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Trains_and_Railroad28 RAILROAD LOGO Small Tin signs - Post Cereals in the 50's & 60's$250.00TR0960 
Trains_and_RailroadThe train depicted here is the EL CAPITAN, the railroad's all-coach deluxe counterpart to it's famed, SUPER CHIEF of all-sleeping cars composition$20.00TR0935 
Trains_and_RailroadSan Francisco MUNI No.1073 was built by the St.Louis Car Co. and entered service in November 2012. The car is painted in the color scheme of El Paso City Lines$10.00TR1281D
Trains_and_RailroadShasta DAYLIGHT Special, Press-kit 1991$40.00TR0985 
Trains_and_RailroadThe year of 1951 witnessed a massive increase in internal-combustion motive power on the ATLANTIC COAST LINE$10.00TR1153 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific COAST DAYLIGHT GS-4 No.4452$20.00TR1000B
Trains_and_RailroadGreat Northern GM-EMD GP-type SD7 Road-switcher 1952-1953$8.00TR1221 
Trains_and_RailroadThe CITY OF ST.LOUIS, despite it's designation as a "Domeliner" followed the inclusion of two domecars in it's formation in 1956$20.00TR1202A
Trains_and_RailroadGreat Northern Railway EMD E-7 diesel units, with No.504 in the lead$10.00TR1220B
Trains_and_RailroadNorkolk and Western "Powhatan Arrow" departed Norfolk, Virginia at 7:00 am and covered the first 252 mile lap through the pinelands of eastern Virginia 1972$10.00TR1231 
Trains_and_RailroadSP-class 4-10-2 "Pacific Limited" heads west out of Truckee, California$10.00TR1039 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific train No.96, the "Noon Daylight" behind a GS-3 4-8-4, swings around hospital curve shortly after leaving San Francisco 1947$20.00TR1002 
Trains_and_RailroadColorado and Southern Railway Company's TEXAS ZEPHYR Departing Dallas Union Depot on December, 1965 $15.00TR1147 
Trains_and_RailroadSAN FRANCISCO HISTORIC TROLLEY FESTIVAL - MUNI No.1 - 1983$220.00TR1264 
Trains_and_RailroadCotton Belt Route General Motors GP9 model unit was Southern Pacific railroad 1950$15.00TR1223 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific No.99, the northbound "Coast Daylight" late 1946$20.00TR1005 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific's "City of Portland" poses for a photograph in 1956$20.00TR1196 
Trains_and_RailroadSP's Steam locomotive No.4457, thoroughbread specimen among 4-8-4's, was the last GS-4, delivered by Lima Locomotive Works in 1942$20.00TR1013 
Trains_and_RailroadCALIFORNIA STATE RAILROAD MUSEUM Guide Book 1981$50.00TR0972 
Trains_and_RailroadChicago & North Western TWIN CITIES 400 Steamliner EMD E-6 crossing Mississippi River on Great Northern's impressive stone arched bridge between Minneapolis and St.Paul in the late 40's.$10.00TR1217 


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