Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad (Thx Mike)

Net Photo: D&SNG 481 Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Steam at Tacoma, Colorado by William Diehl. crosses the Animas River on The "High Bridge" South of Tacoma

Shaw #4 crossing a creek bridge by Mark Serfass on Fivehundredpx

Shaw crossing a creek bridge by Mark Serfass .I loved to watch those old locomotives with the billowy black smoke.

I dream of steam. I dream of travelling across the world in an old train with a new lover and champagne in cases and caviar, perhaps. http://chloethurlow.com/2014/03/cybersex/

My friend John loves collecting trains. This, to me, is powerful imagery. I see the cross reference between going forward and believing.

Trains

Trains intrigue me. I want to travel across Canada by train. I have used the Eurostar in 2010 and would go again through Europe on a special.perhaps 21 day travel. I was wondering would you travel by train?

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Union Pacific 844 was one of 10 locomotives that were ordered by Union Pacific in 1944 and designated as class The class represented the epitome of dual-service steam locomotive development; funds and research were being concentrated into the

Steam Locomotive

Pere Marquette 1225 is a (Berkshire) steam locomotive built for Pere Marquette Railway (PM) by Lima Locomotive Works in Lima, Ohio. This engine is on display in Owosso, Michigan.

Engineer And Self-Taught Photographer Travels Through The USA Photographing Old Trains - Bored Panda

Steam locomotive railroad train tracks smoke headlight, Cumberland, West Virginia, by Matthew Malkiewicz on Fivehundredpx

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Shizuoka Prefecture's Oigawa Railway has dressed up one of its steam trains as Thomas the Tank Engine.

Big Mike - Steam Locomotive - Big Mike, a Mikado-type steam locomotive, was built in 1920 by the American Locomotive Co.(ALCO). The powerful 2-8-2 Mikado was designed to include a large firebox supported by a two-wheel trailing truck located behind the rear driving wheels. The locomotive acquired the name Mikado because the first 2-8-2 engines were built for export to Japan. Nicknamed Mike by railroad men, it was a very successful type of locomotive.

Big Mike - Steam Locomotive - Big Mike, a Mikado-type steam locomotive, was built in 1920 by the American Locomotive Co.


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