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    Constructed in 1916 for the Seaboard Air Line Railway, the depot provided passenger service to Emory University and surrounding neighborhoods until 1969. In 1955, the station was immortalized in a story by writer Flannery O’Connor. Emory University Archives Photograph Collection, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

    PRR Locomotives S1 No. 6100 Class 6-4-4-6 Duplex Photograph E.11453 dated 2-8-39 Altoona Shop Yard

    1947 promotional photo showing the Great Northern's flagship passenger train, the Chicago-Seattle Empire Builder running through fog west of Chicago. Leading the train are two nearly-new E7A diesel locomotives from General Motors' Electro-Motive Division. The railroad may have been showing off its new acquisitions in the photo, a common practice, especially on premier passenger trains.

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    "Commodore Vanderbilt" departing Chicago's LaSalle Street station, 1935.

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    The classic depot at Durand, Michigan (now site of the Michigan Railroad History Museum) stood at the crossroads of the Grand Trunk Western main line and the line from Detroit to Muskegon. Hence it was a place where connecting trains met.