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P.R.R.  #523  4-4-0.

(Class Pennsylvania R. Built in Builder: PRR Altoona Shops.

(Class H1).  Pennsylvania R.R. #1.   2-8-0, Cosolidation steam locomotive  Built in 1892 by Burnham, Wms & Co.

(Class Pennsylvania R. Cosolidation steam locomotive Built in 1892 by Burnham, Wms & Co.

Eight Wheeled Locomotive B O 1854: Inside Connected Eight Wheeled Locomotive Built for the B. & O. Railroad in 1854.  Cylinders, 15 by 22 inches, drivers 60 inches, boiler 44 inches diameter, weight 56,000 pounds  source: Scientific American July 25, 1896

Eight Wheeled Locomotive B O Inside Connected Eight Wheeled Locomotive Built for the B. Railroad in Cylinders, 15 by 22 inches, drivers 60 inches, boiler 44 inches diameter, weight pounds source: Scientific American July 1896

Pennsylvania Railroad EMD F3A, class EF15, a 1,500 HP diesel electric locomotive # 9543, is seen at the railroad's facility in East Altoona, Pennsylvania September 16, 1955, John Dziobko Jr. Photo

Pennsylvania Railroad EMD class a HP diesel electric locomotive # is seen at the railroad's facility in East Altoona, Pennsylvania September John Dziobko Jr.

Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Locomotive | Pennsylvania R.R. on Pinterest | Pennsylvania Railroad, Electric ...

Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Locomotive | Pennsylvania R.R. on Pinterest | Pennsylvania Railroad, Electric ...

Pennsylvania Railroad Baldwin built T-1 4-4-4-4 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pennsylvania Railroad Baldwin built T-1 4-4-4-4 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pine River & Stevens Point RR Locomotive | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Side view of the locomotive purchased by the Pine River and Stevens Point Railroad, being hauled over land from Lone Rock to Richland Center.

B&O Steam Days and a Cab Ride on the William Mason (in HD). Gepubliceerd op 13 okt. 2012. On a calm, nice October 13, 2012, Big Jim Video Productions visited the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum, in Baltimore, MD for their annual Steam Days event. Running this day were #25, 4-4-0 "William Mason", the oldest steam locomotive currently operating in the United States, and the St. Elizabeth #4, an 0-4-0 tank engine. etc.

On a calm, nice October Big Jim Video Productions visited the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum, in Baltimore, MD for their annual Steam Days even.

CPRR Sacramento Shop Workers.

Steam Locomotives of the Central Pacific, Southern Pacific, and Union Pacific Railroad used on the first transcontinental railroad.

NHD&A #1. This 4-4-0 American-type, coal-burning steam engine was produced by Rogers Locomotive Works and was released on February 13, 1871.

New Haven, Derby & Austin railroad This American-type, coal-burning steam engine was produced by Rogers Locomotive Works and was released on February

(Class H4).  #8078.  Pennsylvania R.R.  2-8-0 Consolidation.

(Class Pennsylvania R.

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