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  Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
 Decade: 1920-1929
["Empire Builder" at Puget Sound]

["Empire Builder" at Puget Sound]

Date: 1929
Creator: unknown
Description: Great Northern Railway's "Empire Builder" train No. 31, westbound, traverses the route along Puget Sound, nearing Seattle, 1929.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["The Empire Builder" at St. Paul, Minnesota Depot]

["The Empire Builder" at St. Paul, Minnesota Depot]

Date: 1929
Creator: unknown
Description: Great Northern Railway's "The Empire Builder" train No. 1, westbound, headed by Engine No. 2517, a Mountain type 4-8-2 locomotive, at St. Paul Union Depot, 1929. This world renowned train was operated by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad from Chicago to St. Paul and it was a Great Northern train from St. Paul to Portland, Seattle and Tacoma.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["Sunshine Special" near Forney, Texas]

["Sunshine Special" near Forney, Texas]

Date: 1929
Creator: unknown
Description: Texas and Pacific's " Sunshine Special" train No. 2, eastbound, headed by Engine No. 909, a 900 class Mountain type 4-8-2 locomotive, rolls through Texas countryside near Forney on a summer day in 1929. The Texas and Pacific Railway had five locomotives of the 900 class which were built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1928 and these went into service in 1929. They were Numbers 905, 906, 907, 908, and 909.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Mail-Express train in Pennsylvania]

[Mail-Express train in Pennsylvania]

Date: January 1923
Creator: Newman-Schmidt
Description: One of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Mail-Express trains, headed by a K4s locomotive with a standard coach on the rear-end, rolls through the Pennsylvania countryside on a cold, dismal day in January 1923.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
["Textile Special" brochure]

["Textile Special" brochure]

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Brochure of the "Textile Special" which ran only once. It traversed a distance of about 1965 miles through the Lone Star State. As a sequence of the publicity engendered as new era of industrial development dawned in Texas.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Highland Park, Texas Depot]

[Highland Park, Texas Depot]

Date: July 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: The new Highland Park, Texas Depot of the Missouri - Kansas - Texas Railroad (KATY) which opened on July 1, 1922 and closed on July 1, 1965.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Empalme engine terminal]

[Empalme engine terminal]

Date: June 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: The Southern Pacific of Mexico's Empalme, Mexico shops and engine terminal, June 1922.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Empty Ore Car in Mexico]

[Empty Ore Car in Mexico]

Date: June 1922
Creator: Blanton, Bert C.
Description: Porter Locomotive No. 4, type 0-6-4T heads an empty ore train, enroute from the smelter in Chihuahua City to the mines at Santa Eulalia, Mexico on the 30-inch gauge El Potosi Industrial and Chihuahua Railroad in June 1922. On the mountain side in the background are steel towers supporting an aerial tramway, which had recently been completed for transporting ore from the mine to a reduction mill.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Interoceanic Railway of Mexico train crossing a gorge]

[Interoceanic Railway of Mexico train crossing a gorge]

Date: September 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Passenger train on the Interoceanic Railway of Mexico enroute between Mexico City and Veracruz in September 1920. This narrow gauge train, headed by a Consolidation type 2-8-0 steam locomotive with a diverse consist, carried a Broiler-buffet Sleeping car on the rear-end which provided meal service for Pullman passengers.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Saltillo Depot]

[Saltillo Depot]

Date: September 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Saltillo, Mexico passenger depot of the National Railways of Mexico, September 1920. This was a busy terminal on the Nuevo Laredo to Mexico City main line. Also for local trains operating to Monterrey, Piedras Negras, and Torreon.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
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