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B&O "Big Six" 2-10-2 on turntable B&O "Big Six" 2-10-2 on turntable
B&O "Big Six" 2-10-2 on turntable at Brunswick, 1947.
 
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Baldwin Consolidation 2-8-0 Baldwin Consolidation 2-8-0
Baldwin Consolidation 2-8-0, circa 1942.
 
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CB&Q 4-6-4 CB&Q 4-6-4
CB&Q 4-6-4 steam engine at Mendota, Illinois Tower, circa 1960.
 
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CB&Q 4-6-4 steam train CB&Q 4-6-4 steam train
CB&Q 4-6-4 steam train, builders photo, circa 1940.
 
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CB&Q BN-3 pulling the Nebraska Zephyr CB&Q BN-3 pulling the Nebraska Zephyr
CB&Q BN-3 pulling the Nebraska Zephyr.
 
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Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) 4-8-4 Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) 4-8-4
Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) 4-8-4 steam engine.
 
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Chesapeke & Ohio 4-8-4 Steam engine Chesapeke & Ohio 4-8-4 Steam engine
Chesapeke & Ohio (C&O) 4-8-4 Steam engine.
 
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General J. C. Robinson locomotives, City Point General J. C. Robinson locomotives, City Point
General J. C. Robinson and other locomotives of the U.S. Military Railroad at City Point, Virginia.
 
 
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Locomotive at City Point, Virginia Locomotive at City Point, Virginia
Locomotive at City Point, Virginia. 1865.
 
 
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New Haven 4-6-2 steam engine New Haven 4-6-2 steam engine
New Haven 4-6-2 steam engine, circa 1940.
 
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New Haven EMD FL9 "A" New Haven EMD FL9 "A"
New Haven EMD FL9 "A" diesel train.
 
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New Haven Zephyr streamliner New Haven Zephyr streamliner
New Haven Zephyr streamliner in Boston.
 
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Ohio Central Steam 4-8-4 Ohio Central Steam 4-8-4
Ohio Central Steam 4-8-4
 
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Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8 "A-B" Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8 "A-B"
Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8 "A-B".
 
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Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8 "A-B" Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8 "A-B"
Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8 "A-B".
 
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Pennsylvania RR EMD E8 "A" unit Pennsylvania RR EMD E8 "A" unit
Pennsylvania RR EMD E8 "A" unit.
 
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Pennsylvania RR EMD E8 "A" units Pennsylvania RR EMD E8 "A" units
Pennsylvania RR EMD E8 "A" units.
 
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Presidential Santa Fe train 1948 Presidential Santa Fe train 1948
Santa Fe with Warbonnet. The Santa Fe train that took President Harry S. Truman from Los Angeles to Kansas City during his West Coast campaign trip, June 3-18, 1948. From the album "President Truman's trip to the West Coast of the U. S." The man standing in doorway is President Harry S. Truman.
 
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Reading Line 4-8-4 Steam Engine Reading Line 4-8-4 Steam Engine
Reading Line 4-8-4 Steam Engine
 
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Santa Fe EMD F3 "A-B-B-B" Santa Fe EMD F3 "A-B-B-B"
Santa Fe EMD F3 "A-B-B-B" Westbound Grand Canyon at Joliet, circa 1963.
 
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Santa Fe EMD F7 "A-B" Santa Fe EMD F7 "A-B"
Santa Fe EMD F7 "A-B" diesel train, circa 1966.
 
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Santa Fe F7 "A-B" with Warbonnet Santa Fe F7 "A-B" with Warbonnet
Santa Fe F7 "A-B" with Warbonnet.
 
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Union Pacific "Big Blows" Turbine Engine Union Pacific "Big Blows" Turbine Engine
Units 1 to 30 were delivered to the Union Pacific, these units, nicknamed "Big Blows" because of their high noise levels, were very different from the previous generations. A larger turbine produced 8500 horsepower (6.3 MW), and the unit consisted of two permanently coupled six-axle units, giving a C-C+C-C wheel arrangement.
 
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Union Pacific "Big Blows" Turbine Engine Union Pacific "Big Blows" Turbine Engine
Units 1 to 30 were delivered to the Union Pacific, these units, nicknamed "Big Blows" because of their high noise levels, were very different from the previous generations. A larger turbine produced 8500 horsepower (6.3 MW), and the unit consisted of two permanently coupled six-axle units, giving a C-C+C-C wheel arrangement.
 
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Union Pacific 2nd generation "veranda" turbines Union Pacific 2nd generation "veranda" turbines
Units 51 to 60 were delivered to the Union Pacific. These were essentially identical to the prototype except that they had cabs at only one end. These and later turbines were nearly always equipped with fuel tenders converted from old steam locomotive tenders, with a capacity of 23,000 US gallons (87,000 l). A heating apparatus was installed to make sure that the fuel would flow properly. The tenders were also equipped with MU connections so that trailing diesel locomotives could be controlled as well. The turbines rarely operated alone; most usually operated with at least two diesel locomotives in their consist, as protection. Should the turbine fail en route, the diesels could be used in allowing the train to clear the main track. UP 57 was briefly converted to burn propane and was equipped with a pressurized tank car as a tender. This fuel burned cleanly but was more difficult to transport. No other conversions were attempted.
 
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Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy" Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy"
 Union Pacific 4-12-2 Class 9000 Steam "Big Boy" 1939.
 
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Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy" Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy"
Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy"
 
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Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy" Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy"
Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy" pulling large load.
 
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Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy" Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy"
Union Pacific 4-12-2 "Big Boy"
 
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