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  Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
 Decade: 1960-1969
[Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad's coach yard]

[Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad's coach yard]

Date: c. 1966
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial view of the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad's fabulous 51st Street coach yard and facilities in Chicago. At this time the destruction of the nation's great network of rail passenger service was only about two years away.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Mighty Engine No. 1361 of the Pennsylvania Railroad]

[Mighty Engine No. 1361 of the Pennsylvania Railroad]

Date: c. 1960
Creator: unknown
Description: Pennsylvania Railroad's mighty and versatile Engine No. 1361, a K4s Pacific type 4-6-2 locomotive, was one of the earliest built in the shops at Altoona, Pennsylvania. This locomotive was placed in service May 18, 1918 and hauled passenger trains on the main line between New York, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh over a period of thirty-five years. It rolled up a total of 2,469,000 miles before retirement. It now reposes at the famous Horseshoe Curve as a permanent monument.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Interior of Chicago and North Western Railway station]

[Interior of Chicago and North Western Railway station]

Date: c. 1965
Creator: unknown
Description: A typical rush hour scene in the magnificent Chicago Station of the Chicago and North Western Railway.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Union Station in Dallas]

[Union Station in Dallas]

Date: September 1968
Creator: Freeman, G. Robert
Description: One of the nation's finest railroad terminals: Dallas Union Station which is served by the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, known as Amtrak, and soon to be served by commuter trains, operating between Dallas - Fort Worth and other North Texas points. The station is owned by the City of Dallas and represents an investment and modernization aggregating fifteen million dollars.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Rail lines south of Dallas' Union Station]

[Rail lines south of Dallas' Union Station]

Date: September 1968
Creator: Freeman, G. Robert
Description: Main rail lines approaching the Dallas Union Station from the south.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["The Grand Canyon" traverses Raton Pass]

["The Grand Canyon" traverses Raton Pass]

Date: September 17, 1960
Creator: Plummer, Roger S.
Description: Santa Fe's "The Grand Canyon", headed by nine GM Diesel Units, 18,000 horsepower, with a consist of twenty-three cars traverses Raton Pass in Mew Mexico on September 17, 1960.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["Super Chief" in Colorado]

["Super Chief" in Colorado]

Date: 1960
Creator: Meitz, Frank
Description: Santa Fe's "Super Chief" daily all-Pullman streamliner operating between Chicago and Los Angeles, ascends the steep grades near the old Dick Wootton Ranch at Wootton, Colorado.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["The Colonial" rolling from Boston to New York]

["The Colonial" rolling from Boston to New York]

Date: 1960
Creator: unknown
Description: The New Haven's modern streamliner, "The Colonial" enroute between Boston and New York.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Train on the Old Mexican Railway]

[Train on the Old Mexican Railway]

Date: 1964
Creator: unknown
Description: The daylight train No. 51, eastbound, traverses a trestle on the Old Mexican Railway, over the electrified division between Esperanza and Paso del Macho, enroute from Mexico City to Veracruz in August 1964.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Private Rail car at Jalapa, Mexico]

[Private Rail car at Jalapa, Mexico]

Date: August 1964
Creator: unknown
Description: Division Superintendent's private car at Jalapa, Mexico,on the National railways of Mexico's line extending from Veracruz to Mexico City. August 1964. This was formerly the Old Interoceanic Railway, a 3-foot gauge railroad, which was converted to standard gauge in 1948.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
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