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Crossroads of America: 1963
... tends to wear out the rail heads. Today the various railroads are engaged in a gradual replacement of crossings like this with ... 
 
Posted by prrvet - 12/18/2019 - 3:03pm -

Crossroads of America: 1963

Elmer and the Union Pacific
... family is genetically tied to transportation, especially railroads, so this shot of my Uncle getting back into the car is quite atypical ... 
 
Posted by notycoon22 - 05/21/2007 - 10:31pm -

Elmer and the Union Pacific

Terminal Lunch (Colorized): 1943
... Traction Terminal that was served by several interurban railroads that consolidated into the Indiana Railroad in the early 1930's. The ... 
 
Posted by Avzam - 01/28/2012 - 3:39pm -

Terminal Lunch (Colorized): 1943

Union Pacific 4709: 1920
... and grandfather were both civil engineers who worked for railroads and on other engineering projects such as large chimneys. ... 
 
Posted by Bruin - 06/10/2019 - 9:36am -

Union Pacific 4709: 1920

Fallen Arch, Cheshire, CT - 1967
... the bridge was replaced with a modern banality. Numerous railroads have owned the old line over the years and all rail traffic on this ... 
 
Posted by ctyankeeinma - 08/01/2018 - 4:56pm -

Fallen Arch, Cheshire, CT - 1967

13th Railway Engineers: 1919
... 13th Engineers consisted of personnel from the six largest railroads that ran through Chicago; it operated about 142 kilometers of French ... 
 
Posted by Christoph Traugott - 11/12/2018 - 3:32pm -

13th Railway Engineers: 1919

CNJ #903
... carried them; I have no idea where it came from. Other railroads were known for ordering switch engines and the like with huge tenders ... 
 
Posted by Lost World - 10/30/2015 - 7:01pm -

CNJ #903

Night Train: 1962
... Pig Service Trailers on flat cars are called "Pigs" by railroads. (Slang for "Piggyback"). The Southern Pacific Railroad was a big ... The "Pigs" are now some of the hottest trains on railroads. They carry packages for Fedex, UPS, and the Postal Service on time ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/29/2016 - 7:40pm -

Night Train: 1962
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