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[Grand Central Terminal in New York City]

Description: Photograph of Grand Central Terminal, New York, May 1943. Facing south on 42nd Street, the building sits squarely in the middle of Park Avenue and motor traffic goes around it by means of two elevated roadways running from 41st Street to 46th Street. The terminal has 123 tracks, 66 on the upper level and 57 on the lower. The upper level has 18.8 miles of track and the lower 14.9 miles making a total of 33.7 miles of railroad track in the terminal and its yard. There are 31 platform tracks on the upper level and 17 on the lower. Of these 48 platform tracks, 11 are loop tracks and 37 are stub end.
Date: 1943
Creator: Nowak, Ed
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Two trains in Alamosa, Colorado]

Description: A contrast in Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad's steam and motive power --- "the San Juan" train No. 215 headed by engine No. 472, a Mikado type 2-8-2 awaits departure signal for its scheduled run over narrow gauge rails to Durango, Colorado. Next to it is passenger train Mo. 15, headed by engine No. 1703, a Mountain type 4-8-2, arriving in Alamose from Denver.
Date: 1943~
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Chesapeake and Ohio's "The George Washington"]

Description: Awaiting the hour of departure the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway's "The George Washington" train No. 2, eastbound, headed by Engine No. 307, a mighty Hudson type 4-6-4 locomotive, stands in the Cincinnati Union Station as the conductor and engineer make a last minute check of the time indicated by their respective watches, circa 1943.
Date: 1943~
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad