Fort Collins ready to seek railroad quite zone downtown. A train crosses Oak Street in Old Town, where city officials hope to establish a quiet zone where trains would no longer be required to sound their horns.
The return of the Cheyenne Frontier Days special accelerating north after meeting a southbound. Only the E's were online today and the train barely got above 35mph. Was the second-easiest chase between Nunn and Carr of this train since 844 ran at restricted speed the entire route a few years ago.
Publicity photo of UP's "Train of Tomorrow," which the railroad purchased in 1950 from GM. In this photo, the train appears to be running as eastbound no. 104, "The City of Los Angeles," as evidenced by the train number displayed in the locomotive's number board. The train was comprised of an E7A diesel-electric locomotive and four Astra Dome cars: chair car, sleeper, diner, and observation-lounge.
Milwaukee Road, Class Atlantic Hiawatha - This 4-4-2 steam locomotive hauled the iconic Hiawatha trains from Chicago to Minneapolis-St. Paul in 1935 and later, in 1940, from Chicago to Omaha and Sioux City.