Ferrocarriles Nacionales de Mexico DH-19
Title:
Ferrocarriles Nacionales de Mexico DH-19
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Susquehanna 4002
Title:
Susquehanna 4002
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Blue Mountain and Reading Locomotives
Title:
Blue Mountain and Reading Locomotives
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Description:
A doubleheader has a train load of enthusiasts passing through Shoemakersville, Pa. en route back to Temple during Railfan's Day, June 29, 1986. Both locomotives are owned by the Blue Mountain & Reading, the 2102, a former Reading locomotive, and the 425, a former Gulf, Mobile & Ohio locomotive. 2102 was built in the Reading Co. Shop in Reading, Pa. from a 2-8-0 Consolidation in 1945. The 110 foot Northern gained fame in the 1960's as one of the locomotives to head-up the Reading Iron Horse Rambles. Pacific 425 was built by Baldwin in 1928 and is one of the main-stays of excursion service on the Blue Mountain & Reading. On occasion the locomotives leave home rails and run over the tracks of the former Pennsylvania and Reading railroads.


Nickel Plate Mikado 587
Title:
Nickel Plate Mikado 587
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Union Pacific 8444
Title:
Union Pacific 8444
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Pennsylvania 1361
Title:
Pennsylvania 1361
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Description:
The first K4s was built in the railroad's Juniata Shops, Altoona, Pa, in 1914 and numbered 1737. The 4-6-2 underwent exhaustive testing both on the road and in the shop's test plant. Not a super-power machine, the Pacific was a straight forward design, hand fired with screw reverse but superheated. Originally the locomotive was equipped with a square cased headlight and a wooden pilot. After three years, in 1917, Juniata Shops started turning out more of these tough steeds. By the late 1920s the last of 425 class K4s Pacific steam locomotives were built. K4s 1361 was famous as it was the Pacific that was placed on Horseshoe Curve for exhibition. Dedication was on June 8, 1957. After years of display the locomotive was removed to Conrail's shops for restoration. Its first trip was on April 12, 1987, to Bellefonte, Pa during the weekend of August 27 and 28, 1999. 1361 powered excursions for the York Chamber of Commerce in observation of 150 years of rail service. The Pacific is seen here by the York Pa. station on August 28, 1888.



Union Pacific 4017
Title:
Union Pacific 4017
Harriman Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
Big Boy, the world's largest steam locomotive was operated by the Union Pacific Railroad and was noted for its service over Sherman Hill in Wyoming. A truly modern steam locomotive, they survived the diesel invasion until July 21, 1959 when Big Boy 4015 was made the last regular steam locomotive run over Sherman Hill. In this view, 4-8-8-4 No. 4017 has a drag freight in tow west of Harriman, Wyo., October 6, 1958. The articulated 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement allowed the front set of drivers to move sideways to negotiate normal track curves. Weighing in at 1.2 million pounds and exerting a tractive effort of 135,375 pounds, these giant locomotives were designed to move the freight at speeds up to 80 miles mils per hour. A total of 25 Big Boys were turned out by the American Locomotive Co., in Schenectady, NY from the time No. 4000 deadheaded west on the New York Central in September 1941 until the last group of five, 4020-4024, were delivered to the Union Pacific in November 1944.


Norfolk & Western 1218
Title:
Norfolk & Western 1218
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Amtrak - Hudson Highlander
Title:
Amtrak - Hudson Highlander
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Reading 2012 - Happy Fortieth Anniversary T-1!
Title:
Reading 2012 - Happy Fortieth Anniversary T-1!
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Description:
It was during the post war years of 1945-47 that the Reading Co. placed thirty of these 4-8-4 Northern type steam locomotives in service. A middle-weight 4-8-4 at over 220 tons engine weight, these locomotives were rebuilt and stretched from 76 foot class I-10 consolidations to 110 foot Northern. The T-1 has 70 inch drivers, a boiler pressure of 240 pounds and a total tractive effort with booster cut in of 79,100 pounds. The tender holds 26 tons of coal and 19,000 gallons of water. No. 2102 participated in the original Reading co. Iron Horse Rambles in the early 1960s along with No. 2100. No. 2102 also had the distinction of being the star steam motive power for the Delaware & hudson's Sesquicentennial in 1973 as No. 302. In September 1989, the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society operated a series of four Rambles with 2102. Here, the T-1 is seen at the former Reading Co. shops in Reading, Pa. on September 21, 1985. It should also be noted, that the year the first T-1, No. 2100, was placed in service in 1945, the Reading Shops celebrated its 100th anniversary of locomotive building. More than 600 new locomotives were erected here and many others rebuilt including the thirty T-1s and 220 ton 2-10-2s.



Reading 2012
Title:
Reading 2012
Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
Recreating the famous Reading Co. Iron Horse Ramblers of the '50's and '60's, the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society operated a series of four Rambles in September 1983. Excursions operated out of the Blue Mountain & Reading's Temple, Pa., station, north or Reading, to Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Jim Thorpe, PA. Northern 2102 is seen here in Reading on September 15. Reading 2102 is a 110 foot class T-1 steam locomotive rebuilt, along with 29 others, from 76 foot class 1-10 Consolidations in 1945-47. A fitting wat to mark the fortieth anniversary of T-1 service. Photo by Frank Ferguson.


Southern 4501
Title:
Southern 4501
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Southern Pacific 4449
Title:
Southern Pacific 4449
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Conrail 4022
Title:
Conrail 4022
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Norfolk & Western 611
Title:
Norfolk & Western 611
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Amtrak 914
Title:
Amtrak 914
Jumbo/Large Format unused



The Tennessean
Title:
The Tennessean
Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
The beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway has many scenic wonders to its credit but on Labor Day 1982 an additional sight was added to the list for the day as Norfolk & Western steam locomotive 611 passed under the parkway bridge east of Vinton, Va. The big class J locomotive and excursion train was enroute to Alexandria fro Roanoke with the Centennial Limited - The Tennesseean on its second outing since return to service. Regular active service ended in October 1959 after a short nine years. After three years of storage, the 611 was donated to the City of Roanoke and displayed in the new transportation museum. Then, after almost 20 years a a static display, the 4-8-4 was removed for inspection and overhaul to power excursions in 1982. A set of matching cars were rebuilt and furnished by the Norfolk & Western and the Roanoke Chapter, National Railway Historical Society to add the final touch to this 1950s passenger train.


Santa Fe 5016
Title:
Santa Fe 5016
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Amtrak - The Lake Shore Limited
Title:
Amtrak - The Lake Shore Limited
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Illinois Central Railroad - "City of New Orleans"
Title:
Illinois Central Railroad - "City of New Orleans"
Jumbo/Large Format unused



Pennsylvania 4877
Title:
Pennsylvania 4877
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Santa Fe 5705
Title:
Santa Fe 5705
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Five diesel locomotives cross under the caboose of its own train after they traveled around the Tehachapi Loop at Walong, California, October 20, 1974. The Southern Pacific built the line eastward from Caliente up into the mountains on a 2.52 per cent ruling grade in 1875 and 1876. The 27 mile line through Tehachapi Pass, constructed under engineer William Hood, included a horseshoe curve at Caliente's Neck and a 3795-foot loop crossing over itself to gain 78 feet in elevation. This loop at Walong siding, the Tehachapi Loop, became world famous and is the outstanding feature of the hill. In 1899, the Sante Fe acquired rights to use the line resulting in a parade of trains moving up and down the hill since the start of the 20th century. Motive power was always big and in the second generation diesel era, the typical big power in General Motors EMD model SD45-2 locomotives such as the 5705 leading the train pictured.



