Triple train crossing on St., Dock Street and flood wall in Richmond, VA. (Photo by Ken Soper) Triple Crossing Triple train crossing on St., Dock Street and flood wall in Richmond, VA. (Photo by Ken Soper)
A streamlined steam locomotive was designed by Henry Dreyfuss in 1939 to pull the Twentieth Century Limited between New York City and Chicago. The Twentieth Century Limited was a luxurious passenger train operated by the New York Central Railroad.
A three quarter view of an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway's steam powered locomotive engine (ATSF hauling a freight train in Cajon Pass, California. The locomotive was a type engine built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in
Talyllyn Railway, Wales, UK - Talyllyn Railway locomotive 'Dolgoch' crosses the viaduct after which she is named at the head of the Tywyn Wharf-Nant Gwernol service. 'Dolgoch' was built in 1866 by Lowca (Cumbria) firm Fletcher Jennings.