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The picture was taken by Saul Nadler at Orange St. grade crossing on the Newark City Subway. LRVs have just replaced the PCC cars.
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Last Modified on Tue Mar 9 15:35:41 2004
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Picture taken at National Railway Historical Society Convention at Grand Canyon Railway by Jim Fitzgerald now in Saul's collection.
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This is a black and white photo taken in the spring of 1968 at the Jersey Central's roundhouse in Jersey City, NJ. No. 127 was actually CPR 1278
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I took this photo of CN 4-8-4 6218 on Central of Vermont Railway during 1965. It is now on display in Fort Erie, Ontario Canada.
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Last Modified on Wed Mar 10 10:50:42 2004
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Taken Aug 2001 in Seattle, Washington near King street Station. The Sounder Train is like a commuter train.
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Last Modified on Wed Mar 10 11:46:31 2004
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Taken Aug 04 at Havre Montana at station. 4-8-4 built 1930 by Baldwin
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I took this picture of a Pullman built PCC car at Baltimore MD. Last car to run in regular service, No. 7407 was built in 1944.
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Pullman Built PCCs on the Ashmont-Mattapan line in Boston in the fall of 2003.
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Waterloo Cedar Falls & Northern RR Co 381. Built by Perley Thomas in 1930 on order #142 as Knoxville Power & Light 379 and went to Waterloo in 1948. It now runs at the Midwest Electric Railway Museum after being obtained from Iowa Railway Historical Society.
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Picture taken by Bill Dunn. 3'6in gauge Queensland Railway Beyer Garratt at Toowooomba QLD. It was rebuilt by QR just for Railfan Trips. They Have 3 other steam locomotives for railfan trips.
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I took this picture at Hill City, S.D. in August of 2002. This 2-6-2 tank engine is the only passenger train service in S.D.
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Last Modified on Fri Mar 12 15:57:13 2004
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I took this picture of no. 2100 at Jenkintown, PA in 1962 on an Iron Horse Ramble. It can be found in Canada. It was on sale for $570,000 this past spring 2003. Saul's collection.
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Taken by my wife Myrna in Baltimore MD. No 5 was painted to look like no. 5, The Wanderer, for WILL SMITH's movie "WILD WILD WEST", picture taken 1999.
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National Railways of Mexico (NdeM) 73, taken by Alberto LaVeaga front of Railroad Station Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico. It is an 0-4-2 tank engine.
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The Blue Baby no. 1051 (4-6-4T) at Roma Street Station in Brisbane, Queensland Australia by Bill Dunn. Built in 1951 at QR Ipswitch Shops to 3'6in gauge. It is now used for railfan trips. Saul's collection.
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Picture taken by Steve Jeffs in New South Wales, Australia. Metropolitan Vickers Electric locomotive which ran between Sydney and Lithgow in NSW. Saul's Collection.
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Picture of me sitting in a Peter Witt Brill streetcar in the Fall of 1955 at the Southern Depot of PTC at 20th & Johnson Streets in Philadelphia. I was only 17 years old at the time.
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I took this picture Dec. 18, 1960 Between Mendota & Galesberg, Ill. Burlington 4960 now runs on the Grand Canyon Railway.
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Picture taken by Steve Jeffs at ZIG ZAG Railway in Lithgow NSW. No. 5917 was built by Baldwin Lima Hamilton in 1952 for the Standard gauge Railroad. 3'6in gauge 1047 of the Zig Zag RR is a sister to the Blue Baby model DD17 built 1950 at Ipswitch Shops west of Brisbane QLD. Saul's collection.
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I took the shot of no. 8 in Virginia City Nevada on the Viriginia & Truckee RR.
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Last Modified on Mon Mar 15 16:38:06 2004
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I took this picture in the rain at Front Royal Va. It was the first trip out of Washington DC in 13 years on the Southern Railway with a Steam Locomotive. They were standing in the rain just to see the engine and train pass. I was riding on this train as it went into the passing track at Potomac Yard. All the workers stopped what they were doing to see 4501 going by, gave it a whistle salute. Some said there were over 100,000 people that came out in the rain to see the engine go by.
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Picture taken by Bill Dunn at Bathurst NSW April 1994. Built by Clyde Engine co (4-6-2) to standard gauge. Only Steam Locomotive to have gone from Sydney to Perth WA. Has run on many Railfan trips, they even sing songs about the "Jolly Green Giant" and it was even on a postage stamp. Some claim she is the most famous steam locomotive in all of Australia which is still running. I have many PAL tapes of it running. Saul's collection.
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Picture of The BLUE BABY taken by Bill Dunn near Brisbane Queensland Australia. It is used for Railfan trips.