Bangor and Aroostock Railroad - Potatoland Special
Title:
Bangor and Aroostock Railroad - Potatoland Special
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Southern 2839
Title:
Southern 2839
Jumbo/Large Format unused



New York Central 5328
Title:
New York Central 5328
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Burlington Northern F9
Title:
Burlington Northern F9
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Description:
Electro Motive built F9 covered wagons 818,815 and 810 await the next call to duty at Essex, Montana on July 2, 1979. The quartet of first generation diesel-electrics are assigned to pusher service. In 1979, the largest fleet of F Units was owned and operated by the Burlington Northern with 62 assigned to the Pacific Northwest, mainly in the State of Washington. The fleet is of Great Northern and Northern Pacific origin and is made up of four models F3's, F7's, one FP7 and F9's. Assignments are varied as they see service in drag freights, local service, helper service as mentioned and even hotshots. Continued use, rather than retirement, seems likely as the BN is rebuilding these F Units in 1979 due to the increasing need of motive power on the road.



Canadian Pacific - "The Canadian"
Title:
Canadian Pacific - "The Canadian"
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Southern 722
Title:
Southern 722
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Southern Crescent
Title:
Southern Crescent
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Rio Grande Zephyr
Title:
Rio Grande Zephyr
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Boston & Maine 300
Title:
Boston & Maine 300
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Delaware & Hudson 5002
Title:
Delaware & Hudson 5002
Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
The new D&H look! Alco built RS-11 in the new "mostly blue" paint scheme at the Voohreesville, NY Industrial Park, August 18, 1977. No 5002 was the first locomotive to be painted this scheme and, as can be seen, is fresh out of the paint shop. Built in March 1960, No 5002 was one of a group of 5000-5005, built as NOs. 8009-8014 for the New York Central but never delivered. Photo by Jim Shaughnessy



Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway - EMD F-T Diesel
Title:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway - EMD F-T Diesel
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Southern Pacific Railroad Co. - EMD F-7A No.356
Title:
Southern Pacific Railroad Co. - EMD F-7A No.356
Jumbo/Large Format unused



Union Pacific 3985
Title:
Union Pacific 3985
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Chicago & North Western Line
Title:
Chicago & North Western Line
Chicago Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
Yesterday! Back in the late Forties the doughty Pioneer, operating over some forty miles of strap rail, was the first locomotive in service from Chicago to the West. Today! The Giant Class "H", largest dual-service locomotive in the world, now in service on the C & NW Ry., is capable of a speed of 85 miles an hour; can haul 150 loaded freight cars (a train about 1 1/3 miles long) at a speed of 50 miles an hour! With over 10,000 miles of perfectly equipped railway extending into nine middle western states, the Chicago & North Western Railway provides a passenger and freight service west, north and northwest of Chicago that is efficient, modern and complete. The "North Western" adequately meets today's travel and shipping requirements. Travel and Transport Building, A Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago, 1934



B & O Locomotive No.5320 - "President Cleveland"
Title:
B & O Locomotive No.5320 - "President Cleveland"
Linen unused


Seaboard Railways - Silver Meteor
Title:
Seaboard Railways - Silver Meteor
Linen unused



Burlington Route - Pride of the Prairies - Engine 35, Mail Car
Title:
Burlington Route - Pride of the Prairies - Engine 35, Mail Car
Chrome unused


The "General"
Title:
The "General"
White Border unused



One of Jim Hill's Hogs
Title:
One of Jim Hill's Hogs
Leavenworth Washington (WA), Divided Back unused


Texas Zephyr
Title:
Texas Zephyr
Chrome unused



Canadian Pacific Stainless Steel Scenic Dome Streamliner
Title:
Canadian Pacific Stainless Steel Scenic Dome Streamliner
Chrome unused


Amtrak Train No. 86 "The Champion"
Title:
Amtrak Train No. 86 "The Champion"
Chrome unused



Amtrak Auto Train - General Electric P30CH
Title:
Amtrak Auto Train - General Electric P30CH
Chrome unused


Big Boy Engine, Union Pacific Exhibit, Chicago Railroad Fair
Title:
Big Boy Engine, Union Pacific Exhibit, Chicago Railroad Fair
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1949 Oct-2

Description:
Big Boy, a giant 4-8-8-4 Mallet type engine, is 133 feet long, nearly one-half the length of a city block, weighs 1,208,750 pounds, and has a fuel capacity of 28 tons. This monster of the rails is hinged in the center to permit it to take curves it otherwise could not accomplish. One Big Boy does the work which formerly required two locomotives, and when under full steam consumes 100,000 pounds of water and 22,000 pounds of coal per hour. It sets a world standard for size and power. Union Pacific Railroad has a large fleet of these giants in service.



Conway Scenic Railroad's Diesel Locomotive No.15
Title:
Conway Scenic Railroad's Diesel Locomotive No.15
Conway New Hampshire (NH), Chrome unused

Description:
Conway Scenic Railroad's Diesel Locomotive No. 15 pushes the snowplow to clear the tracks near conway, N.H. following a fresh snowfall.


Hi-Level Dome Car of El Capitan
Title:
Hi-Level Dome Car of El Capitan
Chrome unused

Description:
Designed to serve economy-minded coach fare travelers, the Santa Fe's El Capitan equals the time of the fastest de luxe trains between Chicago and Los Angeles.



Denver Zephyr
Title:
Denver Zephyr
Chrome unused


Streamlined...Diesel Powered....Frisco Meteor and Texas Special
Title:
Streamlined...Diesel Powered....Frisco Meteor and Texas Special
Linen unused

Description:
Twin Trains to Oklahoma and Texas - Streamlined, Diesel powered METEOR and TEXAS SPECIAL.... Now in Service.



Daylight
Title:
Daylight
Los Angeles California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
Southern Pacific "Daylight" Coast Line, Los Angeles to San Francisco, California The brightly colored, orange and red, Million Dollar Southern Pacific "Daylight" speeds daily along the magnificent California Coast line between San Francisco and Los Angeles-the route of the Missions. No rail trip anywhere, unfolds more thrilling scenery-following the very edge of the Pacific Ocean for more than a hundred miles.


Union Pacific Streamliner
Title:
Union Pacific Streamliner
Linen PM Nov-20

Description:
The Streamliners, City of Los Angeles, 41 3/4 hours between Chicago and Los Angeles, carry deluxe coaches, standard sleeping cars, dining cars, club and lounge cars. Ten round trips are made each month.



Streamliner '400' - Chicago and North Western Line
Title:
Streamliner '400' - Chicago and North Western Line
Linen unused


Streamliner " City of San Francisco"
Title:
Streamliner " City of San Francisco"
Linen unused



Union Pacific Streamline Train
Title:
Union Pacific Streamline Train
Linen unused


Union Pacific Streamliner "City of Los Angeles"
Title:
Union Pacific Streamliner "City of Los Angeles"
Linen



Southern Pacific Streamlined Train "Sunbeam"
Title:
Southern Pacific Streamlined Train "Sunbeam"
Linen unused


The "Daylighter" Limited - San Francisco to Los Angeles
Title:
The "Daylighter" Limited - San Francisco to Los Angeles
Linen unused



The Hiawatha
Title:
The Hiawatha
Linen unused


Maui's Sugar Cane Train
Title:
Maui's Sugar Cane Train
Chrome unused

Description:
Reconstructed 1890 Hawaiian Railroad between Lahaina and Kaanapali on Maui.



In the Highlands of the Hudson
Title:
In the Highlands of the Hudson
Divided Back unused


Big Boy 4-8-8-4 Mallet type engine
Title:
Big Boy 4-8-8-4 Mallet type engine
Chrome PM 1950 May-13



Virginia and Truckee Train
Title:
Virginia and Truckee Train
Reno Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
The full history of the romantic and glamorous Virginia & Truckee Railway is told in "Virginia & Truckee, A Story of Virginia City and Comstock Times," by Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg ($3 net). Available at your bookseller or from the publisher, Grahame Hardy, 2046 E. 14th Street, Oakland 6, Calif. Fully illustrated-including two maps.


