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X class or Class X may refer to. [1]

15 relations: Class 10, Drone racing, First-person view (radio control), Mercedes-Benz X-Class, Model yachting, NCC Class X, NER Class X, NZR X class, South Australian Railways X class, Tasmanian Government Railways X class, Victorian Railways X class, Victorian Railways X class (diesel), WAGR X class, X-class lifeboat, X-class submarine.

Class 10

Class 10 may refer to.

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Drone racing

FPV drone racing (where FPV stands for first-person view or first person video) is a sport type where participants control "drones" (typically small radio-controlled aircraft or quadcopters), equipped with cameras while wearing head-mounted displays showing the live stream camera feed from the drones.

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First-person view (radio control)

First-person view (FPV), also known as remote-person view (RPV), or simply video piloting, is a method used to control a radio-controlled vehicle from the driver or pilot's view point.

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Mercedes-Benz X-Class

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is a luxury pickup truck produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz, a division of German company Daimler AG.

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Model yachting

Model yachting is the pastime of building and racing model yachts.

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NCC Class X

The Northern Counties Committee (NCC) Class X was a solitary diesel-hydraulic shunting (switcher) locomotive built by Harland and Wolff (H&W) for service in the NCC's yards and at Belfast docks.

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NER Class X

The NER Class X (LNER Class T1) was a class of 4-8-0T tank locomotive designed by Wilson Worsdell for the North Eastern Railway.

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NZR X class

The NZR X class was a pioneering class of eighteen 4-8-2 steam locomotives designed by A. L. Beattie that operated on the national rail network of New Zealand.

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South Australian Railways X class

The South Australian Railways X class was a class of 2-6-0 steam locomotives operated by the South Australian Railways.

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Tasmanian Government Railways X class

The X class was a class of diesel locomotives built by English Electric for the Tasmanian Government Railways between 1950 and 1952.

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Victorian Railways X class

The Victorian Railways X class was a mainline goods locomotive of the 2-8-2 'Mikado' type operated by the Victorian Railways (VR) between 1929 and 1960.

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Victorian Railways X class (diesel)

The X class are a class of mainline diesel locomotives built by Clyde Engineering, Granville and Rosewater for the Victorian Railways between 1966 and 1976.

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WAGR X class

The X class was a class of diesel locomotives built by Beyer, Peacock and Company and Metropolitan-Vickers, Bowesfield Works, Stockton-on-Tees for the Western Australian Government Railways between 1954 and 1956.

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X-class lifeboat

The X-class lifeboat is a class of small inflatable boat operated by the RNLI of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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X-class submarine

The X class was a World War II midget submarine class built for the Royal Navy during 1943–44.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_class

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