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Trains_and_RailroadThe two locomotives ALCO-GE's, with a three-car railfan special, are seen in this picture taken atop Cajon Pass in the early 1964$15.00TR0947 
Trains_and_RailroadSanta-Fe's two locomotives ALCO-GE PA1 model A1A-A1A diesel-electric units to ascend the slopes of Cajon Pass, with a three-car railfan special, are seen in this picture taken February 15, 1964$20.00TR0947 
Trains_and_RailroadThe SANTA FE's eastbound all mail-express as seen here exiting one of the two tunnels on the newer line on the south side of Cajon Pass, California February 27, 1967$20.00TR0948 
Trains_and_RailroadSanta Fe Railway engine terminal at San Bernardino, California. 1946$20.00TR0949 
Trains_and_RailroadSanta Fe engine No.3758 wheels an all heavyweight passenger special into Santa Ana, California, on a warm July 3, 1952$20.00TR0951 
Trains_and_RailroadSanta Fe's No.1010 2-6-2. The Santa Fe began to assemble it's fleet of 2-6-2's comprising 238 engines$20.00TR0952 
Trains_and_RailroadSanta Fe Railway's combination locomotive-and-car No.190. Photo date June 5, 1959$15.00TR0954 
Trains_and_Railroadtwo Budd Rail Diesel Cars in the early 1950's Numbered RD-191 and RD-192. This photograph shows the two cars in their original condition, soon after leaving the builder's plant$20.00TR0955 
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$20.00TR0956 
Trains_and_RailroadThe History of the ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE - edited by Pamela Berkman - Bonanza Books 1988$40.00TR0957 
Trains_and_RailroadCHICAGO RAILROAD FAIR - 1948$750.00TR0958 
Trains_and_RailroadTRAINS TODAY by Maria Ellen Johnson, Little Wonder Book 112 - 1950$40.00TR0959 
Trains_and_Railroad28 RAILROAD LOGO Small Tin signs - Post Cereals in the 50's & 60's$250.00TR0960 
Trains_and_RailroadQUIZ on Railroads and Railroading - Magazine 1947$100.00TR0962 
Trains_and_RailroadSouthern Pacific TRAIN PRIMER - A Little Book about our Locomotives and what the signs and signals mean 60's$50.00TR0964 
Trains_and_RailroadOriginal Luggage Label SOUTHERN PACIFIC "DAYLIGHT" unused - 50-s$40.00TR0965 
Trains_and_Railroad4449 makes a comeback - Booklet 1975$20.00TR0968 
Trains_and_RailroadTHE AMERICAN FREEDOM TRAIN Official Commemorative Program 1975/1976$40.00TR0969 
Trains_and_RailroadCALIFORNIA STATE RAILROAD MUSEUM Guide Book 1981$50.00TR0972 
Trains_and_RailroadOfficial Program RAILFAIR 1981 Sacramento, California$40.00TR0973 


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