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Locomotive Train Poster Kids Train Art Steam Train by PatentPress

Locomotive Train Poster Kids Train Art, Steam Train Print, Vintage Train Nursery, Train Room Decor, Vintage Railway Gift, Train Engine P165

Signal Failure  “Train of the Stars” crashes through wall. On 25th January 1948, The Super Chief claimed to be “The Train of the Stars” because of the many celebrities it carried between Chicago and Los Angeles. On this day it lost brakes at Los Angeles’ Union Passenger Terminal (LAUPT) crashed through a bumper post and a concrete wall and came to rest above Aliso Street. No injuries, but the engineer loses his job over the incident.

A Santa Fe diesel passenger locomotive hangs over Aliso Street after running off the end of rails at Union Station, Los Angeles, California (January

Steam Engine goodness.

Digital Matte Painting 5 20 Amazing Digital Matte Painting by Sarel Theron

These old dinosaurs used to come right by our farm, loved the sound of them used to wave to the engineer as it went by & he'd toot the whistle .

Neck And Neck There are a couple of locations on the Harz railway system where one can witness a double departure. This one is at Alexisbad where the tank and the Mallet (left) vie for honours before the tracks diverge.

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Vintage Steam Engine Photograph, Monochrome Photography, Gray, Train Art, Home Decor, Home Decor, New Hope Ivyland Rail Road, 6X9

The nostalgia of steam whistles. An old steam engine chugs through Bucks County, Pennsylvania (via Steam Engine Fine Art Photograph Print by JoshFriedmanPhoto)

i want my very own train

Don't know if this is steam, but it sure makes a pretty picture! The red, yellow, and black train

by Dmitry Laudin

By Dmitry Laudin. I would like to have seen the shot as it was originally taken; I'm not a big fan of selective saturation, and I think, given what I can see in the image, that this would have been lovely as it stood. Still a beautiful image though.