Things are relatively quiet at Dallas Union Station as No.601 moves east. Lima delivered 10 locomotives of this wheel arrangement in 1925, and by 1929 a total of 70 were in service. Hence the origin of the name Texas type.
Santa Fe’s articulated doodlebug M190 and one coach were running 75 mph when they zipped by the Chisum, N.M. station sign. Train 25 operated between Clovis and Carlsbad and informally was called the “Pecos Valley Chief.” The M190 survives today at the Museum of American Railroads at Frisco, Texas.
"Meet at the Crossovers" The train crew for NJT 4209 is seen discussing the days itinerary with members of the FRA at the "PA Crossovers." The train itself is bound for the M&NJ in Campbell Hall but not without a little help from New Jersey Transit. The crew will take the FRA train to Campbell Hall with NJT 4209 leading long hood forward as they were not qualified to operate the NYSW SD60.