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Deerfield, IL, 1909: Deerfield's first automobile a Gorman-Jeffries Rambler owned by Joe Pyle, at the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot. From the Deerfield Area Historical Society's photo collection.

Deerfield, IL, 1909: Deerfield's first automobile a Gorman-Jeffries Rambler owned by Joe Pyle, at the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot. From the Deerfield Area Historical Society's photo collection.

The Pennsylvania Railroad or Pennsy's K4 class 4-6-2 "Pacific type" built 1914–1928 was its premier passenger-hauling steam locomotive from 1914 through the end of steam on the PRR in 1957.   Here 5406 and 5367 are seen a year before the final year with trains at South Amboy, New Jersey.

The Pennsylvania Railroad or Pennsy's class "Pacific type" built was its premier passenger-hauling steam locomotive from 1914 through the end of steam on the PRR in Here 5406 and 5367 are seen a year before the final year with t

10104B, Class EP-1, was built in May 1916 by Alco, #55137B, and General Electric, #5106B. It was rebuilt and renumbered 10234B, Class EF-2, on July 27, 1920. It was rebuilt and renumbered 10500A, Class EF-5, on September 13, 1932. It was renumbered E25A on March 8, 1939.

Class was built in May 1916 by Alco, and General Electric, It was rebuilt and renumbered Class on July It was rebuilt and renumbered Class on September It was renumbered on March

Rail scenes at the historic Deerfield IL. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot  include Amtrak, Metra, and freight and a brief tour of the passenger station. Also, Amtrak Hiawathas, an Empire Builder, several METRA's, and a Canadian Pacific power. Filmed October 2012.

Amtrak, METRA, and freight. There is even a mini tour of the Deerfield Depot to enjoy.

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Pennsylvania Railroad class Duplex-type accelerating eastbound out of Englewood Union Station - circa

Back end of the streamlined train "Hiawatha"

"Beaver Tail" observation car at the end of a Milwaukee Road "Hiawatha" train.

Farewell to Number 4. After picking up patrons following a photo run-by at Fish Point, Monson #4 and her train resume their eastbound trek (compass west....go figure!) back toward the old Portland Company complex, which is the headquarters of the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum. The museum's trains run along a sort of "urban rail-trail" which is Portland's Eastern Promenade, a portion of which you can see in the foreground. The promenade is very popular during the summer mo...

MRR 4 Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. Steam at Portland, Maine by Kevin Madore

PRR S2 - Steam turbine locomotive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Friends of the Flange : Five Innovative Locomotive Designs that Never Gained Steam- Pennsylvania Railroad A/N:

Train No. 101, the Hiawatha, led by a streamlined 4-4-2 class A steam locomotive, passes near Red Wing, Minnesota on August 4, 1937.

Train No. the Hiawatha, led by a streamlined class A steam locomotive, passes near Red Wing, Minnesota on August

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Railroad Line Forums - Les Davis's Locomotives

Booth-Kelly Lumber Company Compound Mallet, at Wendling, Oregon in

VTG BACHMANN HO Scale Train Yellow MILWAUKEE ROAD Cargo Box Car Railroad

VTG BACHMANN HO Scale Train Yellow MILWAUKEE ROAD Cargo Box Car Railroad

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