Locomotive Glenbrook
Title:
Locomotive Glenbrook
Chrome unused

Description:
Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875. Hauled by oxen from Carson City, Nevada to Glenbrook, Nevada where it was used in sawmill operations. Logs milled at Glenbrook provided lumber for Virginia City mines.



Denver Zephyr - Burlington Route
Title:
Denver Zephyr - Burlington Route
Chrome unused


Northern Pacific Diesel Road Locomotive
Title:
Northern Pacific Diesel Road Locomotive
Chrome PM 1949 Oct-2



Union Pacific Railroad
Title:
Union Pacific Railroad
Chrome unused

Description:
The "City of Denver" dining car When you board this sleek overnight Streamliner in Chicago or Denver, you're assured of a marvelous meal, graciously served, in the attractively appointed dining car. Traveling in Pullman or reserved coach seat you arrive fully refreshed.


Denver Zephyr
Title:
Denver Zephyr
Chrome PM 1972



Western Maryland Railway Freight Train
Title:
Western Maryland Railway Freight Train
Chrome


Union Pacific R.R. Co.
Title:
Union Pacific R.R. Co.
Chrome unused

Description:
A trio of new Union Pacific 5000 h.p. G.E. U-50 diesel units eases into East Los Angeles, California with tonnage. When first introduced in 1963, the U-50's were the largest diesel locomotives ever built.



Southern Belle
Title:
Southern Belle
Linen unused


The Tennessean
Title:
The Tennessean
Linen PM Sep-23



The "Golden Eagle" Passing Hadley Woods
Title:
The "Golden Eagle" Passing Hadley Woods
unused


Union Pacific Streamliner
Title:
Union Pacific Streamliner
Las Vegas Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Don Lidikay Union Pacific R.R. Each year thousands of people pass through Las Vegas on these picturesque and luxurious Streamliners that cater to the tourists every need in a style heretofore unheard of on a trans-continental train. Western Resort Publications



South Shore 801
Title:
South Shore 801
Chrome unused


The "Silver Jubilee" Hauled by the "Silver Link" at Stevenage
Title:
The "Silver Jubilee" Hauled by the "Silver Link" at Stevenage
unused



Men Near Tracks Standing near X4100 Mallet Locomotive
Title:
Men Near Tracks Standing near X4100 Mallet Locomotive
Real Photo unused

Description:
Southern Pacific Railroad


S.P. Streamline Train "City of San Francisco" entering Reno
Title:
S.P. Streamline Train "City of San Francisco" entering Reno
Real Photo unused



Canadian Pacific Locomotive Engine #825
Title:
Canadian Pacific Locomotive Engine #825
Real Photo


El Capitan, Santa Fe Railroad
Title:
El Capitan, Santa Fe Railroad
Chrome unused



Rocky Mountain Rocket - at Pikes Peak
Title:
Rocky Mountain Rocket - at Pikes Peak
Linen unused


The Overland Limited
Title:
The Overland Limited
Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-10

Description:
Famous American Expresses Series 2458



New York Central Lines - "Twentieth Century Limited"
Title:
New York Central Lines - "Twentieth Century Limited"
Divided Back unused


Diesel Electric Locomotive
Title:
Diesel Electric Locomotive
Chrome PM 1951 Sep-24



Lackawanna Railroad "Phoebe Snow"
Title:
Lackawanna Railroad "Phoebe Snow"
Chrome unused


The Skunk and Super Skunk at Fort Bragg, Calif.
Title:
The Skunk and Super Skunk at Fort Bragg, Calif.
Susanville California (CA), Chrome unused



The Los Angeles Limited - Dining Car
Title:
The Los Angeles Limited - Dining Car
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The National Limited - Potomac River, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Title:
The National Limited - Potomac River, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
White Border unused



The Liberty Limited, Pennsylvania Railroad
Title:
The Liberty Limited, Pennsylvania Railroad
White Border unused


Broadway Limited - Pennsylvania Railroad
Title:
Broadway Limited - Pennsylvania Railroad
White Border unused



Overland Limited - Dressing Rooms for Men and Women
Title:
Overland Limited - Dressing Rooms for Men and Women
White Border unused


The St. Louis-Colorado Limited passing Forest Park, St. Louis
Title:
The St. Louis-Colorado Limited passing Forest Park, St. Louis
White Border PM 1914 May-28



Santa-Fe Scout - Club-Lounge Car
Title:
Santa-Fe Scout - Club-Lounge Car
Linen unused


Union Pacific - "Big Boy" 4-8-8-4 Mallet
Title:
Union Pacific - "Big Boy" 4-8-8-4 Mallet
Chrome unused



Illinois Central-Panama Limited - Composite Observation Car
Title:
Illinois Central-Panama Limited - Composite Observation Car
White Border


The Capitol Limited - Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Title:
The Capitol Limited - Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
White Border unused



Burlington Route - Twin Zephyrs
Title:
Burlington Route - Twin Zephyrs
Chrome unused


Engine 41 - Ghost Town & Calico Railroad - Knott's Berry Farm
Title:
Engine 41 - Ghost Town & Calico Railroad - Knott's Berry Farm
Buena Park California (CA), Real Photo PM 1970 Jan-4



Boston & Maine Railroad's Locomotive No. 3716
Title:
Boston & Maine Railroad's Locomotive No. 3716
Chrome unused


Frisco Meteor and Texas Special
Title:
Frisco Meteor and Texas Special
Linen unused



O&W Snow Plow at Work, March 3 1914
Title:
O&W Snow Plow at Work, March 3 1914
Liberty New York (NY), Real Photo unused


First Engine Operated Over Central Pacific RR
Title:
First Engine Operated Over Central Pacific RR
Sacramento California (CA), Divided Back unused



Hershey Chocolate Co
Title:
Hershey Chocolate Co
Hershey Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Hershey Station


4100 Type Mallet, SPRR
Title:
4100 Type Mallet, SPRR
Real Photo PM 1948 Dec-28



Grand Trunk Diesel Engine
Title:
Grand Trunk Diesel Engine
Durand Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1946 Nov-08


Grand Trunk Engine
Title:
Grand Trunk Engine
Durand Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1946 Nov-12



Grand Trunk Diesel Engine
Title:
Grand Trunk Diesel Engine
Durand Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1946 Nov-11


G.T.W. Steam Liner in Durand, Mich.
Title:
G.T.W. Steam Liner in Durand, Mich.
Durand Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1948 Nov-04



Diesel Electric Locomotive Made in Canada - Canandian National Railways
Title:
Diesel Electric Locomotive Made in Canada - Canandian National Railways
Chrome unused


The Hummingbird
Title:
The Hummingbird
Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Crossing Biloxi Bay on the beautiful Mississippi Coast. Louisville and Nashville deluxe coach-Pullman train between Cincinnati - Chicago - St. Louis and New Orleans. Smart dining car serving famous L&N meals. Full length tavern-lounge car, radio.



