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Afbeeldingsresultaat voor rheingold bahn

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Chesapeake & Ohio M-1 steam turbine 502 at Cincinnati on July 2, 1949.  These coal-fired turbine locomotives were complete failures in passenger service despite their impressive size and complexity.  Built in 1947 by Baldwin Locomotive for exorbitant prices, all three were retired by 1950.  Color of this engine, in case you're wondering, was yellow-orange up top with gray beneath, with dark blue lettering and trim.

Chesapeake & Ohio steam turbine 502 at Cincinnati on July These coal-fired turbine locomotives were complete failures in passenger service despite their impressive size and complexity. Built in 1947 by Baldwin Locomotive for exorbitant.

https://flic.kr/p/YJHUjy | BR50

https://flic.kr/p/YJHUjy | BR50

LMS Stanier Class 8P 'Princecess Royal' Turbomotive 4-6-2 - built 1935 by Crewe Works as LMS No.6202

The Turbomotive, a Stanier Pacific using turbines instead of conventional pistons and cylinders. Rebuilt as 46202 "Princess Anne", she was involved in the Harrow and Wealdstone accident.

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Mill switcher Shay #19 just after taking water is seen here backing down to spot log cars at Swandale, WVa in the summer of 1963.

A Lumber Mill switcher Shay just after taking water is seen here backing down to spot log cars at Swandale, WVa in the summer of

Texas & Pacific Railroad Texas-type #666 is at Shreveport, Louisiana in September, 1949. T engine crews did in fact refer to this locomotive as "The Devil Engine"

Photoswith unusual number combinations are a prize - like this one of the Texas & Pacific Railroad Texas-type is at Shreveport, Louisiana in September, T&P engine crews did in fact refer to this locomotive as "The Devil Engine".

Peppercorns Atlantic

Peppercorns Atlantic uploaded in Alternative Design History: Suitable for lighter fast trains.

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