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Wrightsville & Tennille Railroad Depot 1878 Wrightsville, GA Photo © Brian Brown

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Wrightsville GA Johnson County Coca Cola Mural In Bottles Sailboat Old Store Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2012

The Winona, Minnesota train station, built by the Milwaukee Road in 1888, is now used by Amtrak. www.visitwinona.com

Winona, Minnesota train station built by the Milwaukee Road in Now used by Amtrak - Eastlake Stick Style architecture OL

Ailey GA Montgomery County Small Rural Southern Town City Hall Old Railroad Depot Fire Department Truck Commercial Architecture Picture Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia

Ailey GA Montgomery County Small Rural Southern Town City Hall Old Railroad Depot Fire Department Truck Commercial Architecture Picture Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot in Fulda, Minnesota. Constructed in 1880, it is the last Eastlake-style 2 story depot in Southwestern Minnesota. The depot was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, NRHP Reference  # 79003716.

Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot in Fulda, Minnesota. Constructed in it is the last Eastlake-style 2 story depot in Southwestern Minnesota. The depot was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in

Virginia, Minnesota Depot built in 1913 by the Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific Railroad, a subsidiary of the Canadian National Railroad. It was used until the late 1950's when it was converted to a bank. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, NRHP Reference # 80004364.

Virginia, Minnesota Depot built in 1913 by the Duluth, Winnipeg Pacific Railroad, a subsidiary of the Canadian National Railroad. It was used until the late when it was converted to a bank.

Streamliner :: New York Central System :: Trains

titovka-and-bergmutzen: This amazing union of art deco and engineering might have escaped from the set of 'Things To Come'.This isn't so,it comes under the heading of 'Things That Were'. “ One of New York Central’s “Mercury” engines in Chicago, ”

c.1910 Photograph of South Lebanon,Ohio Railroad Depot B & O found on Ruby Lane

Photograph of South Lebanon,Ohio Railroad Depot B O found on Ruby Lane

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