Steam Locomotive - Santa Fe No.3415
Title:
Steam Locomotive - Santa Fe No.3415
Real Photo


L.M.S. Express Tank Engine
Title:
L.M.S. Express Tank Engine
Real Photo unused



L. & N.W.R. Irish Boat Express
Title:
L. & N.W.R. Irish Boat Express
Divided Back

Description:
Famous Expresses Series IX


North British Railway - Express Train
Title:
North British Railway - Express Train
Divided Back unused

Description:
Valentine's Artotype Series



Great Western Railway - Fishguard Boat Express
Title:
Great Western Railway - Fishguard Boat Express
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Famous Expresses Series VIII 9161


Great Western Express Engine
Title:
Great Western Express Engine
Divided Back PM Dec-23

Description:
Valentine Series



Union Pacific Streamliner "City of Los Angeles"
Title:
Union Pacific Streamliner "City of Los Angeles"
Linen PM 1950 Jun-14


Picking up a Train Engine That Had Tipped
Title:
Picking up a Train Engine That Had Tipped
Real Photo PM 1908 Mar-31



City Park-Old Union Pacific
Title:
City Park-Old Union Pacific
Marysville Kansas (KS), Real Photo


Locomotive at Station
Title:
Locomotive at Station
Real Photo PM 1908 Mar-2



Texas "Zephyr"
Title:
Texas "Zephyr"
Chrome unused


Promontory Summit, Utah
Title:
Promontory Summit, Utah
Promontory Summit Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
As it was 100 years ago, replicas of the Union Pacific's 119 and Central Pacific's Jupiter meet at the laurel tie and golden spike on May 10, 1969 in commemoration of the wedding of the rails between East and West.



Railroad Men and Steam Locomotive
Title:
Railroad Men and Steam Locomotive
Real Photo unused


Railroad Workers and "703" Locomotiive
Title:
Railroad Workers and "703" Locomotiive
Real Photo unused



Railroad Workers and "104" Locomotive
Title:
Railroad Workers and "104" Locomotive
Real Photo unused


The "Iron Horse" of the Midnight Ride to Omaha
Title:
The "Iron Horse" of the Midnight Ride to Omaha
Real Photo PM 1906 Dec-30



"Britannia" Class 7 P Pacific Locomotive
Title:
"Britannia" Class 7 P Pacific Locomotive
unused

Description:
British Railways, Eastern Region. This east coast express is being hauled by one of British Railways new standard "Britannia" Class 7 P Pacific Locomotives. It has two cylinders, 6ft. 2in. coupled wheels and a boiler pressure of 250 lbs./square inch.


Southern Railway
Title:
Southern Railway
unused

Description:
Southern Railway. Bournemouth Express. Drawn by Engine No. 737: Waterloo to Bournemouth, 108 miles in 2 hours 15 minutes.



The Pere Marquettes
Title:
The Pere Marquettes
unused

Description:
First of the postwar streamliners. These Chesapeake and Ohio all-reserved-seat coach trains operate on Michigan's fastest rail schedules between Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids.


Manchester Express at Rugby Station
Title:
Manchester Express at Rugby Station
unused

Description:
Royal Mail Route



Express Passenger Engine "Charles Dickens"
Title:
Express Passenger Engine "Charles Dickens"
PM 1911 Aug

Description:
Built 1882. Driving wheels 6 ft 6 in diameter. L & H.W. Railway "The London & North Western Railway is noted for Punctuality, Speed, Smooth Riding, Dustless Tracks, Safety and Comfort, and is the Oldest Established Firm in the Railway Passenger Business."


The Pere Marquettes
Title:
The Pere Marquettes
unused

Description:
First of the postwar streamliners. Pere Marquette Railway's all-reserved-seat coach trains operate on Michigan's fastest rail schedules between Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids.



Union Pacific Streamliner "City of Los Angeles"
Title:
Union Pacific Streamliner "City of Los Angeles"
Linen unused

Description:
The Streamliners, City of Los Angeles, 41 3/4 hours between Chicago and Los Angeles, carry de luxe coaches, standard sleeping cars, dining cars, club and lounge cars. Ten round trips are made each month.


Narrow Gauge Train
Title:
Narrow Gauge Train
Linen PM 1947

Description:
Narrow Gauge train that carried gold seekers into Central City, Colorado, and gold ore out. Albertype Co.



Railroad Station
Title:
Railroad Station
Fairbanks Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the first engines used on the railroad completed in 1923 which enabled large-scale gold mining to be carried on and gave new life and riches to Fairbanks. Mike Roberts Studio


Portland Zoo
Title:
Portland Zoo
Portland Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Louis Roberts Steam train at the overpass and the streamlined train.



First Engine Operated Over Cenntral pacific R.R. Out Of Sacramento, Cal.
Title:
First Engine Operated Over Cenntral pacific R.R. Out Of Sacramento, Cal.
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4486


Type 0_4_0 No. 3 Honesdale Locomotive
Title:
Type 0_4_0 No. 3 Honesdale Locomotive
Chrome unused

Description:
Built 1861, W. Cooke & Co. D&H Canal Co. Cash for your electric train. Any make or condition. The Station. Rear - 213 Ninth Street. New Cumberland, Pa. Open Daily 9:00 am till 5:00 pm.



Edaville Passenger Train
Title:
Edaville Passenger Train
South Carver Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
Edaville passenger train coming into the station, carrying a load of passengers who have just seen the origin of Ocean Spray products growing on the bogs of Edaville Plantation.


Streamliners Lined Up for Departure
Title:
Streamliners Lined Up for Departure
Chrome PM 1964 Sep

Description:
at Union Station in Los Angeles, California. Union Pacific Railroad color photo.



Famous Engine "Old #38"
Title:
Famous Engine "Old #38"
Sandy Creek New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
This locomotive finished the steam passenger era in New York State on the New York Central System June 6, 1954... She carried 700 passengers from Syracuse to Lacona, NY on the final run. A 2-8-0 consolidated locomotive from the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain RR in Pennsylvania. Dexter Press, Inc.


Greater Galveston Causeway - Protected Roadway
Title:
Greater Galveston Causeway - Protected Roadway
Real Photo unused

Description:
Commenced September 21, 1909, to be completed December 1910.



Rocky Mountain Rocket
Title:
Rocky Mountain Rocket
Linen unused


Train Waiting at Station
Title:
Train Waiting at Station
Real Photo unused



Engine No. 7, Edaville R.R.
Title:
Engine No. 7, Edaville R.R.
Chrome unused

Description:
Engine No. 7 with her train traveling through the cranberry bogs at Edaville in South Carver, Mass. No. 7 is one of 5 operating 2 foot gauge locomotives at Edaville. Originally built by the Baldwin Locomotive Co. in 1913 for the Bridgeton & Saco River R.R. up in Maine, it was saved by Ellis D. Atwood along with sister engine No. 8 and brought to Edaville in 1946. Here it has been running on a 5 1/2 mile line, and is maintained better than when it worked up in Maine.


The P. R. R. New York-Chicago Flyer 18-hour Train
Title:
The P. R. R. New York-Chicago Flyer 18-hour Train
Divided Back PM 1906 Jul-31

Description:
Series 102



Limited Express Train Embossed Card
Title:
Limited Express Train Embossed Card
Divided Back PM Oct-30

Description:
"Limited Express"


New York Central's "Empire State Express"
Title:
New York Central's "Empire State Express"
Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
Most Famous Train in the World.



The New York Central's "Empire State Express"
Title:
The New York Central's "Empire State Express"
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-21

Description:
Most famous train in the world.


Empire State Express
Title:
Empire State Express
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1903 Oct-2



Train Engine and People
Title:
Train Engine and People
Real Photo unused

Description:
Wrecked July 29, 1929


Train Engine and Conductor
Title:
Train Engine and Conductor
Real Photo



First Train over the New Railroad
Title:
First Train over the New Railroad
Real Photo unused


Logging Train
Title:
Logging Train
Real Photo



Canadian Pacific Scenic Dome Streamliner "The Canadian"
Title:
Canadian Pacific Scenic Dome Streamliner "The Canadian"
Chrome unused


Western Express in the Berkshire Hills
Title:
Western Express in the Berkshire Hills
Divided Back unused



Around a Curve on the B. & M.
Title:
Around a Curve on the B. & M.
Divided Back PM 1910


20th Century, Limited - The New York Central and Lake Shore Railroads
Title:
20th Century, Limited - The New York Central and Lake Shore Railroads
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-23

Description:
Eighteen hour train between New York and Chicago, 980 miles in 18 hours



20th Century Limited Leaving New York
Title:
20th Century Limited Leaving New York
Divided Back

Description:
The Twentieth Century Limited on the Lake Shore & New York Central lines is the fastest long distance train in the world. It was put into service June 15 1902, on the 20-hour schedule, and in 1904 it was put on the 18-hour schedule, which is the schedule of the train at the present time. The train is electric lighted throughout and is provided with every luxury for modern travel.


