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Trains_and_RailroadHistoric Trolleys of San Francisco: Muni Type "B" Car #130 Postcard 1985$20.00TR1275 
Trains_and_Railroad4449 THE DAYLIGHT DECADE - 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition 1991$100.00TR1048 
Trains_and_RailroadSOUTHERN PACIFIC train No.52, the southbound "San Joaquin Daylight" behind a specially skirted P-10 4-6-2 during the early 1940's$20.00TR1017 
Trains_and_RailroadRoyal Train C/N 6401 4-8-4 with 77 inch drive wheels was used on high-speed passenger service. Montreal, Quebec 1951$10.00TR1240 
Trains_and_RailroadHistoric Trolleys of San Francisco: Former Milan Italy "Peter Witt" #1834 Postcard 1985$20.00TR1278 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific CITY OF LOS ANGELES is headed downgrade at Aspin, Wyoming 1972$20.00TR1197B
Trains_and_RailroadWestern Pacific train No. 18, the eastbound "California Zephyr" 1949$10.00TR1099B
Trains_and_RailroadThe setting sun glistens off the side of the CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR as it races westward near Price, Utah in June 5, 1967NFSTR1123 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific's westbound CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO near Truckee, California 1962$20.00TR1076 
Trains_and_RailroadThese first two units for the WABASH, numbered 1000 and 1002, were GM-EMD E7-models at La Grange, Illinois in 1951$20.00TR1162 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific's "LARK" make a station stop at Glendale, Calif. 1956$20.00TR1064 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific's famed SAN FRANCISCO OVERLAND LIMITED whips out of the Sobrante "S" curves. Three ALCO PA's, an A cab-unit, No.6024, in the lead.$20.00TR1076 
Trains_and_RailroadThe Last of SOUTHERN PACIFIC's famous "Cab-aheads" - AC-12 No.4294$10.00TR1087 
Trains_and_RailroadBakersfield, California, on the 23rd of October, 1955, found class GS-1 No.4470 of Southern Pacific still on the job$20.00TR1023 
Trains_and_RailroadOfficial Program RAILFAIR 1981 Sacramento, California$40.00TR0973 
Trains_and_Railroadportrayed here at the Los Angeles UNION Passenger Terminal after it arrival with the SUPER CHIEF$20.00TR0934 
Trains_and_RailroadThe Southern Pacific's "DAYLIGHT" GS-4 4-8-4 #4454 pulling into Santa Barbara station in the early 50's$20.00TR1003 
Trains_and_RailroadColorado and Southern's TEXAS ZEPHYR Southbound taken in the early 60's$10.00TR1146 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific's RDC-1, Rail diesel car No.10 basks in the winter sun early in 1958 as it rests between runs in Sacramento, California passenger depot$8.00TR1092 
Trains_and_RailroadThis locomotive was designed by Union Pacific's #9086 4-12-2 and built by the American Locomotive Co.$20.00TR1208A


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