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The Baltimore & Ohio was a coal hauling railroad with routing through some of the roughest geography east of the Mississippi. Moving these high-tonnage coal trains, some over 100 cars in length, over the steep mountain grades, required additional horsepower at the rear of the train. This limited edition train print showcases two class EL3 2-8-8-0 locomotives, pushing hard on the back of a coal train, up Newburg Grade on the west-end subdivision.

The Baltimore & Ohio was a coal hauling railroad with routing through some of the roughest geography east of the Mississippi. Moving these high-tonnage coal trains, some over 100 cars in length, over the steep mountain grades, required additional horsepower at the rear of the train. This limited edition train print showcases two class EL3 2-8-8-0 locomotives, pushing hard on the back of a coal train, up Newburg Grade on the west-end subdivision.

The Baltimore & Ohio was a coal hauling railroad with routing through some of the roughest geography east of the Mississippi. Moving these high-tonnage coal trains, some over 100 cars in length, over the steep mountain grades, required additional horsepower at the rear of the train. This limited edition train print showcases two class EL3 2-8-8-0 locomotives, pushing hard on the back of a coal train, up Newburg Grade on the west-end subdivision.

The Baltimore & Ohio was a coal hauling railroad with routing through some of the roughest geography east of the Mississippi. Moving these high-tonnage coal trains, some over 100 cars in length, over the steep mountain grades, required additional horsepower at the rear of the train. This limited edition train print showcases two class EL3 2-8-8-0 locomotives, pushing hard on the back of a coal train, up Newburg Grade on the west-end subdivision.

Union Pacific Gas Turbine Locomotive was one of ten. These locomotives were unique to the Union Pacific.

Union Pacific Gas Turbine Locomotive was one of ten. These locomotives were unique to the Union Pacific.

A futuristic "City of San Francisco" was a luxury Union Pacific passenger consist pulled by this M-10004 powerful diesel locomotive B-B+B-B combination and first began service May of 1936

A futuristic "City of San Francisco" was a luxury Union Pacific passenger consist pulled by this M-10004 powerful diesel locomotive B-B+B-B combination and first began service May of 1936

Union Pacific Big Boy 4-8-8-4 No.4009, at Laramie, Wyoming, August 17, 1957

Union Pacific Big Boy 4-8-8-4 No.4009, at Laramie, Wyoming, August 17, 1957

Only one type of 4-12-2 was built: the Union Pacific Railroad's 9000-series locomotives, 88 of which were built by ALCO between 1926 and 1930. These locomotives were used to increase the speed of freight trains in flat country, and were fairly successful, but were maintenance nightmares, largely because of their use of an inside third cylinder driving the cranked second driving axle between the frames.

Only one type of 4-12-2 was built: the Union Pacific Railroad's 9000-series locomotives, 88 of which were built by ALCO between 1926 and 1930. These locomotives were used to increase the speed of freight trains in flat country, and were fairly successful, but were maintenance nightmares, largely because of their use of an inside third cylinder driving the cranked second driving axle between the frames.

Spectacular Moments of Wonder with Dr. Monocle: Photo

Spectacular Moments of Wonder with Dr. Monocle: Photo

Cool looking steam turbine locomotive

Cool looking steam turbine locomotive

Chesapeake & Ohio class H-8 LIMA built Allegheny 2-6-6-6 articulated steam locomotive # 1604, is seen on display at the railroad museum in Roanoke, Virginia, August 1985 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Chesapeake & Ohio class H-8 LIMA built Allegheny 2-6-6-6 articulated steam locomotive # 1604, is seen on display at the railroad museum in Roanoke, Virginia, August 1985 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Union-Pacific " Big Boy" No. 4005

Union-Pacific " Big Boy" No. 4005