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Trains_and_RailroadThe B&O Observation end of the THE COLUMBIAN that ran between Pittsburg-Chicago$20.00TR2985 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific ALCO PA diesel units, headed by #6023, pull train No. 28, the eastbound "San Francisco Overland" mid-1950's$20.00TR2141 
Trains_and_RailroadMotor Car M-186, more commonly known as the Doodlebug, was photographed at Morton, Illinois east as train number 14 between Pekin, Illinois and Chicago on September 6, 1954$20.00TR1758 
Trains_and_RailroadFive WESTERN PACIFIC F-Units grind their way eastbound over Altamont Pass near Livermore, Calif. April 22 1972$10.00TR2270 
Trains_and_RailroadAT THE UPPER MARKET STREET GALLERY - 1972$20.00TR3472 
Trains_and_RailroadSanta Fe's SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF , shown in this picture headed eastward west of Dalies in 1954$20.00TR1655 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific's SUNSET LIMITED$20.00TR2108 
Trains_and_RailroadFRISCO Twenty Grand F-7 locomotive$20.00TR2912 
Trains_and_RailroadSOUTHERN PACIFIC - RAILFAIR Sacramento 1981 $5.00TR1828 
Trains_and_RailroadJust 35 minutes from it's arrival in San Diego, Santa Fe's SAN DIEGON 1964$20.00TR1710 
Trains_and_RailroadCHICAGO RAILROAD FAIR - 1948$750.00TR1780 
Trains_and_RailroadIn this scene the westbound Union Pacific's CITY OF PORTLAND is streaking along the north shore of the lake just west of Soda Spring behind a trio of powerful GM-EMD E7 diesel-electric motive-power units$20.00TR3137 
Trains_and_RailroadUnion Pacific ALCO #600 "City of St.Louis"$20.00TR3140 
Trains_and_RailroadEAST BROAD TOP R.R. - Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania. In a characteristic scene of turn-of-the-century railroading three Narrow Gauge East Broad Top locomotives pose in front of the station at Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania$20.00TR3355 
Trains_and_RailroadGULF MOBILE & OHIO "The Alton Route" GM F3-model Freight were delivered to GM&O in 1947$20.00TR2923 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific's San Francisco to Portland "SHASTA DAYLIGHT" Observation car at the end of the train 1949$20.00TR2119 
Trains_and_RailroadA Railroading Wonderland WILLITS, CALIFORNIA 1888-1988 $65.00TR3380 
Trains_and_RailroadMissouri Pacific's lead locomotive units on this run of the COLORADO EAGLE is ALCO-GE PA-1 on June 9, 1950 at Colorado Springs$20.00TR3015 
Trains_and_RailroadROCK ISLAND LINES GM-EMD F-7 three units (cab-booster-cab) they arrived in 1949$20.00TR2915 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific ALCO PA diesel units, headed by No.6005, pull train No.27, the westbound "SAN FRANCISCO OVERLAND - 1960$20.00TR2155 


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