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[Burt C. Blanton at the Depot in Erwin, Tennessee]

[Burt C. Blanton at the Depot in Erwin, Tennessee]

Date: June 10, 1979
Creator: unknown
Description: The author - Burt C. Blanton - stands on the open platform of the Clinchfield Railroad's Office Car No. 100, which is located on a siding adjacent to the passenger depot at Erwin, Tennessee. The time is noon, Sunday, June 10, 1979. This was a modern car with a complement of conventional equipment. The exterior was painted dark green. The cars letterboard bore the name "Clinchfield" plus the number 100 positioned on either side, centered below the windows, all in gold leaf. There was a gold stripe near the car's base, running along each side and across the rear-end platform. Office Car No. 100 was formerly an Atlantic Coast Lines dining car bearing the name "Orlando" and the car was rebuilt in the Clinchfield's Erwin Shops.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Union Station in Washington D.C.]

[Union Station in Washington D.C.]

Date: July 25, 1969
Creator: Hanlon, Pat
Description: This massive structure is the Union Station in Washington D.C. on July 25, 1969. This terminal has a total of thirty tracks, of which nine are through tracks and twenty-one are stub end. A portion of the station's tracks are electrified by the overhead catenary system thereby Permitting Penn Central's GG1 Electric Locomotives heading passenger trains, the "Metroliners", and electric powered multiple unit commuter trains to serve the terminal.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["Panama Limited" stands at New Orleans terminal]

["Panama Limited" stands at New Orleans terminal]

Date: May 25, 1969
Creator: Hanlon, Pat
Description: Illinois Central Railroad's "Panama Limited" train No. 6, northbound, stands in the New Orleans' Union Passenger Terminal awaiting the hour of departure on its overnight run to Chicago on May 25, 1969.
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
[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
[Turntable at San Lazaro engine terminal]

[Turntable at San Lazaro engine terminal]

Date: June 1967
Creator: Peterson, Roland B.
Description: Locomotive No. 67 a consolidation type 2-8-0 rides the turntable in the San Lazaro engine terminal enroute from its roundhouse stall to servicing tracks. The "F.C. I." abbreviation on the tender is Ferro-carril Cuautla Y Ixtla" (Cuauta and Ixtla Railroad). In yesteryears this locomotive ran only on this 50-mile branch line. Soon it will head the National Railways of Mexico's narrow gauge passenger consist on the main line run from Mexico City via Cuauta to Puebla. This 3-foot gauge railroad system is one of the oldest in the Republic. It traverses one of the most picturesque routes in Mexico. June 1967.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["The Chief" in California]

["The Chief" in California]

Date: June 1964
Creator: Meitz, Frank
Description: Photograph of Santa Fe's "The Chief" passing "Sullivan's Curve" in rugged Cajon Pass, California, June 1964.
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
[San Antonio depot]

[San Antonio depot]

Date: May 1962
Creator: Monaghan, M.D.
Description: Missouri - Kansas - texas Railroad's beautiful Spanish Mission style depot in the "Alamo City" in May 1962. This was the San Antonio home of the KATY's famous trains, the "Texas Special", "The Bluebonnet" and "The Katy Flyer"
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
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