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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.

Traveling by train. Do it. Never forget it. Especially lovely OLD trains. Like from Montreal to Quebec City in Canada -- or trains in Europe. Or even the fancy car to Washington DC from NYC-- serves drinks, lit better, more comfort, if you do it once -- do it in style, have something to remember. As Baltimore slides by like a watercolor painting with a Fan on it. hberg

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.

A little bit sinister, magical mystery tour, coming to take you away,... Www.pinterest.com...

Locomotive evolution by Norfolk Southern, via Flickr

I remember as a child a 3 day train trip from Pennsylvania to Mississippi. I ♥ train travel

Aizu-Mizunuma, Fukushima, Japan (by u_ran2008 on Flickr)

New York Central Steam Locomotive # 5405 - Many steam locomotive types are associated with a particular railroad. In the case of the 4-6-4, the railroad was the New York Central. They were beautiful and fast; and for nearly three decades, they hauled famous passenger trains up the four-track water level route, North from New York City, along the scenic Hudson River for which they were named.

If you overlaid a gold gear where the front of the train is on the print, it would make an awesome steampunk piece...