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  Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
 Decade: 1900-1909
["Texas-Colorado Limited" in West Dallas]

["Texas-Colorado Limited" in West Dallas]

Date: 1907
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Texas and Pacific Railway's "Texas-Colorado Limited" train No. 24 eastbound, in West Dallas, around 1907. This ancient consist, comprising seven cars, is all of wood construction.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["Cannon Ball" at Marshall, Texas]

["Cannon Ball" at Marshall, Texas]

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Texas and Pacific Railway's "Cannon Ball", train No. 6 eastbound headed by Engine No. 359, at the Marshall, Texas Depot in autumn 1903.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Maiden Run of "Pennsylvania Special"]

[Maiden Run of "Pennsylvania Special"]

Date: June 1902
Creator: unknown
Description: Heading out of the old Exchange Place Station in Jersey City, a spindly Atlantic type 4-4-2 locomotive and four de luxe coaches begin the maiden run of the "Pennsylvania Special" in June of 1902. Twenty hours and 912 miles later she will enter Chicago having given birth to a new era in passenger travel. On that same day in June the New York Central Railroad's "Twentieth Century Limited" also went into service. By 1929 all of the Pennsy's Atlantics had given way to the famed K4s Pacifics on first-class passenger runs.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Maiden Run of "North Coast Limited"]

[Maiden Run of "North Coast Limited"]

Date: April 29, 1900
Creator: unknown
Description: An intriguing photograph of Northern Pacific Railroad's first "North Coast Limited" which made its maiden run on April 29, 1900. The train is headed by a ten-wheeler, type 4-6-0 locomotive bearing the Engine No. 271, with a consist of eight handcrafted wooden cars - all having open platforms and underbody truss rods - heated by potbellied iron stoves and illuminated by kerosene. This was the first electrically-lighted train to operate between the Midwest and the North Pacific Coast - it also introduced such travel comforts as steam heat, baths, and barber-valet service - inaugurating the era of travel luxury on the rails.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Early Passenger Train in Minnesota]

[Early Passenger Train in Minnesota]

Date: January 1900
Creator: Barnes, Dwight
Description: On a winter morning in January 1900, the Great Northern Railway's passenger train stands at the Cokato, Minnesota depot. It is headed by an American type 4-4-0 locomotive bearing the Engine No. 127. This locomotive was built by the Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1882, and scrapped in 1916. Observe this burnished locomotive and its consist of clean and well-maintained equipment.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[The "Banner Limited"]

[The "Banner Limited"]

Date: c. 1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Wabash Railway's The "Banner Limited" dating from the turn of the century, traverses the 286 mile route between St. Louis and Chicago. It was a daylight train - No. 11 southbound and No. 10 northbound - operating on a schedule of about seven hours. In this photograph the "Banner Limited" is headed by an Atlantic type 4-4-2 locomotive, engine No. 602, with a consist of old wooden cars which have underbody truss rods and open platforms. As early as June 1916, this train was cited in the Official Guide of the Railways as having modern steel equipment, comprising Smoking, Chair, Dining, and Observation cars.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad