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A nose view of Union Pacific [UP] Engine No. 8418

A nose view of Union Pacific [UP] Engine No.

pacific union train caboose | RailPictures.Net Photo: Union Pacific Caboose UP 25680 at Cajon Pass ...

Union Pacific Caboose UP 25680 at Cajon Pass, California ---- An exceptionally clean UP caboose takes up the rear of an eastbound UP train. This caboose must have received new paint in late 1976 or early 1977 ---- USA

A complete wreck train consisted of a locomotive, a wreck crane, tool cars, and enough bunk and cook cars for personnel required for a particular wreck. Wreck cranes and tool cars were often stationed at strategic points along the railway line. Division terminals were considered strategic points because locomotives and engine, train, and wreck car crews were always available on call.

A complete wreck train consisted of a locomotive, a wreck crane, tool cars, and enough bunk and cook cars for personnel required for a particular wreck. Wreck cranes and tool cars were often stationed at strategic points along the railway line. Division terminals were considered strategic points because locomotives and engine, train, and wreck car crews were always available on call.

New Haven Railroad DER-2a ALCO FA-1 locomotive # 0401 & DER-2b ALCO FB-1 locomotive # 0458, are seen under wire in the Cedar Hill Yard at New Haven, Connecticut, late 1950's, Mac Seabree Collection

New Haven Railroad ALCO locomotive # 0401 & ALCO locomotive # are seen under wire in the Cedar Hill Yard at New Haven, Connecticut, late Mac Seabree Collection

New Haven Railroad GE EP-5 locomotive # 379, is out of service while awaiting disposition in an unknown yard area, 1960's, Mac Seabree Collection by alcomike43, via Flickr

New Haven Railroad GE locomotive # is out of service while awaiting disposition in an unknown yard area, Mac Seabree Collection

Photo of the day from Classic Trains magazine: "This view from 1919 shows what the engineer and fireman on Santa Fe 4-8-2 No. 3710 saw when they climbed into the cab of their engine."

Classic Trains magazine: "This View from 1919 shows what the engineer and fireman on Santa Fe No. 3710 saw when they climbed into the cab of their engine.

southern steam engine | Southern Railway steam engine 4501 on bridge near Front Royal, VA

Southern Railway steam engine 4501 on bridge near Front Royal, VA, engineer John Ashby Marsh.

train crash

liquidnight:Collision between two engines.Bay of Quinte Railway, Ontario, Canada, 1892 [From the Musée McCord Museum]

Union Pacific 9000 is on display at the Southern California Chapter of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society's museum in Pomona, Los Angeles, California. Only 88 were built in the late Only this one, the prototype, exists today.

A front-end view of AmTrak Engine No. 156

A Front-end View Of Amtrak Engine No / Author: Litynski Jerry

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