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We've picked up the Silver Solarium car; off to the west coast.

this is one of my fav photos with the train stream and mist all around--I can imagine being right there.

Union Pacific 844 was one of 10 locomotives that were ordered by Union Pacific in 1944 and designated as class FEF-3. The FEF-3 class represented the epitome of dual-service steam locomotive development; funds and research were being concentrated into the development of diesel-electric locomotives. Designed to burn coal, they were converted to run on fuel oil. Like the earlier FEF-2 class, FEF-3 locomotives were designed as passenger engines.

previous pinner said: Reminds me of a trip we took in Russia -straight out of Dr Zhivago

Canberra, Australia. This place called Cockington Green is fantastic. It is a world in miniature and we spent hours marveling at the beautiful craftsmen ship of the tiny buildings and the breathtaking flowers. We loved it.

Over the Willamette Portland Railroad Bridge Photo by kensimms, $25.00

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