Title Postcards: 8 CHROME TRAIN & LOCOMOTIVE CARDS.
Publisher Audio-Visual Designs [Earling, NY] (Nos. 1 - 7) / Argo Foto & Postcard Company [St Louis, MO] (No. 8). No dates. (None).
Seller ID 50-0299
Chromes. Standard-size with divided backs. All unused & Fine (No defects). (1) Back: 'Union Pacific 61. Up 60, 60B, and 61, make a three unit A-B-A set producing 5500 HP Each. These Century 855 locomotives contain 32 cylinders in two model 251 engines. Photo Courtesy Alco Products, Inc. S-75056'. (2) Back: 'Georgia Peach Special. Savannah & Atlantic Pacific 750 and Southern 630 doublehead the excursion extra from Atlanta to Fort Valley Ga. July 1969. Photo by B. F. Roberts. 44269'. (3) Back: 'Pennsylvania 5406. Class K-4 Pacific awaits arrival of GG-1 powered train from New York City at South Amboy, N.J. At this point New York and Long Branch R.R. trains change engines and continue to the northern New Jersey shore. April 1956. Photo by Don Wood.' [No card number]. (4) Back: 'Canadian Pacific 2811. Hudson type locomotive on the turntable at Smiths Falls, Ontario on an early September 1958 morning. Photo by Don Wood. 1869/1969 100th Anniversary Transcontinental Railroad. S-72459-1'. (5) Back: 'The Laurentian. Traveling Southbound along picturesque Lake Champlain near Port Henry, N.Y., the Delaware & Hudson operates this modern passenger equipment and high speed diesel engine on its New York to Montreal trains. Photo by Jim Shaughnessy. S-75060'. (6) Back: 'Union Pacific Railroad. Freight in the Blue Mountains between La Grande and Pendleton, Oregon with a General Electric U28C in the lead. Union Pacific Railroad Colorphoto. 44267'. (7) Back: 'Canadian National 6218. Famous Northern type locomotive returning westbound from Kingston, Ontario on June 5, 1965 during a fan trip. Photo by Ron Ziel. S-63351-2'. (8) Back: 'Norfolk & Western Railroad #2156. 2-8-8-2 compound, articulated locomotive, built 1942 in the Roanoke shops. This engine was used as a 'work horse' in heavy freight service through mountainous territory. Exhibited at National Museum of Transport, St. Louis, Mo. 47006-B. J. J. Bothman photo'.
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