White Mts. N.H., Engine Mt. Washington Railway
Title:
White Mts. N.H., Engine Mt. Washington Railway
New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused



Electric locomotive (1500 H.P.)
Title:
Electric locomotive (1500 H.P.)
Port Huron Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
St. Clair tunnel


The Freedom Train
Title:
The Freedom Train
Real Photo unused



Grasshopper Locomotive, B&O RR
Title:
Grasshopper Locomotive, B&O RR
Real Photo unused


Two Men by Large Locomotive
Title:
Two Men by Large Locomotive
Real Photo unused



Four Men Standing on Railroad Track Next to Train Engine
Title:
Four Men Standing on Railroad Track Next to Train Engine
Real Photo unused


Three Men by Locomotive
Title:
Three Men by Locomotive
Real Photo unused



Four Men on Railroad Tracks Next to Locomotive 8570
Title:
Four Men on Railroad Tracks Next to Locomotive
Real Photo unused


Amtrak X2000
Title:
Amtrak X2000
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
X2000 is a new generation high speed tilting train designed and built by ABB Traction and leased by Amtrak for testing and demonstration service in America. During the first half of 1993, X2000 is operating and carrying passengers on Amtrak routes. X2000's unique technology allows it to travel at significantly higher speeds through curves than other trains



Southern Pacific No. 38
Title:
Southern Pacific No. 38
Real Photo unused


Co. G Leaving Cumberland, Md., Sept. 10, 1917
Title:
Co. G Leaving Cumberland, Md., Sept. 10, 1917
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo



Wrecked Engine
Title:
Wrecked Engine
Real Photo unused

Description:
Binghamton NY Area


Steam Locomotive Exhibit - "Old Smoky"
Title:
Steam Locomotive Exhibit - "Old Smoky"
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), Chrome PM 1966 Oct-2

Description:
Built in 1944. Weight 412 tons. Length 110 feet. Height 15 1/2 feet. Mileage 900,000. Donated by the Milwaukee Road - installed y the citizens of Milwaukee - 1956



Alco-GE Dual-Purpose Diesel Locomotive Built by American Locomotive Company
Title:
Alco-GE Dual-Purpose Diesel Locomotive Built by American Locomotive Company
Chrome unused

Description:
in Schenectady, New York. These units are used for freight and passenger assignments as railroads throughout the world


Locomotive
Title:
This is the Engine I was On In a Wreck
Real Photo PM Jul-19



Locomotive Accident Through Building
Title:
Locomotive Accident Through Building
Pipestone Minnesota (MN), Real Photo PM 1913 Aug-15


Interior View, CG Machine Shop
Title:
Interior View, CG Machine Shop
Oelwein Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Western Express in the Berkshire Hills
Title:
Western Express in the Berkshire Hills
Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-27


Knickerbocker Express
Title:
Knickerbocker Express
Bangor Maine (ME), Divided Back PM 1937 Jul-17

Description:
Bar Harbor and New York



The Round House
Title:
The Round House
La Grande Oregon (OR), Divided Back

Description:
Engines ready for the days work


Motor Car Used on the Southern Pacific Lines
Title:
Motor Car Used on the Southern Pacific Lines
Divided Back unused



Southern Pacific "Coast Daylight"
Title:
Southern Pacific "Coast Daylight"
Chrome unused

Description:
Entering San Francisco


Southern Pacific "Daylight" on the shore of the Pacific Ocean
Title:
Southern Pacific "Daylight" on the shore of the Pacific Ocean
Chrome unused

Description:
which it follows for over a hundred miles



The Fishguard Boat Express to Ireland, Great Western Railway
Title:
The Fishguard Boat Express to Ireland, Great Western Railway
unused

Description:
The Great Western Railway - The Fishguard Boat Express, on the Great Western Railway, provides the quickest means of transit between a very large portion of England and Wales and Ireland. Every convenience for lightening the trials of a long railway journey is found on this train, and it is the only route by which it is possible to leave London in the morning and reach the lakes of Killarney on the same day. Raphael Tuck & Sons' "Oilette" "Famous Expresses." [plate-marked] No. 9715 Art publishers to their majesties the King & Queen. Printed in England


The Milwaukee Special
Title:
The Milwaukee Special
Divided Back unused



Pennsylvania Raidroad, New Type Frieght Locomotive
Title:
Pennsylvania Raidroad, New Type Frieght Locomotive
Divided Back PM 1913 Feb-19

Description:
Engine No. 3396 Size of Cylinders 27" x 28" Steam pressure 160 lbs Diameter of driving wheels 56" Weight of engine and tender in working order 335 tons Height from rail to top of stack 15' 3-1/4" Total length of engine and tender 98' 3-3/4"


Streamliner "City of San Francisco" Crossing Great Salt Lake
Title:
Streamliner "City of San Francisco" Crossing Great Salt Lake
Linen

Description:
This sleek streamliner operates on a fast, daily schedule via North Western-Union Pacific-Southern Pacific between Chicago and San Francisco. It is the last word in travel comfort, offering coach and all types of sleeping car accommodations, dining cars and lounge cars



An Early American Locomotive
Title:
An Early American Locomotive
unused


Two Views of Train Locomotives
Title:
Two Views of Train Locomotives
Real Photo unused



"Daylight" Streamline Train, Southern Pacific Co
Title:
"Daylight" Streamline Train, Southern Pacific Co
Real Photo unused


Boston and Maine Railroad - Pacific #3710 at Boston 1935
Title:
Boston and Maine Railroad - Pacific #3710 at Boston 1935
Real Photo



Three Men on Locomotive at Station
Title:
Three Men on Locomotive at Station
Real Photo unused


Locomotive on Train Tracks
Title:
Locomotive on Train Tracks
Real Photo



"King George V" Great Western Railway 4-6-0 6000
Title:
"King George V" Great Western Railway 4-6-0 6000
Real Photo unused


L.M.S. Class Locomotive No.6201 - "Princess Elizabeth"
Title:
L.M.S. Class Locomotive No.6201 - "Princess Elizabeth"
Real Photo unused

Description:
"Princess Royal" Class



L.N.E.R. High Pressure Compound Express Locomotive No.10,000
Title:
L.N.E.R. High Pressure Compound Express Locomotive No.10,000
Real Photo unused


"Green Arrow " - L.N.E.R. 2-6-2 Express Goods and Passenger Engine
Title:
"Green Arrow " - L.N.E.R. 2-6-2 Express Goods and Passenger Engine
Real Photo unused



LNER "Flying Scotsman" Train Hauled by the High Power Locomotive
Title:
LNER "Flying Scotsman" Train Hauled by the High Power Locomotive
Real Photo unused


LNER 2-8-2 Locomotive "Cock O' the North"
Title:
LNER 2-8-2 Locomotive "Cock O' the North"
Real Photo unused

Description:
The Engine is used between Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Carlisle. Has 3 cylinders fitted with poppet valves and double chimney in front. It is the most powerful passenger locomotive in the British Isles



L.M.S. Turbomotive No. 6202
Title:
L.M.S. Turbomotive No. 6202
Real Photo unused

Description:
This notable locomotive is similar in design to the "Princess Royal" Class of the L.M.S. in respect of the boiler and wheel arrangement, but its method of propulsion is very different. Two non-condensing turbines are provided, one for forward motion and the other for reverse. On one occasion this engine reached a speed of over 90 m.p.h. with a load of 330 tons


