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Nashville Railroad Yard, Civil War era.

Nashville, Tennessee Railroad yard and depot with locomotives; the Capitol in distance]. It was made in 1864 by Barnard, George N.

From 1874 to 1896 there was a railroad on Martha’s Vineyard. It connected Oak Bluffs to Edgartown.

NICE IDEA - train to take the daytrippers to the show from the parking areas/boatdocks all around the venue. The train Active leaving Oak Bluffs wharf for Edgartown

Civil War veteran John Denton, 1910.  He deserted both the Union and Confederate armies.

American Civil War Life - John Denton fought for the Confederate Army, but deserted it. Then he joined the Union Army, but deserted it even faster. And that was just the beginning of his troubles.

Locomotive destroyed by Confederates in evacuating Atlanta.  September 1864

Steam locomotive “Hero” destroyed by Confederates while evacuating Atlanta, Georgia, circa

We love Lexington.  Ready to see it again.    Stonewall Jackson's gravesite, Lexington, Virginia

Lexington, VA - Stonewall Jackson's gravesite Been there. I took my girls when they were younger - after touring Gettysburg. I have a wonderful civil war print of Lee at Jackson's gravesite.

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A Santa Fe diesel passenger locomotive hangs over Aliso Street after running off the end of rails at Union Station, Los Angeles, California (January

"Gen. J. C. Robinson" and other locomotives of the U.S. Military Railroad

The locomotive "Gen. Robinson" of the U. Military Railroad in the main eastern theater of war during the siege of Petersburg, June 1864 through April 1865 in City Point, Virginia.