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Nsrm Steam Locomotive131215-33 by MartinGollery.dev... on @deviantART

Love of Trains and Steam Locomotives

Nsrm Steam Locomotive131215-33 by MartinGollery.dev... on @deviantART

473 at Needleton Tank. Photo by Yvonne.  473 at Needleton Tank. Photo by Yvonne.Image 1 of 14

473 at Needleton Tank. Photo by Yvonne. 473 at Needleton Tank. Photo by Yvonne.Image 1 of 14

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Chesapeake and Ohio 614 | ... details location date of photo chesapeake ohio c o more steam 4 8

Chesapeake and Ohio 614 | ... details location date of photo chesapeake ohio c o more steam 4 8

The trip down the hill from Cumbres to Chama is much quicker than moving up the hill. Here 489 glides through an S-curve just a few minutes past Windy Point.

The trip down the hill from Cumbres to Chama is much quicker than moving up the hill. Here 489 glides through an S-curve just a few minutes past Windy Point.

The Rocket Photograph  - The Rocket Fine Art Print

The Rocket Photograph - The Rocket Fine Art Print

RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 4011 Union Pacific Steam 4-8-8-4. A Big Boy hauls a freight over Sherman Hill with another steam engine on the rear assisting.

RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 4011 Union Pacific Steam 4-8-8-4. A Big Boy hauls a freight over Sherman Hill with another steam engine on the rear assisting.

Twenty-five Big Boys were built exclusively for Union Pacific Railroad, the first of which was delivered in 1941. The locomotives were 132 feet long and weighed 1.2 million pounds. Because of their great length, the frames of the Big Boys were "hinged," or articulated, to allow them to negotiate curves. They had a 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement, which meant they had four wheels on the leading set of "pilot" wheels which guided the engine, eight drivers, another set of eight drivers, and four…

Twenty-five Big Boys were built exclusively for Union Pacific Railroad, the first of which was delivered in 1941. The locomotives were 132 feet long and weighed 1.2 million pounds. Because of their great length, the frames of the Big Boys were "hinged," or articulated, to allow them to negotiate curves. They had a 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement, which meant they had four wheels on the leading set of "pilot" wheels which guided the engine, eight drivers, another set of eight drivers, and four…

Baltimore and Ohio's EM1 Challenger type steam locomotive. This was located in Fairport Harbor, Ohio on April 11, 1952.

Baltimore and Ohio's EM1 Challenger type steam locomotive. This was located in Fairport Harbor, Ohio on April 11, 1952.

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