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:400 Above is the most modern development in railroad locomotive construction. It is the new Southern Pacific type locomotive, the most powerful single engine unit locomotive yet built. It has three cylinders and ten driving wheels. It is 101 feet one inch in length and weighs 682,400 pounds. [Engine No. 5000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:401 [Engine No. 5000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:402 [Engine No. 5001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:403 Southern Pacific Lines No. 5002, 4-10-2, built by American Locomotive Co. in 1925. Class: SP-1 SP 63 25 316/28032 B-60 SF 392700 442000. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:404 S.P. Giant 5000 engine. [Engine No. 5002. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:405 Central Pacific R.R. (S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Lines) No. 5009, 4-10-2, built by American Locomotive Company in 1925. Class: SP-1 SP 63 25 316/28-32 B-60 SF 392700 44200. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1936.

 

:405a [Negative.]

 

:406 [Engine No. 5012. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:407 [Engine No. 5012. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:408 [Engine No. 5012. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:409 Central Pacific R.R. (S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Lines) No. 5026, 4-10-2, built by American Locomotive Company in 1926. Class: SP-2 SP 63 25 316/32-32 B-60 SF 395700 445000. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:410 [Engine No. 5041. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:411 [Engine No. 5045. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

Volumes 91-92.

Subseries 10: Virginia and Truckee Railroad. Ca. 1876-ca. 1952

Physical Description: 419 Photographs.
 

Volume 91: Virginia and Truckee Railroad

 

:1 Map of the Virginia & Truckee R.R. Nevada

 

:2 [Reproduction of cover page of time table, Virginia & Truckee Railway. June 17, 1924.]

 

:3 [Reproduction of time table, Virginia & Truckee Railroad. June 17, 1924.]

 

:4 [Special Instructions, from reproduction of time table, Virginia & Truckee Railroad. June 17, 1924.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of time table, Virginia & Truckee Railroad. July 10, 1910.]

 

:6 [Rules and Regulations for Employees, from reproduction of time table, Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:7 [Reproduction of 1,000 dollar bond for Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company.]

 

:8 [Reproduction of Train Baggageman's Way-Bill, May 27, 1877. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:9 Reno, view east. [Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:10 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia and Truckee Railroad], Truckee River Bridge.

 

:11 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:12 Reno. 5/2/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:13 5/4/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Unidentified bridge. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:14 Water tank, 1949. [Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:15 Engine House, 1949. See also v. 92:194-200.

 

:16 [Engine No. 27. Unidentified station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:17 Washoe. [Unidentified car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:18 Washoe City. [Unidentified engine. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:19 [Washoe City. Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:20 [Flat bed car. Unidentified location. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:21 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:22 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:23 Franktown Station, 5/3/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:24 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:25 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:26 [Carson City station? Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:27 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:28 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:29 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:30 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:31 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:32 [Carson City station? Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:33 [Minden Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:34 [Unidentified station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:35 Taken 1876. Courtesy of Mr. W. S. Bliss. [Lumber yard, unidentified location.] [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 26. Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:37 [Carson City station? Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:38 Carson City Yard. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:39 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:40 [Carson City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:41 V. & T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] Workshops, Carson, Nev. Photographed by C. E. Peterson, June 16, 1882.

 

:42 Engine house ..[illegible]... Carson City. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:43 [Roundhouse, Carson City. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:44 [Roundhouse. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:45 [Roundhouse, Carson City. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:46 D.L.J. [i.e. Dave L. Joslyn] at Carson City, August 21, 1933(?). Old 1869 Coach.

 

:47 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:48 V. & T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] built 1869, still in service. No. 16, Carson City, 1934.

 

:49 [Unidentified cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:50 The Merimac Hills, View East, Carson River. [Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:51 The Merimac, from The Brunswick -- Carson River. [Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:52 The Brunswick Mill -- Carson River. [Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:53 The Santiago Mill - Carson River from V. & T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:54 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engines No.] 11 & 27 near Mound House (South of Md. H.) 6/5/38 [i.e. 1938]. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:55 [Mound House station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:56 [Snow plow. Unidentified location. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:57 American Flat. [Taken from train. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:58 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engines No.] 11 & 27 American Flat. 6/5/38 [i.e. 1938].

 

:59 Seales. [July 17, 1938. Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:60 Seales. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:61 Crown Point Trestle. [Gold Hill, Nevada. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:62 1893. [Crown Point Trestle. Gold Hill, Nevada. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:63 [Unidentified engine on Crown Point Trestle, Gold Hill, Nevada. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:64 Crown Point, Gold Hill, Nev. [Crown Point Trestle, right. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:65 [Gold Hill, Nevada.]

 

:66 Virginia & Truckee R.R. No.11 with train on Crown Point Ravine trestle, at Gold Hill, Nevada. Taken about 1870. In 1935, the Government removed this trestle and rerouted the railroad around the side of the ravine so that over four million dollars in gold and silver could be mined where the trestle stood. D.L. Joslyn, collection, 1935.

 

:67 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine No.] 22.

 

:68 [Engine No. 20. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:69 [Horse-drawn wagons at station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:70 [Gold Hill station, Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:71 Gold Hill. 6/4/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:72 [Gold Hill station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:73 Gold Hill, 7/17/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:74 Gold Hill, Nev. [Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:75 Cal./Nevada excursion on V. & T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] at Gold Hill, Nevada, 6-5-38 [i.e. 1938].

 

:76 Gold Hill, Nev., 6-5-38 [i.e. 1938]. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. At Gold Hill station.]

 

:78 Gold Hill, Nev. 7/19/38 [i.e. 1938], by Ted Wurm. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:79 [Interior, Gold Hill station? Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:80 [Gold Hill station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:81 [Gold Hill station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:82 [Gold Hill station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:83 Gold Hill, Nev. [Crown Point Trestle, center. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:84 Miners prospecting for silver on the slopes of Mount Davison, with a view of abandoned "Prospect Holes." Across the continent - the Frank Leslie Transcontinental Excursion - scenes and incidents of the visit to the silver mines at Virginia City, the site of the great Comstock Lode - from sketches by our special artists. [Reproduction of illustration. From publication of Virginia & Truckee Railroad?]

 

:85 [Gold Hill. Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:86 [Gold Hill. Along line of Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:87 Virginia City Nevada in the Heyday of Gold-Silver. Ore train [left]. "C" Street showing famous international Hotel [right].

 

:88 Virginia City, Nevada. [Post card.]

 

:89 [Mound House station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 11. At Gold Hill station? Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:91 Virginia and Truckee Depot, Virginia City, Nevada.

 

:92 Crown Point Bridge, Gold Hill, Nev. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:93 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engines No.] 11 & 27 and Cal-Nevada excursion, Carson River, 6- 5-38 [i.e. 1938]. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:94 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine No.] 11 and R. & L. H. S. [Railroad & Locomotive Historical Society] excursion -- entering cut near Gold Hill, Nevada. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:94a [Negative.]

 

:95 [View from train.]

 

:96 6/4/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:97 [Unidentified train. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. Virginia City?]

 

:98 [View of Virginia City.]

 

:99 Depot, Virginia City. View north, south of "E" St. tunnel. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:100 "E" Street Tunnel, Virginia City, Nevada.

 

:101 Station of V. & T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. Virginia City, Nevada.

 

:102 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:103 [Station scene, Virginia City. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:104 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:105 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:106 Virginia City. [Train at station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:107 Virginia City, 5/3/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:108 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] Express, Virginia City, Nevada. Jan. 15, 1916.

 

:109 Ohpir Works, Virginia City. [No. 4148. Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:110 Ohpir Hoisting Works, Virginia City. [No. 4150. Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:111 C. & C. Hoisting Works, Virginia City. [No. 4143. Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 25. Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:113 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:115 [Virginia & Truckee Railroad train.]

 

:116 [Virginia & Truckee Railroad train.]

 

:117 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:118 Minden. [Station. Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:119 [Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:120 [At Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:121 Virginia & Truckee Ry. Station, Minden, Nevada. Photograph taken July 18, 1946.

 

:122 [Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:123 [Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 27, at Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:126 Gold Hill. [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 27, at Gold Hill. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 27, at Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 27, at Minden station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:132 [Unidentified tunnel, taken from train. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:133 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:133a [Negative.]

 

:134 [Illegible]... engine house. V. & T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. Carson City.

 

:135 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine No.] 11 ("Reno") in Carson City Roundhouse, May 1937. [From collection of G.H. Kneiss.]

 

:136 [Reproduction of letter from H.M. Yerington, General Superintendent of Virginia & Truckee Railroad, to E.B. Yerington. 1882.]

 

:137 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:138 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:139 [Virginia City station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:140 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. [Snow plow.]

 

:141 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine No.] 11, wrecked in making the picture "Union Pacific."

 

:142 At Scales, Jan. 1890. [Wreck scene. Unidentified engine. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [From collection of Arthur Haig.]

 

:143 [Wreck scene. Unidentified engine. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:144 1891: original glass plate owned by S. E. Daws. [Wreck scene. Unidentified engine. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:145 [Wreck scene. Unidentified engine. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:146 [Wreck scene. Unidentified engine. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 3. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:148 [Engine No. 4. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 5. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:150  Engine "5" Belleville. C. & C. Ry. [i.e. Carson & Colorado Railway].

