|Southern Pacific Railroad in Eastern Texas|
Images of Rail
Bernstein. The Southern Pacific and its predecessors served Texas from 1853 until the road's merger with Union Pacific in 1996. In this photo-history, which presents 217 vintage B&W photographs of Southern Pacific operations in eastern Texas from the end of World War II to the UP merger, you'll view the steam-to-diesel transition, stations and infrastructure, and more. 128 pages, 6½"x 9¼", softcover.
|Pennsylvania Railroad K4 Pacific |
Mark Karvon. Pennsylvania Railroad operated a fleet of 425 K4 Pacific steam locomotives, most of which were built in the railroad's own shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Here, #5451 stands ready for service at Altoona in 1937. 24"x 20" print is signed by the artist.
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