gear is placed at B. The motor armature is mounted upon a hollow shaft, which is connected with the compensating gear. The shafts D
and C, upon which are mounted the pinions E and F. are turned by the side wheels of the compensating gear, and therefore will run at such velocities as the motion of the carriage wheels may require.
Fig. 6 shows a Columbia victoria provided with a single motor equipment
arranged in accordance with the diagram, Fig. 5. Fig 7 shows another Columbia vehicle in which a double motor equipment is em-