 

:151 First train crossing state line, Carson [and] Colorado R.R.

 

:152 Carson & Colorado 6 -- Hawthorne, at [Ruler?], Calif. May 1887. Engineer Cagwin.

 

:153 Carson & Colorado 6. Hawthorne.

 

:154 C. & C. R.R. [i.e. Carson & Colorado Railway] ( Hawthorne) Eng. 8. [Actually, engine No. 6?]

 

:155 [Engine No. 8, Darwin. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:156 [Unidentified engine. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 5. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:158 [Mound House station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:159 Mound House. [Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:160 [Dayton station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:161 Dayton, Nev. [Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:162 Churchill. [Station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:163 [Wabuska station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:164 Salt Lake Div., Mina Br. [Schurz station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:165 Basalt, Nev. 1952. Water tank (aband.).

 

:166 Mount Montgomery Pass. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad train.]

 

:167 Mount Montgomery. Actually Belleville (?).

 

:168 [Mt. Montgomery station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:169 [Mt. Montgomery station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:170 [Unidentified engine. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:171 [Engine No. 6. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

:172 Mount Montgomery Pass. [Tracks. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:173 [Benton station. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:174 Benton. [Station water tower. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:175 Benton. [Cars. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Hammil station. Southern Pacific Railroad train.]

 

:177 Hammil. [Unidentified train. Distance.]

 

:178 Shealy. [Cars. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 8. Southern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:180 Laws. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 Laws. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:182 [Laws station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 10/1/53 [i.e. 1953]. [Laws station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Laws station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 Laws. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 Laws. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 Laws. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 Laws. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 Laws. [Cars. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 Owens River. [Crossing. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 Owens River. [Trestle. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 Owens River. [Trestle. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 Black Canyon. [Unidentified engine. Southern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:194 Black Canyon. [Engine 8. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 [Zurich station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 C. & C. [i.e. Carson & Colorado Railway]. [Alvord station]

 

:197 [Monola station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 Aberdeen. [Station. Engine No. 8. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 [Engine No. 8. At Aberdeen station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 [Kearsarge station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 [Kearsarge station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 8. At Kearsarge station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Owenyo station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Owenyo station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 Owenyo. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [Mt. Whitney station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206a [Negative.]

 

:207 Keeler. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 Keeler. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 [Keeler station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Keeler station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 Keeler. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 Keeler. [Station yard. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 Keeler. [Station yard. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 [Kearsarge station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 [Engine No. 9. Unidentified location. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 [Engine No. 2. Carson & Colorado Railway.]

 

Volume 92: Virginia and Truckee Railroad

 

:1 [Reproduction of emblem of Virginia & Truckee Railroad Co.]

 

:2 Virginia and Truckee Train, Carson City, Nevada. The Virginia and Truckee Railway played an important part in Nevada's history. More gold was shipped in its cars than on any other narrow-gauge railroad in the country. It was discontinued in 1949. [Engine No. 2.] [Post card.]

 

:3 [Engine No. 1. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:4 [Engine No. 1, Lyon. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:5 Engine "2", Ormsby. V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. In Tallac Woods.

 

:6 Canadian Pacific Railway's western end was constructed by the American firm of D. O. Mills & Company, headed by Darius Ogden Mills of Virginia & Truckee fame. Mills gave financial backing to Andrew Onderdonk, who obtained the contracts for building 212 miles of the road from the terminal at Port Moody, near present-day Vancouver, to Savona's Ferry, British Columbia. Onderdonk obtained a second-hand locomotive from the Virginia & Truckee Railroad to use in construction and this engine became Canadian Pacific Railway No.1, named the YALE. She was a 2-6-0 built by the Union Iron Works of San Francisco in 1869 as Virginia & Truckee's No.3, the STOREY. The engine was landed at Emory, B. C., in the autumn of 1880; this photo shows her at Keefer, B. C. in 1885. After the road was completed, she was sent east to the Intercolonial Railway, later passed into the hands of the Canadian National, and was scrapped in 1920. She was the 13th engine built by Booth's Union Iron Works, had 16 x 22 inch cylinders and 43 inch drivers. (Courtesy of H. L. Goldsmith.)

 

:6a [Negative.]

 

:6b [Negative.]

 

:7 Crown Point Trestle. [Gold Hill. Engine No. 4. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:8 [Engine No. 4. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:9 Virginia City. [Engine No. 4, Virginia. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 4, Virginia. At Virginia City. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine No. 4, Virginia. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 4, Virginia. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:13 Virginia. [Engine No. 4, Virginia. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:13a [Negative.]

 

:13b [Negative.]

 

:14 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine No. 4] Virginia.

 

:15 [Engine No. 4, Virginia. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 9. Willett & Burr Contractors.]

 

:17 No. 9 at Auburn, California. [Willett & Burr Contractors.]

 

:18 Canadian Pacific Railway No. 3 was a Baldwin 2-6-0 named the New Westminster. Outshopped in 1870 with builder's number 2198, she was originally Virginia & Truckee's No. 8, named the Humboldt. She had 16 x 24 inch cylinders, 48 inch drivers, and weighed 55,000 pounds. The Mogul was acquired for the Mills-Onderdonk contracts in British Columbia in May, 1882, and upon completion was taken east, where she became Intercolonial Railway No. 189. In 1913 she became Canadian government Railways No. 1024 and was scrapped in 1918. This photo shows her at Hope, B. C. in 1885. Two other Baldwin Moguls from the Virginia & Truckee came north to the C. P. R. construction in 1883; the V. & T. No. 5, named Carson, became C. P. R. No. 4, the Savona, while the former V. & T. No. 7, the Nevada?, was assigned C. P. R. No. 5 and renamed the Lytton. (Courtesy of H. L. Goldsmith)

 

:19 Willett & Burr No. 9, Ex V. & T. R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 9.

 

:20 [Engine No. 9. Willett & Burr Contractors.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 11, Reno. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:23 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:26 Gold Hill, 6/4/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:27 "Ready to Go." Virginia, Nev. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:28 7/17/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 12. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Duplicate of 91:47.]

 

:39 Virginia City. [Engine No. 12. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:40 At Carson City, 92 [i.e. 1892]. From negative of Frederic Shaw. [Engine No. 12. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:41 Carson City, July, 38 [i.e. 1938]. From negative of Frederic Shaw. [Engine No. 12. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:42 [Engine No. 15. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 13. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:44 The Virginia and Truckee No. 13, the Empire, 2-6-0 type. [Built by] Baldwin, 1873. 35 tons; 48 16/24; Cost $15,250. No. changed to 15 in 1881. Sold to Pacific Portland Cement Co. Number changed to 501. Taken at Gerlach, Nevada in 1925.

 

:45 [Engine No. 13, Empire. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:46 No. 14. [ Esmeralda. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:47 Oregon & Southeastern R.R. Engine 3, built by Schenectady in 1870. Copy of an original in my collection -- W. A. Anderson. V. & T. [i.e. Vi rginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 16.

 

:48 Carbon copy. [Engine No. 17. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:49 Back in the 80's. This picture was taken on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad back in the early 80's. [Engine No. 18.]

 

:50 All that is left of Virginia & Truckee No. 17. Carson City, Nevada, July 1938.

 

:51 No. 17. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:51a [Negative.]

 

:51b [Negative.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 18. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:53 [Engine No. 18. Snow plow. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Duplicate of 92:55.]

 

:54 Virginia & Truckee. Built by C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] at Sacramento 1872. [Engine No. 18.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 18. Snow plow. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Duplicate of 92:53.]

 

:56 Old V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee] Engine No. 19. Verdi Lbr. Co. Eng. No. 1.

 

:57 [Engine No. 20, Tahoe. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:58 Carson City, July 38 [i.e. 1938]. From negative of Frederick Shaw. [Engine No. 20. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:59 No. 20 & No. 24. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:60 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. [Engine No. 20.]

 

:61 [Engine No. 21, J.W. Bowker. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. Atop Southern Pacific Railroad flat bed car.]

 

:62 [Engine No. 20. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:63 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine] 20, near L.A. 1943.

 

:64 [Engine No. 20. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:65 [Engine No. 21, J.W. Bowker.]

 

:66 Modern Streamliner S.F. 1 & old V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine] No. 21. V. & T. No. 21, J.W. Bowker now belongs to the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Inc., Pacific Coast Chapter. [Post card.]

 

:67 [Engine No. 21. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:68 Emeryville, 1917. [Engine No. 3. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. On flat bed car of Railway & Locomotive Historical Society.]

 

:69 [Engine No. 21. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. At Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:70 [Engine No. 21. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. At Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 3. S.N.W. & L. Co.]

 

:72 [Reproduction of illustration of Engine No. 21, J.W. Bowker, Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:73 [Engine No. 21. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:74 West Alameda (S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific]) shops, Sept. 1st, 38 [i.e. 1938]. From negative of Frederic Shaw.

 

:75 [Engine No. 21. Virginia & Truckee Railroad. At Ferry Building.]

