, 476 Romulus Augustulus, last Roman emperor in west, is deposed September 4, 422 St. Boniface I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

Related questions

What was the name of the steam locomotive to become the first to officially exceed 100 mph on November 30 1934?

It was The Flying Scotsman

How fast was the mallard train?

The mallard was the fastest locomotive ever built , it reach a speed of 226 mph, it hold the record for the fastest Locomotive ever built The Mallard ,an A4 Pacific of the LNER reached 226.34 mph

How many seconds does it take the 2007 Yamaha R1 to reach 100 mph?

The 2007 Yamaha R1 takes approximately 4 seconds to reach 100 mph.

Why is the locomotive train so slow?

Which locomotive?The French have topped 360 mph.

What was the first car to reach mph?

The very first car ever made could do 2 mph so it reached mph.

What was the top speed of an FP45 Locomotive?

95 mph

How did the steam locomotive change America?

The steam locomotive could go 18 mph, and could go faster and farther than boats.

When trains were invented how fast did trains go?

The first locomotive was built by Richard Trevithick and had a top speed of about 4 mph (miles per hour).

How fast could the first steam train go?

The first steam train, the Penydarren locomotive, reached a top speed of around 5 mph during its trial run in 1804.

What did the steam-powerd locomotive do?

Changed transportation speeds from under 10 mph to over 60.

How fast can a steam locomotive go?

i think about 60 to 100 mph becaus in aberistith the canbrian express went so fast from the station to the level crosing i dident have enogh time to take a picture of it.

How fast did a train go in the 1900s?

They could go 100 mph, passenger trains usually were limited to 60 mph, and most freights were lucky to reach 25 mph. The true limiting factor was the breaking systems.