"Cornish RIviera" Express Drawn by "King William IV" Engine
Title:
"Cornish RIviera" Express Drawn by "King William IV" Engine
Real Photo unused



Southern Railway, "Merchant Taylors" express locomotive
Title:
Southern Railway, "Merchant Taylors" express locomotive
Real Photo unused


The New LNER Train "East Anglian" No. 2859
Title:
The New LNER Train "East Anglian" No. 2859
Real Photo unused



Great Western Railway - 4901 ("Hall") Class Type 4-6-0
Title:
Great Western Railway - 4901 ("Hall") Class Type 4-6-0
Real Photo unused


The Royal Scot
Title:
The Royal Scot
Real Photo unused



L.N.E.R. "Flying Scotsman"
Title:
L.N.E.R. "Flying Scotsman"
Real Photo unused


Locomotive on Train Tracks
Title:
Locomotive on Train Tracks
Real Photo



Two Men with Small Locomotive on Train Track
Title:
Two Men with Small Locomotive on Train Track
Real Photo unused


The Denver Zephyr, The Burlington Route
Title:
The Denver Zephyr, The Burlington Route
Chrome unused

Description:
The Denver Zephyr between Chicago, Denver and Colorado Springs features Vista-Domes, luxurious chair coaches, Slumbercoaches, the Chuck Wagon (mid-train buffet-lounge car), dining car, all-room sleeping cars, and a parlor-observation-lounge car with the smart Colorado room. It is one of America's finest trains



Santa Fe Train Entering Southern California Through the Orange Groves
Title:
Santa Fe Train Entering Southern California Through the Orange Groves
Divided Back unused

Description:
Under the shadow of the lofty precipitous Sierra Madre Range lies beautiful San Gabriel Valley, which is undoubtedly the best known portion of Southern California. The Valley contains about 100 square miles of territory, nearly all of which has been transformed from sterile desert into a succession of small homes and thriving little cities


Click, Clack .... Hissssss!
Title:
Click, Clack .... Hissssss!
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
You're off for a ride on an old time steamer, in an open car with the wind blowing your hair and the people waving along the way. There is just a certain something about people and trains and good times at Marriott's Great America



Bringing In the Dead Engines, Carrington, N. Dak
Title:
Bringing In the Dead Engines, Carrington, N. Dak
Divided Back


Mallet Compound SP Freight Engine Sierra Grade
Title:
Mallet Compound SP Freight Engine Sierra Grade
Divided Back



Locomotive No. 5320 "President Cleveland" B&O
Title:
Locomotive No. 5320 "President Cleveland" B&O
Divided Back PM 1934 Sep-23


Train Approaching Edaville R.R. Station
Title:
Train Approaching Edaville R.R. Station
Chrome

Description:
The famous two foot gauge Edaville Railroad passenger train approaching railroad station. It is the last of the two footers on the American Continent



No. 7 Hauling Passenger Train - 79-D-7
Title:
No. 7 Hauling Passenger Train - 79-D-7
Chrome unused

Description:
Early Black Local winding its way over the many dikes thru the Edgville Plantation


Pride of the Prairies
Title:
Pride of the Prairies
Chrome unused

Description:
Engine 35... vintage of 1882... rolled up an incredible mileage in its day and is still in perfect running condition. The little Mail Car is a replica of one in which on July 28, 1862, enroute form West Quincy to St. Joseph, Missouri, over what is now a part of the Burlington main line from Chicago to Kansas City and St. Joseph, United States Mail was first sorted while in transit. The purpose was to speed the departure of the overland stage coach from St. Joseph to California. This was the forerunner of the present-day Railway Mail Service



50 Years of Progress in Burlington Locomotives
Title:
50 Years of Progress in Burlington Locomotives
Chrome unused

Description:
Side by side on the Worlds Fair grounds, these Burlington passenger engines illustrate a wonderful evolution in railroad motive power. The little 35 was the pride of the prairies in 1882, ad rolled up an incredible mileage in its day. It is still in perfect running condition. The 3000 is the most powerful 4-6-4-wheeled type locomotive in the world. It heads the Burlington's crack six-car exhibit train at the Century of Progress Exposition


Locomotive on the Alaska Railroad
Title:
Locomotive on the Alaska Railroad
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-14

Description:
The Alaska Railroad's last Steam locomotive on September 5, 1960 making its last passenger run--from Anchorage to the State Fair at Palmer, in the Matanuska Valley, and return. Old 557 has been sold for scrap and left Alaska June 14th 1965, aboard the Trainship ALASKA, bound for Everett, Washington



Official locomotive of Brown County 40 et 8
Title:
Official locomotive of Brown County 40 et 8
Chrome unused

Description:
This is the official locomotive of the Brown County 40 et 8. It is an exact replica of the G.B. and Western diesel, built in 1957, and the only one of its kind in the nation


Train Running Between Hill City and Oblivion, South Dakota
Title:
Train Running Between Hill City and Oblivion, South Dakota
Chrome unused

Description:
This unusual train runs between Hill City and Oblivion. This train makes a round trip several times each day during the months June, July, and August. Truly a remarkable ride



Bullet Train on the New Tohkaido Line
Title:
Bullet Train on the New Tohkaido Line
Continental Chrome PM 1969

Description:
Bullet Train on the New Tohkaido Line - passing by Mt. Ibuki near Nagoya. It is the world's fastest train (200km/h), covering 344 miles between Tokyo and Osaka in 3 hours


Special Super-Express - New Tokaido Line
Title:
Special Super-Express - New Tokaido Line
Continental Chrome unused



Southern Pacific Co.'s New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Title:
Southern Pacific Co.'s New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Largest engine in the world. Operated on the Ogden Route. Total weight 596,000 pounds - length over 94 feet. Hauling capacity on grade 1138 tons


Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Title:
Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Built for the Southern Pacific Co.'s Sierra Grade. Ogden Route



The Pere Marquettes
Title:
The Pere Marquettes
Chrome PM 1947 Oct-6

Description:
First of the postwar streamliners. These Chesapeake and Ohio all-reserved-seat coach trains operate on Michigan's fastest rail schedules between Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids


Rocky Mountain Rocket
Title:
Rocky Mountain Rocket
Linen

Description:
At the foot of famous Pikes Peak



Eastern Express on Line of Union Pacific
Title:
Eastern Express on Line of Union Pacific
Craydon Utah (UT), Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-3


Southern Pacific 547, an 0-6-0 T (Meaning Tank)
Title:
Southern Pacific 547, an 0-6-0 T (Meaning Tank)
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The genealogy of Southern Pacific steam locomotives covers, in many cases, Central Pacific parenthood. However, here stands a pure Southern Pacific product - with no tender, the water and fuel-oil supply being carried in the big whale-like tank straddling the boiler. The old roundhouse "goat" (or shop switcher) was captured in Los Angeles at the famous Taylor Roundhouse - sometime after 1940, probably in the early 1950s



L&N GP-38-2 4031 and Two Other Units
Title:
L&N GP-38-2 4031 and Two Other Units
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Are "in the hole" at Maplewood Jct., north of Nashville, TN, waiting for a north bound freight to pass. After which, 4031 and company will cross the north bound track to enter the yards