 

:76 Bert Ward. [Engine No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:77 At Virginia City about 80. From negative of Frederic Shaw. [Engine No. 22, Inyo. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:79 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine] 22. At Reno.

 

:80 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] Train & Engine 22.

 

:81 [Engine No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:82 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 22, 4-4-0. Los Angeles.

 

:83 [Engine No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:85 Virginia and Truckee 22 at Los Angeles. Baldwin [builder] 1875.

 

:86 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine] No. 25 at Virginia City, May 1937. [From collection of G.H. Kneiss.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 25. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] At Washoe, Nev., 1919. [From collection of T. Wurm.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 25. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:89 Purchased from U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific] but too heavy for V. & T. and returned. (At Carson City about 1900.) From negative of Frederic Shaw.

 

:90 Virginia and Truckee Railroad. Virginia City, Nevada. Ca. 1924-35. [Engine No. 25.]

 

:91 Carson City, 1905. [Engine No. 25. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:92 Carson City, 5/3/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 23. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:93 [Engine No. 25. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:94 Virginia City, 1936. [Engine No. 25. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 25. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 23. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:98 Possibly V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad].

 

:99 [Engine No. 26.]

 

:100 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:101 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:102 V. & T. 25. With train at Carson City, Nevada. Train for Virginia City.

 

:103 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:104 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 27. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:108 [Virginia & Truckee Railroad engine No. 5, 2-8-0, Carson City, Nevada. Taken June 1, 1947.]

 

:108a [Negative.]

 

:109 Ex V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 5; Ex D.O. Mills No. 4, Savona; Ex Int'col [i.e. Intercolonial] Ry. No. 190; Ex Can. Gov. [i.e. Canadian Government] No. 1025; Ex Can. Nat. [i.e. Canadian National] Ry. No. 7083.

 

:110 [Engine No. 191. Intercolonial Railway.]

 

:111 [Engine No. 189. Intercolonial Railway.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 1024. Intercolonial Railway.]

 

:113 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] 22 as U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific Railroad] 41 in the picture "Union Pacific."

 

:114 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] 22 as C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] Jupiter, in the picture "Union Pacific."

 

:115 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] 18 as U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific] 119 in the picture "Union Pacific."

 

:116 Our own Bowker as General McPherson of the U.P.R.R. [i.e Union Pacific Railroad] in the picture "Union Pacific."

 

:117 V and T [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] train at Reno.

 

:118 [Virginia & Truckee Railroad train. Unidentified location.]

 

:119 [Virginia & Truckee Railroad passenger car.]

 

:120 [Virginia & Truckee Railroad passenger car.]

 

:121 V. & T. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 16, Carson City, 5/3/38 [i.e. 1938].

 

:122 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 13. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:123 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 13. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:124 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 13. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:125 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 13. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:126 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 23. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:126a [Negative.]

 

:127 Cab. 82, Sec. 6, Carson City, 5/3/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:128 [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:129 [Construction car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:130 [Club Coach car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:131 [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:132 [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:133 [Car No. 9. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:134 Was used on Va. [i.e. Virginia] City line until end; At Carson [City], Nev.; 7-30-38 [i.e. 1938], Yellow. Now sold.

 

:135 Car 3, Yellow. Kimball [builder], 1869. Sold to movies. Carson, 8-4-36 [i.e. 1936].

 

:136 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] 4 Yellow. Carson, Nev., 8-4-36 [i.e. 1936].

 

:137 Cattlemen's Caboose. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:138 [Passenger car No. 10. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:139 [Passenger car No. 11. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:140 [Passenger car No. 12. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:141 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] car 12 interior. Carson 6/38 [i.e. 1938]. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:142 [Virginia & Truckee railroad car No. 12]

 

:143 [Virginia & Truckee railroad car No. 3] Ex Paul Dulfer, 1933

 

:144 [Virginia & Truckee railroad car No. 11]

 

:145 [Virginia & Truckee railroad car No. 12]

 

:146 [Cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] Carson, 5/3/38

 

:147 Carson, 5/3/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [Enlargement of 92:146.]

 

:148 [Unidentified car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:149 [Car No. 15. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:150 [Car No. 17. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:151 [Car. No. 18. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:152 [Railway Express Agency car No. 18. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:153 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:154 Virginia & Truckee Ry. afternoon train pulling into Carson City from Minden, en route to Reno. Photograph taken July 16, 1946.

 

:154a [Negative.]

 

:155 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:156 [Car No. 18. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:157 [Car. No. 20. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:158 [Car. No. 13. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:159 [Car No. 21. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:160 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 17 and No. 19.

 

:161 [Virginia & Truckee railroad car.]

 

:162 No. 19 & No. 8. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:163 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:164 [Passenger car no. 19. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:165 [Passenger cars No. 11 and No. 12. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:166 Interior of old combination car on V.T.R.R. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. Built 1869. No. 15, 1934, Carson City.

 

:167 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:168 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:169 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad]. Interior of car. Carson, Nev. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:170 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:171 [Construction car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:172 [Interior, passenger car. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:173 Motor car number 22. Steamboat S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Lines.

 

:174 [Motor car No. 99. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:175 [Motor car No. 99. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:176 Yellow, motor by White, 1926. Carson, Nevada, 2-14-37 [i.e. 1937]. Cost $4343. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:177 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:178 [United States Mail Railway Post Office car No. 22. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:179 [Motor car No. 99. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:180 1934. [Motor car No. 23. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:180a [Negative.]

 

:181 [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:182 [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:183 [Car No. 9. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:184 [Car No. 10. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:185 [Construction cars. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:186 [Car No. 9. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:187 Yellow. Kimball [builder], 1872. Carson, Nevada, 6-26-38 [i.e. 1938]. Sold to movies. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:188 Wood car No. 56. Carson, Nevada, 6-11-38 [i.e. 1938]. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:189 Red. Carson, Nev. 7-11-39 [i.e. 1939]. [Virginia & Truckee Railroad.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:190 Red. Carson, Nevada, 2-26-39 [i.e. 1939]. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:191 [Freight car No. 52. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:192 [Caboose No. 24. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:193 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:196 [Engine No. 26. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:197 [Engine No. 26, on fire in engine house. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:198 [Engine No. 26, after fire in engine house. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:199 [Engine No. 26, after fire in engine house. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:200 [Engine No. 26, after fire in engine house. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:200a [Negative.]

 

:201 V. & T. Eng. 25 and train arriving in Carson City, Aug. 1, 1937. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 25. Snow plow. Virginia & Truckee Railroad.]

 

:203 [Reproduction of Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company 1000 dollar bound.]

 

:203a [Negative.]

 

:203b [Negative.]

 

:203c [Negative.]

 

:203d [Negative.]

 

:204 [Negative.]

Volumes 93-94.

Subseries 11: Western Pacific Railroad. Ca. 1905-1965

Physical Description: 521 Photographs.
 

Volume 93: Western Pacific Railroad -- Locomotives, Equipment, Subsidiaries

 

:1 [Route map, Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 [Engine No. 122. Rio Grande Western Railroad.]

 

:3 [Engine No. 122. Rio Grande Western Railroad.]

 

:4 D. & R.G.R.R. [i.e. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad]. Used in construction of Western Pacific Railroad.

 

:5 Oroville. [Engine No. 2. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 [Engine No. 3. Grant Brothers Construction Company.]

 

:7 W.P. Ry. Eng. [i.e. Western Pacific Railway Engine] No. 1 when she first arrived.

 

:8 [Engine No. 1. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 1. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 2. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine No. 3. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 3. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 [Engine No. 4. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Engine No. 4. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 [Engine No. 5. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 6. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 7. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 8. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Engine No. 9. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 10. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 11. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 12. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 [Engine No. 13. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 13. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 13. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 14. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 15. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 [Engine No. 16. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 17. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 18. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 19. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 19. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 19. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 21. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 22. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 22. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 22. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 23. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 24. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 24. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 [Engine No. 25. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 [Engine No. 26. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 26. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 [Engine No. 27. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 [Engine No. 27. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 [Engine No. 27. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Engine No. 28. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 [Engine No. 29. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 [Engine No. 29. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 [Engine No. 30. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 31. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 32. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Engine No. 33. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 33. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 34. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 34. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 35. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 36. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 37. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Engine No. 38. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 [Engine No. 39. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 [Engine No. 40. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 [Engine No. 41. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 [Engine No. 41. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 [Engine No. 42. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 [Engine No. 43. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 [Engine No. 44. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:68 [Engine No. 45. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 [Engine No. 45. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Engine No. 46. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 47. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Engine No. 48. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 [Engine No. 49. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 50. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 [Engine No. 51. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Engine No. 51. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 52. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 52. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Engine No. 53. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 54. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 54. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 56. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 56. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 57. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Engine No. 58. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 [Engine No. 59. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 60. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 61. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 61. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 61. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 [Engine No. 59. Western Pacific Railroad. Stockton. April, 1939.] [Photograph by R.C. Moulton.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 62. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 [Engine No. 62. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 63. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 64. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 64. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 65. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 [Engine No. 71. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 [Engine No. 71. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 [Engine No. 72. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Engine No. 72. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 73. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 [Engine No. 74. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 [Engine No. 75. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 76. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 77. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 78. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 78. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 79. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Engine No. 80. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Engine No. 80. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 81. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 81. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 82. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Engine No. 83. Western Pacific Railroad.] At Reno, 5/31 [i.e. 1931].

