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MoPac Mountain type - Classic Trains Magazine

MoPac Mountain type - Classic Trains Magazine

This black and white photograph shows a view of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company's steam-powered "Madam Queen" F #5000. The locomotive was a 2-10-4, Texas type, purchased from Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1930.  Creator: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company Date: Between 1930 and 1945

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company's "Madam Queen" - Page

UP 9024, 4-12-2, Union Pacific style locomotive at Council Bluffs, IA, July 4, 1948

UP Union Pacific style locomotive at Council Bluffs, IA, July 1948

The Great Northern Railway

The Great Northern Railway was the second company to reach Seattle doing so in It was part of the James Hill's vast empire. The GN disappeared into Burlington Northern in

RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 3985 Union Pacific Steam 4-6-6-4 at Lodgepole, Nebraska by Mike Danneman

Union Pacific Challenger No. 3985 is westbound east of Lodgepole, Nebraska, on October on the last day of a long road trip and is.

Mikado No. 2284 assisting Challenger No.3950 at Echo, Utah, August 1946

Mikado No. 2284 assisting Challenger at Echo, Utah, August 1946

"UP 3640, 2-8-8-0 oil burner at Ogden, UT", October 31, 1931

"UP oil burner at Ogden, UT", October 1931

Union Pacific 4-12-2 9514, Class UP-5, was built by ALCO in 1930, one of eighty-eight locomotives. As built, she was numbered 9077, later re-numbered to 9514. These three-cylinder locomotives had the third cylinder located in the center of the steam chest. The third cylinder drove an eccentric in the axle of the second pair of drivers. The UP 9000s had two outside 27"x32" cylinders driving the third set of drive wheels and a third 27"x31" cylinder in the center driving the second axle.

Net Photo: 9514 Union Pacific at Hammett, Idaho by Juice Junkie

Trains play a huge role in Industrialization because without them, it would have certainly never happened because otherwise it would takes years to transport the goods across the country.

Richard Leonard's Union Pacific Big Boys and Challengers - 4002

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