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Mountain Vagabond: Photo

natgeofound: “ A snow covered double header coal train finishes its run, November Photograph courtesy the International Film Service ”

Vapor

~~Christmas ride ~ steam locomotive Iron Horse, Germany by abuethe~~

High quality vintage art reproduction by Buyenlarge. One of many rare and wonderful images brought forward in time. I hope they bring you pleasure each and every time you look at them.

Railroad Magazine: Through the Night, 1950

Steam Locomotive in Snow ink and wash

Shay Steam Logging Locomotive Number 6 Steaming in the Winter Snow, Cass Scenic Railroad, Cass, West Virginia

Histoires d'anciennes locos ... la suite avec cette impressionnante machine. Une photo de Myron Davis.

Soldiers working on a locomotive in Chicago, Illinois, This photo was not originally published but later recognized as one of the great photos from the LIFE archive. (Myron Davis—The LIFE.

Art Train Journeys : Steam Train Painting by Howard Fogg - Howard Fogg's Trains : : Lackawanna Phoebe Snow, No1154 15

Art Train Journeys : Steam Train Painting by Howard Fogg - Howard Fogg's Trains : : Lackawanna Phoebe Snow, 15

Tren

Tren

Steam Locomotive in North Conway, New Hampshire, U.S (by Kathleen Clemons on 500px)

Steam Locomotive in North Conway, New Hampshire, U.S (by Kathleen Clemons on Conway Scenic Railroad - fun for the whole family

State Records NSW - Photo Investigator

Class 'Garratt' locomotive on trial trip at North Strathfield, NSW: Dated: 1 August Photo shared by the www.

Tremendo accidente en el campo.

Late Night Randomness (27 Photos)

Kate Shelley High Bridge, DSM River Valley, Boone County, IA. It parallels the new Union Pacific High Bridge.  Both Bridges rise nearly 190 feet above the river and are two of the longest, highest, doubletrack railroad bridges in the world! Anyone have any experience with either bridge?

Kate Shelley High Bridge, DSM River Valley, Boone County, IA. It parallels the new Union Pacific High Bridge. Both Bridges rise nearly 190 feet above the river and are two of the longest, highest, doubletrack railroad bridges in the world! Anyone have any experience with either bridge?

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