 

:116 [Engine No. 83. Western Pacific Railroad.] At Reno, 5/31 [i.e. 1931].

 

:117 [Engine No. 83. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Engine No. 84. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 85. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [Engine No. 85. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 86. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 87. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 88. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 89. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] No. 89, 4-6-0, Oakland, Cal.

 

:126 [Engine No. 90. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 91. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 92. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 93. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 93. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 93. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 94. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Engine No. 94? Western Pacific Railroad. Group portrait, Owl Drug Co. Picnic excursion.]

 

:134 [Engine No. 94. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 95. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 [Engine No. 96. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 [Engine No. 96. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 [Engine No. 97. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 [Engine No. 98. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 99. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 99. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 At Oakland, 8/17/49 [i.e. 1949]. [Engine No. 100. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Engine No. 101. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 101. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 101. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Engine No. 102. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 102. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 [Engine No. 103. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 104. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 Western Pacific R.R. No. 104, built by American Locomotive Co. (Dunkirk Works) in 1909. Cylinders 21" x 26"; Drivers 67 in.: T. F. 29,100-lb.; W. P. 200-lb. Photo taken at Oroville, Cal., Sept. 1935 by D. L. Joslyn. 1935.

 

:151 San Jose, 1959. [Engine No. 104. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Engine No. 105. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 106. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 121. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 This engine 325 W.P. hit a slide in canyon and went down into the river near Tunnel 10. Engineer Patee & fireman killed. [Engine No. 121. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 122. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 122. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 122. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 124. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 124. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 Western Pacific R.R. No. 122, 4-6-0, built by Richmond Loco. Wks. in 1896. Was formerly No. 2 of the Alameda & San Joaquin R.R. and was taken over by the W.P.R.R. when they bought the A. & S. J. R. R. Photo taken at Stockton, Calif. by D. L. Joslyn, in 1934.

 

:162 Western Pacific R.R. No. 124, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1882. Was formerly Boca & Loyalton R.R. No. 5. It is now stationed at Stockton, Calif. to haul the wrecker. Taken at Stockton, Calif. by D. L. Joslyn in 1934.

 

:163 [Engine No. 125. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 West Oakland, 7/16/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 177. Western Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 93:168.]

 

:165 W. Oakland, 7/16/38 [i.e. 1938]. [Engine No. 171. Western Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 93:169.]

 

:166 [Engine No. 171. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 172. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 171. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Engine No. 171. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 W.P. Ry. [i.e. Western Pacific Railway] Eng. No. 172, Oroville Roundhouse, 6-37 [i.e. 1937?], clouds.

 

:171 [Engine No. 173. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 [Engine No. 174. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Engine No. 175. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 176. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 176. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 177. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Engine No. 178. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Engine No. 178. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 179. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 [Engine No. 180. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 180. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 201. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 202. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 205. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Engine No. 206. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 [Engine No. 207. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 208. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 209. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 210. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] Mallet, 2-8-8-2. [Engine No. 252.]

 

:191 [Number not used.]

 

:192 Western Pacific R.R. No. 323, 2-8-2, built by American Locomotive Co., (Dunkirk Works), in 1924. Cylinder 28" x 30"; Drivers 63 in., T. F. 71,300-lb. (with booster); W.P. 190-lb. Photo taken at Oroville, Cal., Sept. 1935 by D. L. Joslyn. 1935.

 

:193 Western Pacific R.R. No. 206, 2-6-6-2, built by American Locomotive Co., (Dunkirk Works), in 1924. Cyl. 23 ½" & 37" x 32"; Drivers 57 in.: T. F. 80,000-lb.; W. P. 200-lb. Used out of Oroville, Cal. over the Feather River Pass of the Sierra Nevada Mts. D. L. Joslyn collection. 1935.

 

:193a [Engine No. 306. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 308. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 314. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 [Engine No. 319. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 [Engine No. 320. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 [Engine No. 322. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 Western Pacific Railroad No. 334, 2-8-2, built by American Locomotive Co., (Schenectady Works) in 1929. Cyl. 28" x 30"; Drivers 63 in.; T. F. 71,3000-lb. (with booster); W. P. 190-lb. Allen Photo Service. 1935.

 

:200 [Engine No. 334. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 [Engine No. 325. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 401. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Engine No. 402. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Engine No. 403. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 [Engine No. 404. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 405. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 [Engine No. 406. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 [Engine No. 407. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 [Engine No. 481. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Engine No. 482. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 [Engine No. 483. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 [Engine No. 484. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 [Engine No. 484. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 [Engine No. 485. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 [Engine No. 486. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 Western Pacific R.R. No. 10, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1906. Taken at Reno Nevada in 1933. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:217 Western Pacific R.R. No. 31, 2-8-0, built by American Locomotive Co. in 1909. Photo taken at Sacramento, Calif. in 1933. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:218 Western Pacific R.R. No. 81, 4-6-0, built by Alco-Dunkirk in 1909. Cyl. 21" x 26"; Driv. 67 in. T. F. 29,100- lb. W.P. 200-lb. Taken at Sacramento, Cal. 1935. D. L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:219 Western Pacific R.R. No. 26, 2-8-0. Built by American Loco. Co. in 1909. Cyl. 22" x 30"; Driv. 57 in.; T. F. 43,300-lb.; W. P. 200-lb. Taken at Oakland, Cal. Roundhouse. R. D. Graves photo, 1935.

 

:220 Western Pacific R.R. No. 83, 4-6-0. Built by Alco-Dunkirk in 1909. Dimensions same as No. 81 [cf. 93:218]. Taken at West Oakland, Cal., 1935. R.D. Graves photo.

 

:221 [Engine No. 151. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 [Engine No. 152. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 [Engine No. 151. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:224 [Engine No. 152. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 [Engine No. 152. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 [Engine No. 153. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 [Engine No. 153. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Engine No. 153. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 154. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 [Engine No. 154. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 [Engine No. 155. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:232 [Engine No. 156. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 [Engine No. 156. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 [Engine No. 156. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 [Engine No. 157. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 [Engine No. 158. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 [Engine No. 159. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:238 [Engine No. 160. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 [Engine No. 161. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Engine No. 162. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 163. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 164. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 165. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 166. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 7. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 Western Pacific R.R. No. 7, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1906. Cyl. 22" x 30"; Drivers 57 in.; T.F. 43,300-lb.; W.P. 200-lb. Allen Photo Service. 1935. [Reno, Nevada. June, 1931.]

 

:247 Reno. [Engine No. 11. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 Western Pacific R.R. No. 10, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1906. Cyl. 22" x 30"; Drivers 57 in.; T. F. 43,300-lb.; W.P. 200-lb. Photo taken at Reno, Nev. in 1935. W. S. Keefe photo. 1935.

 

:249 Western Pacific R.R. No. 25, 2-8-0, built by American Locomotive Co., (Schenectady Works), in 1909. Cyl. 22" x 30"; Drivers 57 in.; T.F. 43,300-lb.; W.P. 200-lb. Photo taken at Oroville, Cal., Sept. 1935 by D. L. Joslyn. 1935.

 

:250 Western Pacific R.R. No. 34, 2-8-0, built by American Locomotive Co., (Schenectady Works), in 1909. Same dimensions as W.P. No. 25 [cf. 93:249]. Photo taken at Oroville, Cal., 1935 by D. L. Joslyn. 1935.

 

:251 Western Pacific R.R. No. 56, 2-8-0, built by American Locomotive Co., (Schenectady Works), in 1909. Cyl. 22" x 30"; Drivers 57 in.; T. F. 43,300-lb.; W.P. 200-lb. Taken at Oroville, Cal., Sept. 1935 by D. L. Joslyn. 1935.

 

:252 Western Pacific R.R. No. 60, 2-8-0, built by American Locomotive Co., (Schenectady Works), in 1909. Same dimensions at W.P. No. 56 [cf. 93:251]. Taken at Oroville, Cal., Sept. 1935 by D. L. Joslyn. 1935.

 

:253 W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] 56 as built. Taken at Elko, Nevada, 1910.

 

:254 [Engine No. 49. Western Pacific Railroad. 2-8-0; Cyl. 22 x 30; Wheel 57 in.; Press 200 lb.; T.F. 43,300-lb. Alco Schenectady builder. Photograph taken at Oakland terminal by R. Wilkins Demoro, November 1931(?).]

 

:255 [Engine No. 77. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 15. Western Pacific Railroad. Photograph by R.C. Moulton. Taken July, 1940, Utah.]

 

:257 [Engine No. 96. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 Western Pac. [i.e. Western Pacific]. Reno, Nev. June 1931. [Engine No. 83.] [Photograph by L. S. Slevin.]

 

:259 [Engine No. 42. Western Pacific Railroad. Photograph by R.C. Moulton. Taken June, 1939, at Sacramento.]

