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1933 - Chessie the Railroad Kitten. This is the classic, and most commonly seen version of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Chessie cat logo, as it was originally drawn in 1933 by Viennese artist Guido Gruenewald.

1933 - Chessie the Railroad Kitten. This is the classic, and most commonly seen version of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Chessie cat logo, as it was originally drawn in 1933 by Viennese artist Guido Gruenewald.

Advertisement for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad. Introducing Chessie, the sleeping cat and her two kittens. The USA long-distance luxury train had hostesses to care for passengers, especially children.

“Today's Vintage Ad With Bizarrely Out-Of-Place Cats stars Chessie, Spokescat for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad.

Chessie Kitten - Chesapeake and Ohio Lines Railroad

Chessie Kitten - Chesapeake and Ohio Lines Railroad. I still occasionally see this cute kitten symbol on train cars that pass through our town. They are faded but still recognizable.

Chessie, from a 1943 WWII Chesapeake & Ohio RR Calendar -- Chessie the sleeping kitten gives up her berth for soldiers being transported.

Chessie, from a 1943 WWII Chesapeake & Ohio RR Calendar -- Chessie the sleeping kitten gives up her berth for soldiers being transported.

CHESAPEAKE and OHIO Railroad ~ "Chessie" Cat Luggage Label

CHESAPEAKE and OHIO Railroad ~ "Chessie" Cat Luggage Label

Chessie the railway cat by andrew d miller, via Flickr

Poster art featuring Chessie the Chesapeake, the Ohio Railroad's mascot, resting comfortably as her partner Peake returns from WWII a decorated cat with a Distinguished Service Medal, United States, by Guido Gruenwald.

Chessie dreaming of Peake receiving a medal. ~ Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Line calendar, December, 1945. Chessie’s was a famous mascot for the line, starting as a kitten herself, then with two kittens of her own. She represented the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad for 12 years.

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Chessie the Chesapeake Railway cat dreams of her husband, Peake, winning a medal in WWII

1930s Chesapeake and Ohio Poster

Happy Father's Day to Peake, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway

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