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The City of Denver was just one train in the Union Pacific’s premier fleet of passenger trains. As one of the first stream-liners released the Denver was incredibly popular with the traveling public, which had never seen anything like it, unless they were lucky enough to witness the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy's Zephyr train sets released a few years earlier. The UP would go on to host an entire array of other plush City trains including: City of Portland, City of Los Angeles, & City of…

"City of Denver" City of Denver; before starting service, 7 cars. Photographed: on exhibition at Denver, Colo.

The Illinois Central's beautiful Green Diamond.

Ride the Green Diamond! Rail travel is at its peak in Noir. Originally Green Diamond: Illinois Central Railroad: Diesel Powered Lightweight Streamlined Train: Set: No.

Western Pacific Railroad GM EMD Electro-Motive F-7 Diesel Train, in Oakland, California, 1957.

Western Pacific Railroad GM EMD Electro-Motive Diesel Train, in Oakland, California, 1957

UP U50 41 Description: Union Pacific Railroad U50 41 at Council Bluffs, Iowa on May 2, 1965, Kodachrome by Lou Schmitz, Chuck Zeiler collection. Built around August 1964 (c/n 35101), retired and traded to GE January 1974. A batch of 12 were delivered between July and September 1964, while a final eight were built May through August 1965. They were numbered 31-53. The number 72 appears in the engineer's side number board, and at the time of this photo, the UP (and the SP) were using the…

UP U50 41 Description: Union Pacific Railroad U50 41 at Council Bluffs, Iowa on May 2, 1965, Kodachrome by Lou Schmitz, Chuck Zeiler collection. Built around August 1964 (c/n 35101), retired and traded to GE January 1974. A batch of 12 were delivered between July and September 1964, while a final eight were built May through August 1965. They were numbered 31-53. The number 72 appears in the engineer's side number board, and at the time of this photo, the UP (and the SP) were using the…

This art deco New York Central diesel is too cool not to include in my steam loco pins.

New York, Central Railroad Bullet Train

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:These sweet Brooks-Stevens-designed Skytop Lounge passenger railcars were produced by Pullman-Standard in and used to run the route from Chicago to the Twin Cities. The Skytop Lounges remained in service until

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Number 4468 Mallard in York. Number 4468 Mallard is a London and North Eastern Railway Class Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in It is historically significant as the holder of the world speed record for steam locomotives.

"Coaling the 'Chessie'" (C&O) by Frederick Blakeslee - Cover illustration for Railroad Magazine, August 1948, Vol. 46, No. 3

"Coaling the 'Chessie'" (CO) by Frederick Blakeslee - Cover illustration for Railroad Magazine, August Vol.

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Locomotive and armoured car at Warsaw Railroad Museum.Marklin made an HO set of this that I wanted soooo badly.

1934 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago: the Union Pacific Railroad displayed its lightweight, streamlined train delivered that year by Pullman-Standard, the

1934 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago: the Union Pacific Railroad displayed its lightweight, streamlined train delivered that year by Pullman-Standard, the M-10000.
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