 

:260 Western Pac. [i.e Western Pacific]. Reno, Nev. May, 1931.

 

:261 Test cars. [Western Pacific Railroad?]

 

:262 Crate car. W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 [Engine No. 505. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 [Engine No. 551. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 [Engine No. 555. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 705 at San Jose, 7/5/55 [i.e. 1955]. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 713 at Milpitas, 7/5/55 [i.e. 1955]. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 [Engine No. 803. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 [Engine No. 803. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 San Jose, 7/5/55 [i.e. 1955]. [Engine No. 802A. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 Western Pacific R.R. combination Baggage-Smoking car No. 402 and caboose No. 743. Taken at Reno, Nev. in 1935 by W. S. Keefe.

 

:272 [Car No. 402. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Car No. 402. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Western Pacific train car Nos. 790, 766, 726] at San Jose, 2/5/55

 

:275 [Maintenance of Way car No. 0584. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 Weed killing. [Chipman Chemical Company train.]

 

:277 At Bidwell. First Western Pacific train running east from Oroville, California, May 17, 1908. [Group portrait of passengers.]

 

:278 First Western Pacific Train into Oakland, California. [August 22, 1910.]

 

:279 First Train. [i.e. First Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. Engine No. 92. August 22, 1910].

 

:280 [Engine No. 92. Western Pacific Railroad. First W.P.R.R. train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:281 [Scene of arrival of Engine No. 92, first Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:282 [Scene of arrival of Engine No. 92, first Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:283 [Scene of arrival of Engine No. 92, first Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:284 [Scene of arrival of Engine No. 92, first Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:285 [Scene of arrival of Engine No. 92, first Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:286 First train, Estuary [Oakland]. [Engine No. 92. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 [Scene of arrival of Engine No. 92, first Western Pacific Railroad train to arrive at Oakland station. August 22, 1910.]

 

:288 West Oakland. Wreck of engine no. 18

 

:289 [Engine No. 43. Western Pacific Railroad. After wreck.]

 

:290 [Engine No. 45. Western Pacific Railroad. After wreck.]

 

:291 [Engine No. 83. Western Pacific Railroad. Wreck scene.]

 

:292 [Engine No. 83. Western Pacific Railroad. Wreck scene.]

 

:293 [Engine No. 83. Western Pacific Railroad. Wreck scene.]

 

:294 S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. [Engine No. 3. Grant Brothers Construction Co.]

 

:295 Construction of Western Pacific. Oakland Mole.

 

:296 Construction of Western Pacific in Altamont Pass.

 

:297 View of the Tesla Coal Mine at Tesla, Alameda County.

 

:298 At Tesla. [Engine No. 1. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 8. Alameda and San Joaquin Railroad.]

 

:300 Alameda and San Joaquin R.R. No. 1, Cyl. 18" x 24"; Driv. 57 in. Photo taken of engine at Tracy, Cal., after being converted to an oil burner. This engine later became Western Pacific R.R. No. 181 (?) and in 1934 was partly dismantled at the W.P.R.R. shops at Sacramento. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:301 [Engine No. 2. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:302 Alameda & San Joaquin Ry. Eng. 1 at Coal bunker at Tesla.

 

:303 [Engine No. 1, Tidewater Southern.]

 

:303a [Negative.]

 

:304 [Engine No. 2. Sierra Valley Railroad.]

 

:305 Sierra Valley No. 3. [From collection of G.H. Kneiss.]

 

:306 Feather River Railroad. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:307 [Negative.]

 

:308 [Negative.]

 

Volume 94: Western Pacific Railroad -- Stations and Scenes -- Sacramento Northern

 

:1 [Reproduction of cover, Time table 1. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:2 [Reproduction of page 1, Time table 1. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:3 [Reproduction of page 2, Time table 1. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:4 [Reproduction of page 3, Time table 1. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of page 4, Time table 1. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of page 5, Time table 1. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:7 [Reproduction of cover, Time table 4. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:8 [Reproduction of page 1, Time table 4. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:9 [Reproduction of page 2, Time table 4. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:10 [Reproduction of page 3, Time table 4. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:11 [Reproduction of page 4, Time table 4. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:12 [Reproduction of page 5, Time table 4. Western Pacific Railway Company.]

 

:13 Division Street Tower. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 San Francisco, North Portal. (Since closed.) [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 South Portal. [San Francisco. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [South Portal, San Francisco. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 Western Pacific Railway Mole. [Oakland.]

 

:18 Str. Dauntless. [At Western Pacific Railway Mole, Oakland.]

 

:19 West Oakland. [Unidentified engine. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 West Oakland. [Unidentified engine. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 Round House, foot of Adeline St., West Oakland. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21a [Lacking.]

 

:22 Western Pacific Freight Office, Oakland.

 

:23 3rd [i.e. Third] and Broadway, Oakland. [Engine No. 78. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 3rd [i.e. Third] and Washington, Oakland. [Engine No. 75? At station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 Western Pacific Depot, Oakland, California.

 

:26 3rd [i.e. Third] and Washington. [Station. Oakland. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Fruitvale station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 [San Leandro station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Hayward station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 San Lorenzo. [Engine No. 803. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 Near Deloro. [Tracks, Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 Formerly Niles. [Fremont station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Fremont station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Niles station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 Virginia & Truckee No. 12. 5/49 [i.e. 1949]. [At Niles station.]

 

:36 Niles (Fremont) Overpass. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 [Niles station tower.]

 

:38 Irvington. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 Milpitas. 7/55 [i.e. 1955]. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 V. & T. [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad], Milpitas. 5/1/49 [i.e. 1949].

 

:41 [Milpitas station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 San Jose. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 San Jose, 7/55 [i.e. 1955]. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 San Jose. [Former turntable and engine house.]

 

:45 San Jose. [Western Pacific Freight Depot.]

 

:46 Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 Tunnel No. 1, Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:49 Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 Niles Canyon. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:53 W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] Depot, Sunol, Cal.

 

:54 Pleasanton. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 Pleasanton. Anthony and Don Howe. 6/50 [i.e. 1950]. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 Pleasanton. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 Pleasanton. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Livermore station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 [Livermore station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 Livermore [train station. Western Pacific No. 89]

 

:61 Altamont Pass. [Tidewater Southern train.]

 

:62 [Western Pacific Railroad trestle. Altamont Pass.]

 

:63 Altamont Pass. [Western Pacific Railroad train.]

 

:64 [Altamont station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 Altamont Pass, underpass, Southern Pacific. [Western Pacific Railroad train.]

 

:66 Altamont Pass Tunnel. East Portal. Tunnel No. 3. April 1964. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 [Carbona station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:68 Tracy. [Carbona station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 Lyoth. (Lathrop.) [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Stockton station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 Kingdon. 8/28/55 [i.e. 1955]. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Thornton station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 Thermal. [Bridge. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 Sacramento. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 Sacramento. [Station under construction. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Marysville station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 Western Pacific passenger depot, Oroville, Calif.

 

:78 R.R. Depot at Oroville, Calif. J.H. Eastman. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Oroville station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Oroville station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 Relocated Line. Feather River Bridge. Oroville, 1964. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 Feather River Bridge, Oroville. Sept. 1964. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 Cherokee road overpass. Oroville. 1964. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 Loop near Cherokee. New Line. 1965. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 Near Cherokee. On loop east of Oroville. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 "California Zephyr," near Cherokee, 1965. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] & Highway 70 Bridge. West branch Feather River. 1964. W.P.R.R. lower ...[illegible].

 

:88 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] & H.W. 70 bridge across west branch of Feather River. Lk. east. 1964.

 

:89 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] & H.W. 70 bridge across west branch of Feather River. Lk. east. 1964.

 

:90 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] & Hy. 70 bridge. West branch of Feather River. Lk. Lk. [sic] east.

 

:91 West branch of Feather River. W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] & Hy. 70 bridge. Lk. west.

 

:92 Feather River Canyon. Bridge and tunnel at intake. Where old and new line meet. Old line at curve to left. April 1964. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 Tunnel and concrete bridge (new line) at intake on Feather River. Taken from Observation Room on "California Zephyr." April 1964. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 Las Plumas. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 "Intake." [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 Feather River. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Western Pacific Railroad train. Along Feather River.]

 

:98 [Pulga station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 In the Feather River Canyon, Calif. [Western Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.H. Eastman.]

 

:100 The Pulga Bridges, on the Feather River Highway, Calif. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.H. Eastman.]

 

:100a [Lacking.]

 

:101 Scene on Feather River Highway. [Western Pacific Railroad. Near Pulga?]

 

:101a [Lacking.]

 

:102 At Pulga, in the Feather River Canyon, Calif. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Eastman's Studio.]

 

:103 [Western Pacific Railroad train. Feather River Canyon?]

 

:104 Rock Creek, Cal. W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific]. 7/51 [i.e. 1951].

 

:105 [Belden station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 Along the Feather River Highway, Calif. [Western Pacific Railroad train.] [Photograph by J.H. Eastman.]

 

:107 From Grizzly Dome tunnel, on Feather River Highway, Calif. [Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Eastman's Studio.]

