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Southern R.R. Co. Crescent Locomotive 1396 near Washington, D.C., 1926.

Locomotive Leviathan Southern R. Crescent Locomotive 1396 near Washington, D.

The Flambeau 400

Chicago Northwestern 400 Art Deco Railroad Train photo CNW Streamlined Steam Poster 1938 old photo 8 x

The engine crew of Pennsylvania Class K-4s 4-6-2 #5401 take a moment for a photo in front of their locomotive which will lead the newly christened "Senator" (Washington - Boston) from Washington Union Station on July 14, 1929. Glass-plate negative by Harris & Ewing.

The engine crew of Pennsylvania Class take a moment for a photo in front of their locomotive which will lead the newly christened "Senator" (Washington - Boston) from Washington Union Station on July Glass-plate negative by Harris & Ewing.

Allegheny Locomotive Built in 1941 and weighing in at 600 tons, this was one of the largest steam-powered locomotives ever built. Designed for pulling huge coal trains over the Allegheny mountains of West Virginia, this locomotive could reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour

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Allegheny Locomotive - Built in 1941 and weighing in at 600 tons - One of the largest steam-powered locomotives ever built. Designed for pulling huge coal trains over the Allegheny mountains of West Virginia

Eureka N° 4 is a 4-4-0 American built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875. This beautiful vintage narrow gauge steam locomotive spans three centuries!

Eureka N° 4 is a American built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in This beautiful vintage narrow gauge steam locomotive spans three centuries!

RailPictures.Net Photo: SP 4449 Southern Pacific Railroad Steam 4-8-4 at Los Angeles, California by John Sistrunk

Net Photo: SP 4449 Southern Pacific Railroad Steam at Los Angeles, California by John Sistrunk

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