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Trains_and_RailroadChicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad the C&EI join "Streamliner Club" just before WWII in 1946$15.00TR0516 
Trains_and_RailroadLouisville & Nashville Railroad - GM-EMD F7 diesels would help the first of these appeared in 1950$15.00TR0516 
Trains_and_RailroadNew York Central "Twentieth Century Limited" paralleling the east bank of the Hudson River 1948 $15.00TR0517 
Trains_and_RailroadNew York Central System - passenger train, pulled by a pair of ALCO PA/PB-1 model diesel-electric units 1950$15.00TR0517 
Trains_and_RailroadThe New York Central's - the Missourian along the Mohawk River July 1952$10.00TR0517 
Trains_and_RailroadConsidered by many to be one of the most interesting diesel designs, Union Pacific CD-07-A, CD-07-B, CD-07-C are at the head of the eleven-car "City of Denver$25.00TR0518 
Trains_and_RailroadA trio of G.M. E-6 units stand here at the head-end of the "City of San Francisco"$25.00TR0519 
Trains_and_RailroadThese GM-EMD E-2 units hauling Union Pacific's "CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO"$15.00TR0519 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific's "City of Portland" poses for a photograph in 1956$25.00TR0519 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific's "CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO" Streamliner glides gracefully across Great Salt Lake$10.00TR0520 
Trains_and_RailroadThe 15-car "City of Los Angeles on this occasion is being pulled by three diesel-electric units number 927, 969B, 961B of E9 models 1955$15.00TR0520 
Trains_and_RailroadActually, the "Domeliner" shown in this 1961 photograph at Gilcrest, Colorado, is the combined "City of Denver" and "City of Portland"$15.00TR0520 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific ALCO #600 "City of St.Louis"$15.00TR0521 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific ALCO #600 "City of St.Louis" on the Kansas line 1955$15.00TR0521 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific 4-8-4 #837 poses for a portrait in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in the late 1940's$15.00TR0523 
Trains_and_RailroadThe last 4-6-6-4 type locomotive received by the Union Pacific Railroad was the No. 3949 "Challenger" type.$15.00TR0523 
Trains_and_RailroadThis locomotive was designed by Union Pacific's #9086 4-12-2 and built by the American Locomotive Co.$15.00TR0523 
Trains_and_RailroadRAILFAIR 91 Souvenir Program - 1991 $35.00TR0524 
Trains_and_RailroadBy the middle of WW11 the Norfolk and Western Railway possessed an enviable collection of steam motive power. No. 804 4-8-4 for passenger service, No. 2147 2-8-8-2 for merchandise & No. 1212 2-6-6-4 for coal service$15.00TR0524 
Trains_and_RailroadFLYING SCOTSMAN - View the San Francisco Waterfront by rail - Fisherman's Wharf Station 1972$100.00TR0525 


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