 

:108 [Feather River. Along line of Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 Tunnels. Feather River. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 Near Las Plumas, looking east. [Western Pacific Railroad. Feather River.]

 

:111 [Trestle at Feather River. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 East fork of Feather River near Virgilia, on line of Western Pacific. [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:113 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad] Bridge along the Feather River.

 

:114 Feather River. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 Royal Serpentine Gorge. Feather River Canon. On line of Western Pacific Railroad.

 

:116 Near Belden. On the trail to the north fork, Feather River. Ben Lomond Mt., Western Pacific. [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:117 Paxton. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Western Pacific Railroad train.]

 

:119 Bieber Branch. [Crescent Mills station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [Greenville station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [Crescent Mills station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Greenville station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 Clear Creek Junction, Bieber Branch. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 Halls Flat, Bieber Branch. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Halls Flat station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Keddie station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Keddie station, far right. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Keddie station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 Keddie. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Spanish Creek station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 Keddie Y. [Trestles and tunnel. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131a [Lacking.]

 

:132 Keddie Y. [Trestles. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Keddie Y. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 Bieber Branch. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Western Pacific Railroad train on trestle.]

 

:136 [Quincy Junction. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 Williams Loop. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 [Williams Loop. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 Williams Loop construction. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 Western Pacific Railroad in Feather River Canyon. [Photograph by Eastman's Studio.]

 

:141 Williams Loop. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 Williams Loop. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Williams Loop. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad.] Feather River. [Williams Loop.]

 

:145 [Spring-Garden train station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Spring-Garden train station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Sloat station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 [Feather River Inn. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 [Blairsden station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Illegible]... W.P. Ry. [i.e. Western Pacific Railway]. Clio, Cal. Height 176 ft.

 

:151 W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] Depot, Portola, Calif. [Post card.]

 

:152 Portola, Cal. [Western Pacific Railroad station, center.] [Post card.]

 

:153 W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] Yard. Portola, Calif. [Post card.]

 

:154 Rail yards. Portola, Calif. [Western Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:155 Portola. [Western Pacific Railroad train.]

 

:156 [Portola yards. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Portola station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Portola station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Hawley station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Chilcoot station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] at Hawley, Cal.; Wide Wide World Prog.; 3/25/58 [i.e. 1958].

 

:162 Sierra Valley, Hawley Cal. on W.P.R.R. [i.e. Western Pacific Railroad]. Wide Wide World Program, 3/25/58 [i.e. 1958].

 

:163 Loyalton. [Station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Reno Junction station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 Stock Yards and Station, Doyle, Cal. [Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 [Doyle station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166a [Lacking.]

 

:167 Reno. [Freight and Passenger Office, Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 [Gerlach station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Trego station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 [Sacramento Northern car No. 40.]

 

:171 Northern Electric Railway - Standard 56-foot Passenger Coach.

 

:171a [Lacking.]

 

:172 Sacramento Northern. [Engine No. 661.]

 

:173 [Unidentified trains at Roundhouse.]

 

:174 [Unidentified trains in yard.]

 

:175 [Oakland and Antioch passenger car No. 1001.]

 

:176 Northern Electric Railway -- Locomotive with Freight Train.

 

:177 S.F. & Sacramento R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and Sacramento Railroad].

 

:178 [San Francisco - Sacramento Railroad. Electric car No. 1007.]

 

:179 Sacramento Northern R.R. Depot. Colusa, California.

 

:180 Sacramento Northern. [Engine No. 1016.]

 

:181 Onerville Trolley on Hartz Ave. Danville, California. [San Francisco-Sacramento Railroad.]

 

:182 [Sacramento Northern car No. 107.]

 

:183 40th [i.e. Fortieth] & Shafter, Oakland. [Sacramento Northern train.]

 

:184 [Ticket Office, Railway Express Agency. Sacramento Northern Railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:185 Northern Electric Depot, Sacramento, Cal.

 

:186 Northern Electric. Chico Cal.

 

:187 Sacramento Northern Ry. Bridge at Lake Temescal, Oakland, Cal.

 

:188 Sac. Nor. [i.e. Sacramento Northern Railway]. Redwood Canyon.

 

:189 Sac. Nor. [i.e. Sacramento Northern Railway]. Redwood Canyon.

 

:190 Sacramento Northern R.R. Moraga station.

 

:191 Sacramento Northern R.R., Father John B. McGloin, S.J. And his father Daniel. [St. Mary's College station, abandoned.]

 

:192 [Concord station. Western Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 Approaching Mallard. [Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:194 Ferry San Ramon. [Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:195 Ferry Ramon. [Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:196 Ferry Landing, Mallard. [Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:197 Mallard. [Ferry Landing. Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:198 Pittsburg. [Station. Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:199 Mallard. [Ferry landing. Sacramento Northern Railroad.]

 

:200 [Molena.] S.N. Ry. [i.e. Sacramento Northern Railway].

 

:201 S.-N. Ry. [i.e. Sacramento Northern Railway], Rio Vista Junction.

 

:201a [Lacking.]

 

:202 Sacramento Northern. [Fremont station.]

 

:203 [Reproduction of advertisement for Northern Electric Railway Co. and Sacramento & Woodland R.R.]

 

:204 First car of the Sacramento and Woodland, in Woodland. July 3, 1912.

 

:205 Northern Electric, Sacramento. [From collection of Ken Kidder.]

 

:206 D Street, Marysville, Cal. [Unidentified electric car.]

 

:207 Marysville. [Unidentified electric cars.]

 

:208 Marysville. [Unidentified electric cars.]

 

:209 Electric trains. On lines of Oakland, Antioch and Eastern Railway.

 

:210 Sacto. [i.e. Sacramento] Northern. [Electric train.]

 

:211 [Sacramento Northern Railroad electric train. Photograph by McCurry Foto Co.]

 

:212 West Entrance of Tunnel. On line of Oakland, Antioch and Eastern Railway.

 

:213 Sacramento. [Northern Electric Railway cars.]

 

:214 Shafter Avenue, Oakland. S.N. Ry. [i.e. Sacramento Northern Railway].

Volume 96.

Subseries 12: Various non-California Railroads. Ca. 1860-ca. 1940

Physical Description: 237 Photographs.
 

Volume 96: Various Non-California Railroads

 

:1 [Lacking.]

 

:2 Bellingham Bay and British Columbia. No. 2. Baldwin -- no data. Later this engine was rebuilt to 2-6-0 with tender but retained the saddle tank. Sold to the C.M. & St. P. R.R. Scrapped prior to 1921. Taken at Bellingham, Wash. [i.e. Washington] about 1902.

 

:3 Going to Howe & Rade Lum. Co. over Milwaukee und. own steam. Blt. 1851. No. 1 B.B.B.C. [i.e. Bellingham Bay & British Columbia]. Maple Val., Wash. [i.e. Washington], Apr. 1921.

 

:4 [Engine No. 2. South Sebastiao.]

 

:5 [Engine Alert, Clendon Iron Co.]

 

:6 [Engine, Millwood Coal & Coke Co.]

 

:7 [Engine No. 6. Porter Bell and Company.]

 

:8 [Engine No. 1, Atabaia. ...Gyana Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine Tlalnepantla. ...& Cuautitlan Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 2, James P. Michellon. ...& Mt. Ephraim Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine Choctaw. ...Ft. S. & G. Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 11, unidentified railroad.]

 

:13 [Engine Sparta. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:14 [Engine R. H. Rosborough. ...& St. Louis Railroad.]

 

:15 [St. L.C. Co. freight car. June 4, 1904.]

 

:16 [St. L.C. Co. freight car. June 4, 1904.]

 

:17 Engine 192, Nar. Gauge. [Central Vermont Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 2, unidentified railroad.]

 

:19 Engine 245. Boston & Maine.

 

:20 Pay Car. [Engine No. 1. Boston & Maine.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 57, Memnon. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 25, unidentified railroad.]

 

:23 [Engine No. 217. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

 

:24 B. & O. [i.e. Baltimore and Ohio.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:25 B. & O. [i.e. Baltimore and Ohio.] No. 170, Ross Winan's Camel. Built by Ross Winans at Mt. Clare Shops 1853. [Postcard.]

 

:26 B. & O. [i.e. Baltimore and Ohio] No. 177. Ross Winan's Camel. [Post card.]

 

:27 B. & O. [i.e. Baltimore and Ohio] No. 217, Ross Winan's Camel. At the New York World's Fair, 1940. Cyls. 19" x 22". Prs. 50", B.P. -115 [pounds]. Blt. Mt. Clare Shops 1869. The only one of this type preserved by B. & O.R.R. [Post card.]

 

:28 B. & O. [i.e. Baltimore and Ohio] No. 227, Ross Winan's Camel. [Post card.]

 

:29 Monon Depot, Puddle Street.

 

:30 C.R.R. of N.J. Peewit. D - C & Co. bldg., 1860. Sold to So. Side R.R., 1868. John Beggs in cab.

 

:31 Wharf Bijou Cal. Unloading logs, L.V.R.R. [i.e. Lehigh Valley Railroad].

 

:32 L.V.R.R. [i.e. Lehigh Valley Railroad]. Bijou, Cal.