Visit the Lomita Railroad Museum
Title:
Visit the Lomita Railroad Museum
Lomita California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
LOMITA RAILROAD MUSEUM LOMITA JUNCTION Woodward Ave. & 250th St. West Lomita, California 90717 This mural is a part of the Lomita Railroad Museum. It is 72 ft. long and 25 ft. high and covers a wall on California First Bank Building on the corner of Pacific Coast Hwy. and Narbonne Ave. in Lomita, California. The engine is almost full size. The mural is well done--the colors are amazingly beautiful and it is illuminated at night. The Museum proper is a Victorian Depot, built in 1966 by Irene Lewis and given to the City of Lomita. Exact in every detail, it has hardwood interior and bricked-in yard. A #1765 Mogul built by Baldwin in 1902, U.P. caboose of 1910 plus a 1913 all wood boxcar are realistically exhibited on tracks. A unique display of railroadiana is housed here. A charming recreation park is available for group activities and general public enjoyment. With a decor such as benches, water fountain, lights, brick work, etc. of the Victorian era. Photo by Carlo Marino



Tram with McDonalds Advertising Kolns bunte Bahnen 1983
Title:
Tram with McDonalds Advertising Kolns bunte Bahnen 1983
Continental Chrome unused


The Hiawatha
Title:
The Hiawatha
Linen unused

Description:
The Milwaukee Road's Hiawathas cruise easily at 100 mph and are capable of more than two miles per minute, but speed is not all. Silence and riding ease, luxurious cars, air conditioned comfort, delightful meals and courteous service have combined to make the Hiawathas the most popular trains in the world. No extra fare



Giants of Speed and Power at A Century of Progress
Title:
Giants of Speed and Power at A Century of Progress
Linen unused

Description:
The Royal Scot, London-Glasgow-Edinburgh flyer of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. The Burlington Train, a composite train made up of equipment from regular Burlington trains. The Pride of the Prairies, Engine 35... vintage of 1882


People In Front of Train Engine
Title:
People In Front of Train Engine
Real Photo



"Old Number Two" Train
Title:
"Old Number Two" Train
Chrome unused

Description:
"Old Number Two" of the Cadillac and Lake City Railway wends its way for 22 smoky miles, serving North Cadillac, Lake City and Falmouth, Michigan


Hi-Level Dome Car of El Capitan
Title:
Hi-Level Dome Car of El Capitan
Chrome unused

Description:
Designed to serve economy-minded coach fare travelers, the Santa Fe's El Capitan equals the time of the fastest de luxe trains between Chicago and Los Angeles



Expect Me At..... Steam Train
Title:
Expect Me At..... Steam Train
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 661


Southern Pacific's New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Title:
Southern Pacific's New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Largest engine in the world. Operated on the Ogden Route. Total weight 596,000 pounds - length over 94 feet. Hauling capacity on grade 1138 tons



Southern Pacific Co.'s latest type compound Malet engine
Title:
Southern Pacific Co.'s latest type compound Malet engine
Divided Back unused


Steam Locomotive
Title:
Steam Locomotive
Divided Back unused



Railway Engine
Title:
Railway Engine
Divided Back unused


Southern Pacific Co's Motor Car
Title:
Southern Pacific Co's Motor Car
California (CA), Divided Back unused



World's Fastest Locomotive
Title:
World's Fastest Locomotive
Linen unused

Description:
The world's fastest run by a railroad train was made by the Broadway Limited of the Pennsylvania Railroad on Monday, June 12, 1905, when it ran 127.1 miles an hour between AY tower and Elida, Ohio. The Broadway Limited was pulled by coal-burning steam Locomotive 7002, and although many swift runs have been made in recent years by steam, electric and diesel locomotives, none has equalled the 127.1 mile-an-hour record run established in 1905. At the Chicago Railroad Fair of 1949, Locomotive 7002 stands on a section of P.R.R. standard roadbed with rails weighing 155-pounds to the yard - heaviest in the world


The "Spirit of 1776"
Title:
The "Spirit of 1776"
Real Photo unused



The Limited Express
Title:
The Limited Express
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


A Southern Pacific Engine
Title:
A Southern Pacific Engine
Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-25

Description:
California, as you know, is world famous for its fruits. This is a picture of one of the powerful Southern Pacific oil-fuel engines that haul the great train loads of California fruits over the Sierra Nevadas on their way to the eastern market, which depend greatly on this state for their supplies of the finest qualities. In the near future I will send you some car loads of fuits &c. which are bound to astonish you



Cog Road Engine Climbing Pikes Peak
Title:
Cog Road Engine Climbing Pikes Peak
Pikes Peak Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Southern Pacific Co's New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Title:
Southern Pacific Co's New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Largest engine in the world. Operated on the Ogden Route. Total weight 596,000 pounds - length over 94 feet. Hauling capacity on grade 1138 tons



World's Fastest Locomotive
Title:
World's Fastest Locomotive
Linen PM 1949 Sep-16

Description:
Pennsylvania Railroad's No. 7002 - Record 127.1 miles an hour Chicago Railroad Fair 1949


Experimental Turbo Train at Seabord Coast Line Station
Title:
Experimental Turbo Train at Seabord Coast Line Station
Hollywood Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
International Graphics Inc



Rio Grande 6013
Title:
Rio Grande 6013
Chrome unused

Description:
Alco built PA, passenger diesel locomotive, brings the Yampa Valley Mail through a late winter snow storm at Winter Park, Colorado. March 1962


German express engine
Title:
German express engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Taking continental trains from French to Russian frontier



GNR Express passenger engine
Title:
GNR Express passenger engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
No. 267. Cylinders 19 x 26. Wheels 7' 8" diameter. Tubes, 11431 sq. feet. Firebox 125 sq feet. Grate 231 sq. feet. Steam pressure 175 lbs. Doncaster Works, 1900


French Express Engine
Title:
French Express Engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
French Express Engine, working "Orient Express" through French territory



GNR 8 wheels coupled side tank engine No. 116
Title:
GNR 8 wheels coupled side tank engine No. 116
Divided Back unused

Description:
Cylinders 18" x 26". Wheels 4'8" diameter. Tubes 940 3/4 sq. feet. Firebox 111 1/2 sq. feet. Grate 17 3/4 sq. feet. Steam pressure 175 lbs. Tank capacity 1500 gallons. Bunker capacity 3 tons coal. Doncaster Works 1903


Express engine
Title:
Express engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Belgian State Rlys, taking continental trains through Belgium



"Flying Dutchman" GWR
Title:
"Flying Dutchman" GWR
Divided Back


Italian experess engine
Title:
Italian experess engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
taking continental trains to Brindisi



A Railroad Locomotive
Title:
A Railroad Locomotive
Real Photo unused


The Denver Zephyrs - Burlington Route
Title:
The Denver Zephyrs - Burlington Route
Chrome unused

Description:
On October 23, 1936, one of the new Denver Zephyrs set a new world's speed record for a long-distance non-stop run by dashing from Chicago to Denver in 12 hours, 12 minutes...1017 miles at an average speed of 83.3 m.p.h. Top speed on this spectacular run exceeded 116 miles per hour. It slashed by 53 minutes the previous record run of the original Zephyr, from Denver to Chicago in May, 1934



Morristown & Erie RR
Title:
Morristown & Erie RR
Chrome unused

Description:
The "Mauritius Jensen," No. 14, enroute to the terminal at Morristown, N. J. after completing the day's run to Essex Falls. Photo by Carl H. Sturner


The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Company
Title:
The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Company
South Heights Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
P&LE Train No. 274, the "Morning Steel King", Cleveland-Pittsburgh, passing Phillips Power Station, Duquesne Light Co., South Heights, Pa. From Original Painting by Howard Fogg



Canadian Pacific's Dome Streamliner
Title:
Canadian Pacific's Dome Streamliner
Chrome PM 1967 Sep-20

Description:
Canadian Pacific's all Stainless Steel Scenic Dome Streamliner - "The Canadian" - in the Canadian Rockies


The Super Skunk
Title:
The Super Skunk
Chrome unused

Description:
"The Super Skunk" taking water at Northspur, midway point between Fort Bragg and Willits. Passengers may disembark here to stretch their legs