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Picture of 1925 built Orenstein & Koppel at mill yard in East Java by Bill Dunn, Aug 2002. Please check out bags of Baggese or part of sugar cane, engine burns this instead of coal or oil.
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Taken by Richard Weatherley on the South Austraian Railway. PRR T1 look-alike (5'3 in gauge) could burn coal & oil and was a small 4-8-4, only 33,000lbs tractive effort.
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I took this picture, at Annapolis Md. in 1962, of B&O William Mason during Civil War holiday or anniversary. The no. 25 played The General in 1960 movie of "THE GREAT LOCOMOTIVE CHASE."
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Kitson built, around 1900, the Coffee Pot for the South Australian Railway. It runs on 3'6in gauge track at Quorn South Australia. Picture taken by Richard Weatherley. I have video of it running on the present day Pichi Richi Railway through the Flinders Range. Saul's collection.
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I took these pictures of 1053 & 1512, the Silver Sightseer, in Jan 1962 on the last day of streetcar service in Washington, D.C. near the capitol. They were both saved, but the 1512 was lost in a fire.
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I took the picture of No. 4472 Flying Scotsman in 1971 at New York Penn Station
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I took pictures of 611 in the spring of 1962 at Fort Eustis VA near the shop. You will see what is so special about this model S160 in the part2 photo . This engine has a "Caproetta" Valve gear. Some people call it a "Franklin Poppet Valve." This engine is now on display at TVRM in Chattanooga, Tenn.
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Here is a picture of the Franklin poppet valve on US Army No. 611, S160 design. USATC 2628 was its original number. It is a 2-8-0 which was donated to Texas State Railway in 1960 and is now at TVRM after a 1991 trade.
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In the years of 2000-2002 Philadelphia was running free trolleys in Dec. Pictures show red & green cars at 40th & Filbert Streets.
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Moving the LRV cars to the Newark City Subway From Harrison NJ and Supor's Storage building. These trailers also have moved Washinton DC subway cars form same building over 220 miles to Washington DC. The ex-Pennsy MAIN line passes these building and they are not interested in having a siding there, shame on the railroads.
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A-4 was in Abiline Kansas to celebrate IKE'S 100th birthday. This A-4 pulled his command train in England during World War 2. It is a sister engine to "Mallard", fastest Steam locomotive in the world. Picture taken by Duane Zimmerman of Topeka, Saul's collection
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Derailment at Delware Water Gap. Point of Rocks Oct. 2003
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On Jan 25, 2004 I took pictures of rebuit PCC cars at the Elmwood Ave Carbarn in Philadephia. They were rebuilt by the Brookville locomotve work in western Penna. The first 2 are part of an 18 car rebuilding. They will run on Girard Ave Route 15. A device on front will cause a traffic light to change at each cross street in favor of the streetcar. These cars are now Air-Condtioned.
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Ferdinand Magellan pullman which was custom built for use by the President of the United States.
Taken at Gold Coast RR Museum Florida.
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At Rough & Tumble museum Kinzers Penna. This museum has every type of steam engine car, tractor, stationary like Corliss. Most others I have on my video tapes operating. They are in NTSC, I can convert if anyone wants a PAL tape.
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It ran close to my home at the Becker Dairy farms in Roseland NJ. It was over a mile long engine was built in 1941 it looked like a DL&W Pocono 4-8-4. It ran until 1973, a new highway 280 put it into retirement and it was given to Greenfield village where it was on display for a few years then it was sold to an investor who won't give it up. The nine inch track has been relaid in Phillipsburg NJ.
Henry Becker who created the railroad called Centerville & Southwestern just passed away at age 84.
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One of the first PCC cars built. Taken at Coney Island Shops thru the fence.
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Was just rebuilt for the railfans to run on 3'6" Queensland Railway. It is a 4-6-2.
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Picture taken by Joe Noto of Milton NY in 1996.
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Bullet Nose Betty CN 6060 4-8-4 taken on a railfan trip in Canada.
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Picture taken by Bill Dunnon a railfan trip in Queensland, Australia.
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Taken at Flemington, NJ on BR&W. Where is she today?
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Taken by Alberto LaVeaga at Museo del Ferrocarrill Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico.
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I took the picture of Cavan Leitrim Railway No. 3, 4-4-0 tank engine from Ireland. Builders plate had unknown builder "Robert Stephenson Newcastle On Tyne 1887" It does run and is on one of my tapes.
Runs at the NJ Museum of Trans., Allaire State Park
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Loading onto a trailer instead of going on a railroad!
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Last Modified on Thu Mar 18 15:14:45 2004
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Taken by Alberto La Veaga
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I took the picture June 2000 - Saul
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