 

:33 Eng. No.1, Santa Cruz, on bridge at Bijou, Lake Tahoe.

 

:34 [Great Western Railway No. 88, Geo. Smith. England.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 87, Wm. Weir. Great Western Railway, England.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 6151. Canadian Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 Can. Pac. [i.e. Canadian Pacific]. [Engine No. 666.] [From collection of L. S. Slevin.]

 

:38 Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, Locomotive No. 1. [ Montezuma.]

 

:39 Narrow-gauge (3-ft.) Passenger Locomotive. Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the Denver & Rio Grande Railway. [Reproduction of illustration of Engine No. 1, Montezuma.]

 

:40 [Denver & Rio Grande No. 13, Mosca.]

 

:41 On the summit of Veta Pass [Colorado]. Alt. 9400 ft.

 

:42 D. & R.G. [i.e. Denver and Rio Grande] 227.

 

:43 D. & R.G. [i.e. Denver and Rio Grande]. Near Chama, N. [i.e. New] Mexico, 1907. [Engine No. 206.]

 

:44 D. & R.G. [i.e. Denver and Rio Grande] 1910. [Engine No. 554.]

 

:45 D.L. & G. [Engine No. 162]

 

:46 U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific]. [Engine No. 207.]

 

:47 [Wreck scene. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:48 [Group portrait at snow plow. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:49 [Snow plow, unidentified railroad.]

 

:50 [Wreck scene. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:51 [Wreck scene. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 476. Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad.] [Salida? Salina?], Colo. [i.e. Colorado], Oct. 1931. [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:53 Old Colo. [i.e. Colorado] Central, W. of Denver in 70's, later owned by U.P., then by Colo. and Southern.

 

:54 [Engine No. 1801. Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad.]

 

:55 D. & R.G.W. [i.e. Denver and Rio Grande Western] 3701. [Actually, engine No. 3704.]

 

:56 Ex N.Y. Elev. [Engine No. 111, Maud.]

 

:57 N. Y. Photo by L. S. Slevin, Carmel, California

 

:58 South Carolina, No. Best Friend, New York World's Fair - July 5, 1939. Replica built by Southern Ry. Operated at the "Railroads on Parade" show. Original built at West Point Foundry, N.Y. City, 1830.

 

:59 D. & H. No. Stourbridge Lion, New York World's Fair, June 15, 1939. Replica built at D. & H. Shops. Operated at the "Railroads on Parade" show. Original built Foster, Rastrick & Co. England, 1829.

 

:59a [Unidentified train. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:60 [Engine, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Original built 1831. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:61 [ Thomas Jefferson, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Original built 1834. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:62 [ Atlantic, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Original built 1832. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:63 [ Atlantic, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Original built 1832. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:64 [ Dewitt Clinton, New York Central Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:65 [ Dewitt Clinton, New York Central Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:66 [ William Galloway. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.]

 

:67 [Unidentified locomotive.]

 

:68 [ Pioneer. C.V.R.R./Pennsylvania Railroad.]

 

:69 [ Pioneer. C.V.R.R./Pennsylvania Railroad.]

 

:70 [ Pioneer. C.V.R.R./Pennsylvania Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine detail of Pioneer, C.V.R.R./Pennsylvania Railroad.]

 

:72 [Baltimore & Ohio No. 25, William Mason]

 

:73 [Engine No. 25, William Mason. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 57, Memnon. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

 

:75 [Engine No. 117, Thatcher Perkins. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

 

:76 Western and Atlantic No. 3, General, at New York Fair, August 1939.

 

:77 [Engine No. 3, General. Western and Atlantic Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine Satilla. Atlantic and Gulf Railroad.]

 

:79 [Engine No. 217, Ross Winans. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 600, J.C. Davis. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939?]

 

:81 Baltimore & Ohio Centenary, Baltimore, Oct. 1927.

 

:82 [Engine No. 545, A.J. Cromwell. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 1310. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 5475. Pennsylvania Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:85 [Engine No. 6501, Philip E. Thomas. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:86 [Engine North Star. Unidentified railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 6000, King George V. Great Western Railway. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 60, Jupiter. Central Pacific Railroad of California. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 119, Wells Fargo Express. Union Pacific Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 119, Wells Fargo Express. Union Pacific Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:91 [Engine No. 119. Union Pacific Railroad. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 60, Jupiter. Central Pacific Railroad of California. At World's Fair, New York, 1939.]

 

:93 [Boiler, unidentified locomotive.]

 

: 94 [Florida East Coast No. 64, at South Jacksonville Florida, March 20, 1924. Cylinders 19 x 24; Drivers 68; B.P. 180 pounds, Weight on drivers 81000; Total weight 151000. Built by Schenectady, December 1905. Construction number 39051. Oil Burner.] [Post card.]

 

:95 Rockport Granite Co., [Polyphemers?] No. 1. Hinkley Loco. Wks. 1879. Mar. 1932.

 

:96 Scottish Central Railway No. 7. An old-time English Engine. The S.C.R. is now part of the L.M.S. Ry. [Post card.]

 

:97 Bristol & Exeter Ry. No. 9, a 4-2-2. An old-timer of England. The B. & E. R. is now part of the Great Western. [Post card.]

 

:98 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway. No. 637, Sunbeam, a 2-4-0 built in 1873. The L. & Y. Ry. is now part of the L.M.S. England. [Post card.]

 

:99 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, Blackburn, 2-4-0. Now part of the L.M.S. Railway. [Post card.]

 

:100 Great Western Ry. The "Down Cornish Express," England. [Post card.]

 

:101 The "Cheltenham Flyer," Great Western Railway. 77 1/4 m. (Swindon to Paddington) 56 m. 47 sec. Average speed 81.6 mi. per hr. [Post card.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 4922, Enville Hall. Great Western Railway.] [Post card.]

 

:103 The "Bristol Express," Great Western Railway. [Post card.]

 

:104 Caledonian Ry. No. 123. This is the Caledonian section of the L.M.S. Ry., Scotland. [Post card.]

 

:105 London, Midland & Scottish Ry., No. 5902, Sir Frank Ree. England and Scotland. [Post card.]

 

:106 London, Midland & Scottish Ry., No. 6161, The King's Own. England and Scotland. This engine and the 5902 pull such trains as the "Royal Scot," "The Night Scot," etc. England and Scotland. They run between London and Edinburg and Glasgow. [Post card.]

 

:107 London, North Eastern Ry. No. 2549, Persimmon. 4-6-2. England. [Post card.]

 

:108 London and North Eastern Ry., 4-6-2, Express engine No. 4472, Flying Scotsman. [Post card.]

 

:109 London, North Eastern Ry. No. 1000. This is one of the first experiences with "steam-lining". The engine was called the " Hush-hush Engine." [Post card.]

 

:110 Great Western Railway No. 4931, Hanbury Hall. 4-6-0. England. [Post card.]

 

:111 Great Western Railway. Locomotive King George V with train from Paddington to Birmingham, England. [Post card.]

 

:112 Great Western Railway No. 3331, Pegasus. 4-4-0. Freight Service. England. [Post card.]

 

:113 Southern Railway No. 850, Lord Nelson. 4-6-0. England. [Post card.]

 

:114 [Unidentified train.]

 

:115 Kenilworth Junction. L.M.S. [i.e. London, Midland & Scottish] Ry. Train dropping electric train staff on single line section. [Post card.]

 

:116 Kenilworth, L.M.S. [i.e. London, Midland & Scottish Railway].

 

:117 [London, Midland & Scottish "Royal Scot."]

 

:118 [London, Midland & Scottish "The Royal Scot."]

 

:119 German State Railways. High-pressure engine No. H O2 1001. [Post card.]

 

:120 [A.E.G. No. 56 2906.]

 

:121 Germany State Rys. Engine 01.003. [Post card.]

 

:122 Dutch State Railways. Engines ready to go out on their runs. [Post card.]

 

:123 Dutch State Railways. Engine No. 1125, Leeuwenhoek. [Post card.]

 

:124 Austrian State Ry. 1908. Old Ajax of Kaiser Ferdinands Nord Bohn. Built 1847. A.S. Ry. No. 210.01. Built 1908.

 

:125 Egypt State Ry. [Engine No. 209.]

 

:126 American Locomotive Works [builder], Schenectady New York, 1926. August 1939. [Engine No. 1. Ferrocarril Nacional De Chiriqui.]

 

:127 Boquette, Chiriqi Province, Panama. August 1939. [Ferrocarril De Chiriqui.]

 

:128 Boquette, Chiriqi Province, Panama. August 1939. American Locomotive Works [builder], Schenectady, N.Y., 1936. [Engine No. 4. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:129 Arthur Tandy. [Montpelier & Barre Railroad.]

 

:130 Dominion Atlantic No. 1. Just a second-hand print. [ Queen Mae.]

 

:131 [Lehigh Valley Railroad Company No. 371, J. H. Wilhelm.]

 

:132 Street Railroad at Albany, Oregon in the "80s."

 

:133 1. Pike's Peak. [Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:134 Manitou & Pikes Peak. [Engine No. 2.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 2. Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:135a Mt. Washington -- on plate -- Manchester Loco. Wks. N.H. 1875. [ Hercules.]

