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An ex-Metroliner cab car is in the shop at Philly, still with a pneumatic brake system.

An ex-Metroliner cab car is in the shop at Philly, still with a pneumatic brake system.

Train 84, the Silver Meteor, at 30th Street Station, Philadelphia, PA on January 28, 1977.

Train 84, the Silver Meteor, at 30th Street Station, Philadelphia, PA on January 28, 1977.

Amtrak's Second Annual Autumn Express excursion runs on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision to connect to NS's ex Reading. Since CSX needed its High Line for last minute track work, Amtrak had to reroute its excursion on the Philadelphia Sub, offering this once in a lifetime photo opportunity of an Amtrak train on true rare mileage trackage. Metroliner Conference Car brings up the rear of the consist of 16 cars and two locomotives.

Amtrak's Second Annual Autumn Express excursion runs on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision to connect to NS's ex Reading. Since CSX needed its High Line for last minute track work, Amtrak had to reroute its excursion on the Philadelphia Sub, offering this once in a lifetime photo opportunity of an Amtrak train on true rare mileage trackage. Metroliner Conference Car brings up the rear of the consist of 16 cars and two locomotives.

Cab of the MP40PH-3C

Cab of the MP40PH-3C

RailPictures.Net Photo: V62 Virginia Rail Express (VRE) MPI MP36PH-3C at Washington, District of Columbia by Matt Donnelly

RailPictures.Net Photo: V62 Virginia Rail Express (VRE) MPI MP36PH-3C at Washington, District of Columbia by Matt Donnelly

1948 publicity photo of a Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad "Skytop" lounge car. The Milwaukee's streamlined Hiawatha passenger trains featured a variety of distinctive observation cars. The fourth and final design was the Skytop Lounge, styled by industrial designer Brooks Stevens and produced by the Milwaukee Shops in 1948. The cars' round ends were 90% glass and included 24 revolving chairs, plus a drawing room.

1948 publicity photo of a Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad "Skytop" lounge car. The Milwaukee's streamlined Hiawatha passenger trains featured a variety of distinctive observation cars. The fourth and final design was the Skytop Lounge, styled by industrial designer Brooks Stevens and produced by the Milwaukee Shops in 1948. The cars' round ends were 90% glass and included 24 revolving chairs, plus a drawing room.

NOHAB Diesel-electric locomotive from EMD F7 series in Denmark

NOHAB Diesel-electric locomotive from EMD F7 series in Denmark

Hard to recall, but this is from 1970. The old CB&Q motive power in the yards at Sioux City.

Hard to recall, but this is from 1970. The old CB&Q motive power in the yards at Sioux City.

No. 476 Bunker Hill in Hyannis on Sept. 7, 1964.  Observation Bar, 57-seat lounge car Bunker Hill was one of two built in July 1949 by Pullman Standard

No. 476 Bunker Hill in Hyannis on Sept. 7, 1964. Observation Bar, 57-seat lounge car Bunker Hill was one of two built in July 1949 by Pullman Standard

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