The "Daylight"
Title:
The "Daylight"
Real Photo unused

Description:
Southern Pacific's new streamline train, which makes a daily dawn-to-dusk flight between San Francisco and Los Angeles


A Train Stopped Outside Town
Title:
A Train Stopped Outside Town
Real Photo



City of Portland City of Denver
Title:
City of Portland City of Denver
Chrome unused

Description:
Milwaukee Road Nos. 105-111, combined "City of Portland-Denver", leaves Chicago Union Station, November 1967. E9's Union Pacific 960 and Milwaukee 34C on the point


Florida East Coast
Title:
Florida East Coast
Chrome unused

Description:
Locomotives 418 and 421, on Florida East Coast Southbound extra, cross Snake Creek, North Miami, Florida, February 25, 1981



Chicago Rapid Transit 5001
Title:
Chicago Rapid Transit 5001
Chrome unused

Description:
Three compartment car No. 5001 was one of two units built for the Chicago Rapid Transit Co. in 1947 by Pullman. Two additional cars were built by St. Louis in 1948. In 1964 all four units were overhauled and rebuilt by the Chicago Transit Authority for operation on the Skokie Swift and operate as Nos. 51-54


Southern Pacific Co's New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Title:
Southern Pacific Co's New Compound Mallet Freight Engine
Divided Back PM 1910 Dec-30

Description:
Series 2714



Southern Pacific Railroad Co.'s Motor Car
Title:
Southern Pacific Railroad Co.'s Motor Car
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1737


Mallet Compound Engine
Title:
Mallet Compound Engine
Divided Back PM 1919 Oct-29

Description:
Series 2112 Largest and most powerful in the world used by southern Pacific co on Sierra Grades Ogden Route



Malet Compound Engine No. 4000, Ogden Route
Title:
Malet Compound Engine No. 4000, Ogden Route
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2113 Southern Pacific Co


Electric Train And Steam Locomotive
Title:
Electric Train And Steam Locomotive
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-11

Description:
Electric Train and Steam Locomotive on the N. Y. C. and H. R. R. R



Cog Road Engine Climbing Pike's Peak
Title:
Cog Road Engine Climbing Pike's Peak
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-23

Description:
Series 24


The Canadian National Railways
Title:
The Canadian National Railways
Divided Back unused

Description:
Canada owns most powerful Locomotive in British Empire. The Canadian national railways is placing in its fast passenger and freight service this year, on Canadian and United States lines, fifty-two of the new 6100 class locomotives, similar to that which handled the royal train of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales on his entry into Toronto, August 6th, Speed capacity, 80 miles per hour; weight, 326 tons; length, 94 feet 6 inches. This titan of the Steel Rail and exhibited at the Fair of the Iron Horse, Baltimore, Md., September 24th to October 8th, 1927.



Winter Wonderland with Railroad Tracks and Train
Title:
Winter Wonderland with Railroad Tracks and Train
Real Photo unused


Bell from Train
Title:
Bell from Train
Real Photo unused



Ian Allen Publicity
Title:
Ian Allen Publicity
Real Photo unused

Description:
Southern Maid with youthful admirers at Hythe


ICRR Locomotive
Title:
ICRR Locomotive
Real Photo unused



Natchez & Hamburg
Title:
Natchez & Hamburg
Real Photo unused


Oregon Pony 1862 - 1863
Title:
Oregon Pony 1862 - 1863
Real Photo unused



Pioneer C. &. N. W. R
Title:
Pioneer C. &. N. W. R
Real Photo unused


Train Coming out of Tunnel
Title:
Train Coming out of Tunnel
Real Photo unused



Locomotive 318
Title:
Locomotive 318
Real Photo unused


Old Engine Virginia &Truckee Railway
Title:
Old Engine Virginia &Truckee Railway
Real Photo unused



Chicago & Northwestern 421 & 419
Title:
Chicago & Northwestern 421 & 419
Chrome unused

Description:
In November 1981, these "presidential" F7A's are ready to head the union pacific/C&NW Director's special coming from the Wyoming coal fields to WEPCO's pleasant Prairie power plant in Wisconsin. Built in 1949 (rebuilt 1972), these EMD 1500 h.p. units pull official inspection trains and act as pilot locomotives when Amtrak detours onto the C&NW.


Central New York
Title:
Central New York
Chrome unused

Description:
Unit Number 101, an Alco RS-3, as viewed at Bridgewater, New York on October 20, 1977. The Central New York Railroad is one of our Nation's Newer Short Lines with operations beginning in December, 1973.



K45 Locomotive
Title:
K45 Locomotive
Chrome unused

Description:
Presented to City of Altoona by Pennsylvania Railroad. In Memory of the Old Iron Horse. Located at horseshoe Curve


Bridgeton & Harrison's Locomotive Number 8
Title:
Bridgeton & Harrison's Locomotive Number 8
Chrome unused

Description:
Bridgeton & Harrison's two foot gauge 2-4-4T Number 8 and baggage car pose in work a day dress at Bridgeton, Maine with an excursion extra in July, 1940. Built by Baldwin in 1924, Number 8 now works for the Edaville Railroad in South Carver, Massachusetts.



New Haven & Hartford Railroad's Locomotive Number 3341
Title:
New Haven & Hartford Railroad's Locomotive Number 3341
New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New Haven's Mountain Type Locomotive 4-8-2 Number 3341 lays over at Framingham, Massachusetts on June 11, 1949.


New Mellet Compound Engine
Title:
New Mellet Compound Engine
Divided Back unused



Car #7 Burgess
Title:
Car #7 Burgess
Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused


Metro - North 806
Title:
Metro - North 806
Chrome unused

Description:
The first GE B23-7 to wear the new paint scheme. Metro-North Commuter Railroad acquired Conrail locomotives 1900-1909 for additional power for passenger and work trains after Conrail departed the commuter business on January 1, 1983. No. 806 is seen at North White Plains, N. Y. on October 8, 1983.



Old Style Soo Line Wood Burning Locomotive Number 2
Title:
Old Style Soo Line Wood Burning Locomotive Number 2
Linen unused

Description:
This old Style Soo Line Locomotive Number 2 was a Wood Burner. Had a wheel arrangement of 4-4-0. Built in 1884 by the Rhode Island Locomotive Works. Photo Courtesy of Soo Line Railroad


L & N. W. Railway Locomotives
Title:
L & N. W. Railway Locomotives
Divided Back unused

Description:
"The London & North Western Railway is noted for Punctuality, Speed. Smooth Riding Dustless Tracks, Safety and comfort and is the Oldest Established firm in the Railway Passenger Business."



L. N. E. R. 2-6-2 Express Green Arrow
Title:
L. N. E. R. 2-6-2 Express Green Arrow
Divided Back unused

Description:
L. N. E. R. 2-6-2 Express goods and passenger engine "Green Arrow." This is the first of a new series of engines completed in June, 1936, at Doncaster Works. The Dome is streamlined and the Cab front extended into a wedge. The weight of the engine in working order is 93 tons 2 cwts. and of the engine and tender combined 144 tons 2 cwts. Driving wheels 6' 2' and Boiler pressure 220 lbs. to square inch.


London Midland & Scottish Railway
Title:
London Midland & Scottish Railway
Divided Back unused

Description:
"The Princess Royal," No. 6200. The largest and most powerful express locomotive in Great Britain. Performs Britain's longest regular through engine working - Euston to Glasgow. 401 1/2 miles, and vice versa.



Highland Railway
Title:
Highland Railway
Real Photo unused


Cannonball II Locomotive
Title:
Cannonball II Locomotive
Chrome unused

Description:
An exact duplicate of the ten wheeler which John Luther (Casey) Jones rode to his death on April 30, 1900, located at the Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum, Jackson, Tenn.



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