Leadville, Colorado & Southern Railroad Train Depot Located at an elevation of 10,152 feet, Leadville is the highest incorporated city in the United States. Founded in 1877 as a silver mining town, Leadville was at one time the second largest city in Colorado, after Denver. Many of the historic mining era building still exist today.
The Denver Zephyr was a passenger train operated by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad between Chicago, Illinois, and Denver, Colorado. Regular service for the route began May 31, 1936. The trainsets were refurbished in the winter of 1948-49 and operated in DZ service until October 1956 (Wikipedia).
BN 1916 Burlington Northern Railroad EMD GP9 at Maryhill, Washington by Wendel Moran
High quality photograph of Burlington Northern Railroad EMD GP9 # BN 1916 at Maryhill, Washington, USA.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
This logo was used by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy (or Burlington Route) up to the 1970 merger that created the Burlington Northern Railroad. The four railrads involved were the Burlington Route, Great Northern, Nothern Pacific, and the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railways. Add a photo to this gallery
Burlington Northern Railroad by John F. Bjorklund – Center for Railroad Photography & Art
BN, Kennewick, Washington, 1975 Westbound Burlington Northern Railroad freight train in Kennewick, Washington, on April 28, 1975. Photograph by John F. Bjorklund, © 2015, Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Bjorklund-09-11-13
BN 6607 Burlington Northern Railroad EMD F45 at La Crosse, Wisconsin by Bill Edgar
High quality photograph of Burlington Northern Railroad EMD F45 # BN 6607 at La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA.
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