Railroad Family Trees Poster-2nd Edition

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See how North America's six Class I railroads came to be with this exclusive revised and updated 24" x 12" poster from Trains magazine!  Includes Canadian Pacific Railway's acquisition of Kansas City Southern Lines, CSX Transportation's acquisition of Pan Am Railways, and BNSF Railway's acquisition of Montana Rail Link....

Railroad Map of the US Poster

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Exclusively from Trains magazine, this exciting all-new map presents the current routes of 30+ Class I and regional railroads across the continental U.S. A color-coded key highlights the path of your favorite railroad, what cities it serves, and where it intersects with other lines. Printed...

Union Pacific Big Boy Rolled Print

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Built by American Locomotive Company. The "Big Boy" 4-8-8-4 is claimed to be the world's largest steam locomotive. These engines were designed to be used in the Wasatch Mountains in the west. Print size: 36 1/2" x 11".

Union Pacific Challenger Rolled Print

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Built by American Locomotive Company, 1943. This engine (Challenger 4-6-6-4) is one of 2 left of this type that was preserved by the Union Pacific Railroad. Print size: 35" x 11"
Big Boy Inside Out Poster

Big Boy Inside Out Poster

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Exclusively from Trains magazine, take a look inside Big Boy, an over-the-top bit of rolling genius. This cutaway drawing lets you follow coal and water as they're converted to 300 psi steam that is used to move four sets of pistons to drive 16 68-inch-diameter Boxpok-type drivers....
Chesapeake and Ohio Allegheny Print

Chesapeake and Ohio Allegheny Print

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Built by Lima Locomotive Works, 1941. These engines (H-8 Allegheny 2-6-6-6) had the highest weight per axle of any steam locomotive in the world. This magnificent machine is on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Print size: 35 1/8" x 11".
Baltimore & Ohio Engine Rolled Print

Baltimore & Ohio Engine Rolled Print

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This technical pen and ink drawing by the late Bill Berkompas captures the Baltimore and Ohio EM-1 2-8-8-4 Locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works, 1945. This locomotive was one of the finest steam power on the B&O tracks. Print size: 35" x 11"

US Map of Train Logos Poster

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It will take a while to see all the details in this map of the US filled with railroad logos. Signed by artist Andy Fletcher it measures 11” x 17”.
New York Central J3a Hudson 4-6-4 Engine Rolled Print

New York Central J3a Hudson 4-6-4 Engine Rolled Print

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Built by American Locomotive Company, 1938. The "Super Hudson" #5405 was vastly improved over her predecessor, J1e, engine #5344. The NYC Hudson was considered by some to be the most aesthetically pleasing to the eye steam locomotive in the world. Print size: 29" x 11".
Chesapeake and Ohio Greenbrier Print

Chesapeake and Ohio Greenbrier Print

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Built by Lima Locomotive Works, 1948. J3a Greenbrier 4-8-4. The #614 was the last Northern type built for the C&O Railroad. This engine had all the latest modern appliances and used the latest technology for that time. Print size: 32" x 11".
New York Central Streamlined Hudson J3a Rolled Print

New York Central Streamlined Hudson J3a Rolled Print

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The J3a with the Streamlined Dreyfus Styling was the locomotive used to pull NYC's crack passenger train, the 20th Century Limited. This locomotive, number 5453 is just another example of the NYC's fine fleet of 4-6-4 Hudson's so admired by many railfans. This drawing is...
Norfolk and Western Rolled Print

Norfolk and Western Rolled Print

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Built by Roanoke Shops, 1950. N&W Class J 4-8-4. This locomotive was the last J to run during the days of steam. With a tractive effort of 80,000 lbs., this was the most powerful 4-8-4 steam locomotive anywhere. Print size: 32" x 11"