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D-2 353 later 1830  Manchester 1891.  Was New York, Providence & Boston 53.

353 later 1830 Manchester Was New York, Providence & Boston

Ocala Northern #108, 1910.

The Rentz Lumber Co and the Ocala Northern RR

(1853, Aug.) Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad Locomotive

First train went through Plain City, Ohio on July Columbus, Piqua & Indiana railroad locomotive photo.

The "T.D. Judah", was built as a 4-2-4 by the Cooke Locomotive Works in 1863. Was bought in 1872 and rebuilt as a 4-2-2 by Central Pacific Railroad.

Judah, was built as a by the Cooke Locomotive Works in Was bought in 1872 and rebuilt as a by Central Pacific Railroad.

New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Company No. 36, built by Rogers Locomotive Works in 1863

New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Company No. built by Rogers Locomotive Works in 1863

Fitchburg Railroad 28 "Belmont" was built by Hinkley in 1866, rebuilt in 1878 and scrapped before 1899.

Fitchburg Railroad 28 "Belmont" was built by Hinkley in rebuilt in 1878 and scrapped before

Locomotive Prints | Steam Locomotive Edward M. Stanton 1864 Photograph

Stanton locomotive, built in 1862 by Norris & Son for the US Military Railroad

US Railroad Locomotive Train 1900s Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Photo Here is a historic collectible featuring a US railroad locomotive train circa early 1900s. Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of photo. Reproduced ph

US Railroad Locomotive Train 1900s Old 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

US Railroad Locomotive Train Vintage Reprint Of Photo Here is a historic collectible featuring a US railroad locomotive train circa early Vint

Eight Wheeled Locomotive B O 1854: Inside Connected Eight Wheeled Locomotive Built for the B. & O. Railroad in 1854.  Cylinders, 15 by 22 inches, drivers 60 inches, boiler 44 inches diameter, weight 56,000 pounds  source: Scientific American July 25, 1896

Eight Wheeled Locomotive B O Inside Connected Eight Wheeled Locomotive Built for the B. Railroad in Cylinders, 15 by 22 inches, drivers 60 inches, boiler 44 inches diameter, weight pounds source: Scientific American July 1896

Western and Atlantic Railroad. Bartow Co. http://www.georgiapioneers.com/counties/countybartow.html

Online Records of Bartow County GA Wills, Estates, Marriages, Genealogy

Troy & Boston Railroad Steam Locomotive #11 "General Wool"

Troy & Boston Railroad Steam Locomotive #11 "General Wool"

1891 Baldwin mogul steam locomotive, originally made for the Surry, Sussex and Southampton Railway in Virginia

1891 Baldwin mogul steam locomotive, originally made for the Surry, Sussex and Southampton Railway in Virginia. Affectionately known as "Maria".

Pennsylvania Railroad 2-10-0 Decapod, I1 class, steam locomotive # 4314, is seen on a roundhouse turntable in East Altoona, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1955, John Dziobko Jr. Photo

Pennsylvania Railroad Decapod, class, steam locomotive # is seen on a roundhouse turntable in East Altoona, Pennsylvania, September John Dziobko Jr.

This photograph shows the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company's steam locomotive 3000 with a Jacobs-Shupert non-explosive fire box. The locomotive was built in the Topeka, Kansas, shops in 1911 and was the largest steam engine in the world, 121 feet and 6 inches long.  Creator: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company Date: Between 1911 and 1915

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company's 2 with a Jacobs-Shupert non-explosive fire box. The locomotive was built in the Topeka, Kansas, shops in 1911 and was the largest steam engine in the world, 121 feet and 6 inches long.

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