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Pennsylvania Railroad 2-10-0 Decapod, I1 class, steam locomotive # 4521, is seen near a railroad coaling tower at East Altoona, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1955, John Dziobko Jr. Photo

Pennsylvania Railroad Decapod, class, steam locomotive # is seen near a railroad coaling tower at East Altoona, Pennsylvania, September John Dziobko Jr.

"Steam Locomotive No. 844 is the last steam locomotive built for Union Pacific Railroad. It was delivered in 1944. A high-speed passenger engine, it pulled such widely known trains as the Overland Limited, Los Angeles Limited, Portland Rose and Challenger trains." www.uprr.com/aboutup/excurs/up844.shtml Here the 844 is just leaving Del Rio, Texas, crossing the San Felipe Creek bridge, East bound towards San Antonio, Texas.

Steam Locomotive No. 844 leaving Del Rio, Texas, by Charles & Clint. The 844 is the last steam locomotive built for the Union Pacific Railroad.

Handsome Baltimore and Ohio EM1 Articulated Steam Locomotive.

Baltimore and Ohio Articulated Steam Locomotive.

11-30-1934 – The steam locomotive "Flying Scotsman" became the first to officially exceed 100 miles per hour

:Flying Scotsman in Doncaster. Flying Scotsman taken at the Doncaster Works Open day the anniversary of the Plant works. The Flying Scotsman was built in Doncaster,

Union Pacific steam locomotives, Challenger 4-6+6-4 # 3941 & Big Boy 4-8+8-4 # 4024, are seen hauling a freight train at Borie, Wyoming, 05-14-1953

Union Pacific steam locomotives, Challenger # 3941 Big Boy # are seen hauling a freight train at Borie, Wyoming, My kind of train, grew up with these.

Steam Locomotive, East Broad Top, Pennsylvania.

Steam Locomotive built in 1915 by the BaldwinLocomotive Works. Located at the East broad Top Railroad and Coal Company, Rockhill, Pennsylvania. Photo by: Captured In Time Photography, by Bill Blust Jr.

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Steam LOCOMOTIVE on the SFRR. The type was first used by the Northern Pacific Railway and is consequently most commonly known as a Northern.

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