 

:136 Mt. Washington -- on plate -- Manchester Locomotive Works N. H. 1875? [ Hercules.]

 

:137 [Engine No. 1, Stockton. S. & I.R.R.]

 

:138 Denver, South Park & Pacific. [Engine No. 15, Breckenridge.]

 

:139 [Lacking.]

 

:140 [Unidentified locomotive.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:141 [Lacking.]

 

:142 [Unidentified train.]

 

:143 New York, Ontario & Western No. 1. From an old book of 1900.

 

:144 [G.T.R. No. 134.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 144. Eerie Railway.]

 

:146 Boston & Albany. [Engine No. 13.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:147 Cen. Ver. [i.e. Central Vermont Railroad].

 

:148 [Unidentified train.]

 

:149 [Unidentified train.]

 

:150 Erie. [Engine No. 408.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:151 W.N. of N.C., 1860. [ Woodford.]

 

:152 Syracuse, Binghamton & N.Y. -- D.L. & W., Syr. 80. Eng. 56?

 

:153 P. & R. Locomotive No. 1, built by the Company and placed in service in March, 1879. In 1897 it was renumbered 195 and three years later became No. 1201. It was dismantled on December 10, 1903.

 

:154 Colo. [i.e. Colorado] & Southern -- Nar. Gauge -- Denver -- 1909 -- Credit Mr. Ainsworth.

 

:155 [Unidentified train.]

 

:156 Georgetown, Colo. [i.e. Colorado]. 1898. [Georgetown Loop.]

 

:157 Medford Coast Ry. No. 1a. Built by W.H. Bailey. 1878.

 

:158 Medford Coast Ry.

 

:159 [Wm. Crooks engine No. 1. Stage coach alongside train; men with horses; Native American and horse.] [Photograph by Underwood and Underwood.]

 

:160 [Illegible]... & N. 66.

 

:161 An old Heisler engine abandoned near Jamestown, Calif. Photo taken July 7, 1934 by D.L. Joslyn of Sacramento.

 

:162 [Engine No. 2. Gulf Atkinson Co.]

 

:163 Monterey, Cal. Breakwater. Formerly Eng. 6 Mt. Tamalpais Ry. Think 1933. [Engine No. 2. Gulf Atkinson Co.]

 

:164 [Engine No. 22. Colorado & Southern.]

 

:165 Buster Keaton's Train, General, at Cottage Grove, Oregon. [W. & A. R. R.]

 

:166 Fairhaven & Southern No. 2, Schen. [i.e. Schenectady, builder], 1889. Later Gt. Nor. [i.e. Great Northern] No. 1099. Taken at Fairhaven Wash., about 1902.

 

:167 [New York and New England train.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 385. Lehigh Valley Railroad.]

 

:169 [Engine No. 617. Lehigh Valley Railroad.]

 

:170 Central of Peru, No. 13, Santo Domingo. Built by Rogers -- 1870. Taken in Peru in 1873.

 

:171 [Illegible]... Northern of Spain. [Illegible]... reversing rod finely [shaded?] by engineer. Foto taken in 1926 at Valladolid. [Post card.] [Engine No. 1916.]

 

:172 Northern of Spain, No. 1916 -- 1926 taken Valladolid. Andalusion Railway No. 155. Built 1869. Railway built 1862.

 

:173 [Engine No. 73. Madrid y Zaragoza ...] Built in 1862 by Schneider, LeCreusot, France.

 

:174 Catskill Mountain first 4. Schen. [i.e. Schenectady, builder] 1893. Cairo, N.Y. From original 5 x 7 plate. [Post card.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 1422. I.C.R.R. No. 1422.]

 

:176 Oahu, 57. Bald. [i.e. Baldwin, builder] 1896. Honolulu, T. H. 6-17-41 [i.e. 1941].

 

:177 [Engine No. 870. N.Y.C. & H.R.]

 

:178 [Engine No. 999. Empire State Express.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 999. Empire State Express.]

 

:180 [New York Central System, the Rexall train.]

 

:181 [New York Central System, the Rexall train.]

 

:182 [New York Central System, the Rexall train.]

 

:183 [New York Central System, the Rexall train.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 26. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:185 [Engine No. 33. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:186 [Engine No. 240. N.Y.N.H. & H.R.R.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 3. Nevada Northern.]

 

:188 Nevada Northern 40.

 

:189 Nevada Northern Ry. engine No. 40, 4-6-0. Baldwin [builder] 1918. At E. Ely, Nevada, July 9, 1938. [From collection of Al Phelps.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 40. Nevada Northern Railway.]

 

:191 [Unidentified station.]

 

:192 Where the E. & P. [i.e. Eureka & Palisade] crosses the S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] & W.P. [Western Pacific] Railways.

 

:193 Sunday School picnic. Eureka & Palisade R.R. 1902.

 

:194 Sunday School picnic on Eureka & Palisade Railroad, 1902.

 

:195 [Nevada Central Railroad.]

 

:196 Silver State. [Passenger car, unidentified railroad.]

 

:197 [Interior, passenger car. Unidentified railroad.] June 27, 1939.

 

:198 [Interior, passenger car. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:199 Nevada Central, Eng. No. 1, 2-6-0. Baldwin [builder], 1881. Battle Mtn., Nevada, Sept. 38. [From collection of Al Phelps.]

 

:200 Nevada Central, No. 2, 2-6-0. Baldwin [builder] 1881. Battle Mtn., Nevada. [From collection of Al Phelps.]

 

:201 Nevada Central Eng. No. 2, 2-6-0, & scrap train ready to leave Battle Mtn., Nevada, July 12, 38. One of the last trains to run. [From collection of Al Phelps.]

 

:202 Nevada Central Ry. Narrow gauge. Eng. 2. Baldwin [builder] 1881; 2-6-0, 44 14/18 44,000. Battle Mountain, Nevada, Sept. 11, 1931. Still in service. [From collection of W.E. Butler.]

 

:203 Nevada Central No. 2 at Battle Mountain, 1927.

 

:204 Equipment of the Grizzly Flats R.R. Loco. bought from Nevada Central R.R. Car bought from S.P. and was formerly Carson & Colorado car No. 5.

 

:205 [Engine No. 2. Nevada Central Railway.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 5. Nevada Central Railway.]

 

:207 Nevada Central Ry. Eng. no. 5, Baldwin [builder] 1876. Battle Mtn., Nev., September 1938. [From collection of Al Phelps.]

 

:208 [Nevada Central train.]

 

:209 Nevada Central Ry. Eng. No. 6, 2-6-0. Baldwin [builder] 1876. Bought from Nevada Short Line No. 1. Battle Mtn., Nevada. Sept. 1938. [From collection of Al Phelps.]

 

:210 [Nevada Central Railway, baggage and express car.]

 

:211 [Engine No. 1. Nevada Central Railway.]

 

:212 [Engine No. 1. Nevada Central Railway.]

 

:213 [Tracks through mountains. Nevada Central Railway?]

 

:214 [Nevada Central train.]

 

:215 [Nevada Central train.]

 

:216 [Engine No. 2. Nevada Central Railway.]

 

:217 [Engine No. 4. Nevada Central Railway?]

 

:218 [Turntable, abandoned station. Nevada Central Railway.]

 

:219 [Nevada Central train.]

 

:220 [Nevada Central train.]

 

:221 [Lumber train, A.C. Railway.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:222 [Engine No. 1. Nevada Short Line.]

 

:223 [Engine No. 2, Emma Nevada. Grizzly Flats Railroad.]

 

:224 Eureka Northern -- Utah.

 

:225 Eureka Nevada No. 7. Formerly Eureka & Palisade. Taken at San Gabriel where this engine is now in a museum.

 

:226 [Wells Fargo Express car. Unidentified train.]

 

:227 Nev. [i.e. Nevada]. [Engine No. 20. Unidentified railroad.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:228 Mexico. [Engine No. 841. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:229 So. S.F. [i.e. South San Francisco]. [Engine No. 2. Silver Peak Railroad.] [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:230 Silver Peak Railroad at junk yard, South S.F. [i.e South San Francisco], July 1921. [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:231 Las Vegas & Tonopah No. 12. Built by Alco in 1908 (44753). Purchased by the N.W.P. in 1917, and number changed to 129. In 1918, the number was changed to 179. Still in service. J-63 20/28 142. Steam, 200 pounds.

 

:232 [Engine No. 1. Tonopah & Tidewater.]

 

:233 [Engine No. 9. Tonopah & Tidewater.]

 

:234 [Engine No. 10. Tonopah & Tidewater.]

 

:235 [Engine No. N3. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:236 [Engine No. N3. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:237 [Engine No. 6. Unidentified railroad.] No. 10. East Nahcotta, Wash. [i.e. Washington].

 

:238 Eng. [No.] 3, Illwaco Ry. Co. Now abandoned. Taken over by U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific] Railway, 4-4-0. 44 14/18 33,000. Narrow gauge. Baldwin [builder] 1880. July 19, 1931. Ex W.E. Butler.

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