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Train by Truck
How do you move a dead stem locomotive? Carefully, very carefully. Peterbuilt strains with the weight of vintage Union Pacific 4-6-2 #3206 moving her from High Bridge Park, Spokane for refurbishing in 1968

A69
RC01 AUD$3.00
 
 
 
Midweight Mike
Northern Pacific 2-8-2 #1706 has a roll on freight in this rare vintage color view, circa late 1940's. Her lines suggest a pre-WWII NP Mikado ("Mike") design rather than the USRA Mikes commonly seen in this post-war period
 
A53
RCO2 AUD$3.20
 
 
 
 
Running on Three Cylinders.
Enormous Southern Pacific 4-10-2 #5021 "Overland" developed high horsepower more efficiently and was easier on rails because of its dynamically balanced three-steam-cylinder design. Third cylinder is hidden under boiler between the two visible cylinders. San Bernardino 1969.
 
A64
RC03  AUD$2.95
 
 
 
 
Veteram America
Northern Pacific 4-4-0 #684, her main rod disconnected for towing and maintainance, is typical of teh "American" type designed and built by the Baldwin Locomitive Works from the late 1800's right up to WWI. This view is near the old turntable and roundhouse at Spokane, circa 1960
 
A52
RC04  AUD$0.90 (creased top right corner)
  
 
 
Grand Trunk looking grand
Grand Trunk Western 4-6-2 #5629 all coaled-up in a rods-down pose. This K4a Class light Pacific was one of five built for GTW by American Locomotives Company, following a tried-and-true USRA design.
 
B15
RC05 AUD$2.80
 
 
Is that good fetilizer?
Great Wester Ry steam engine #90 throws up a heavy screen of smoke n' cinders, strutin' her stuff for eleven passenger cars full of railfans, in farmlands near Longmont, in September of 1963
 
A38
RC06  AUD$2.90
 
 
 
Big Boy
"Worlds biggest (and heaviest) steam locomotive" Union Pacific 4-8-8-4's affectionately known as "Big Boys", hold that title. 85' from pilot to rear of cab, and weighing 772,000 lbs, there were few steam loco's that could out-pull a Big Boy like #3990 seen here at Cheyenne in 1957
 
B67
RC07 AUD$3.00
 
 
 
 
Midweight Mike
Pacific 2-8-2 #1706 has a roll on freight in this rare vintage color view, circa late 1940's. Her lines suggest a pre-WWII NP Mikado ("Mike") design rather than the USRA Mikes commonly seen in this post-war period
 
A53
RCO8 AUD$3.20
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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