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New York Central Railroad Train Sharknose Council Bluffs Iowa postcard

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New York Central engineer Don Wetzel looking out of the driver’s cabin in 1966

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Wall Sticker Vinyl Decal Train Railway Steam Locomotive for Kids Room (ig1900)

Our vinyl stickers are unique and one of a kind! Every sticker we sell is made per order and cut in house!We make our wall decals using superior quality interio

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Switzerland Montreux-Bernese Oberland Railway

Switzerland Montreux-Bernese Oberland Railway. This vintage Swiss travel poster shows a girl waving at train passengers. Illustrated by Otto Baumberger, circa 1940. Prints from $15.

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Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Aerotrain No. 3

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Bring back jet engine trains! This is Really something. New York Central's jet powered RDC and its Russian counterpart.

The New York Central "High-speed" railcar M-497, put together by the NYC Railroad in 1966. This first "High-speed" railcar, was a 13 year old Budd RDC (rail diesel car) that had once run in the Boston and Albany Beeliner Fleet. The diesel engines were disconnected and 2 GE J-47 turbojet aircraft engines were mounted on the roof. The car had a streamlined front, and special cylindrical tread wheels were installed. New York Central Railroad Publicity Photo.