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86 241 'Glenfiddich' (ex E3121, 86508) at Stratford Depot on 11th Feb 1995.

86 241 'Glenfiddich' (ex at Stratford Depot on Feb

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Photo of a Great Northern electric locomotive class built by General Electric. The locomotive was pulling the GN train Glacier Park Limited. Later on, these locomotives were sold to the Pennsylvania Railroad, who labeled them

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“Pennsylvania Railroad's iconic lined up and ready for service at Sunnyside Yard in New York (Queens) circa

USA Trains R20031 G Pennsylvania GG1 Gold Stripes Electric Locomotive

USA Trains R20031 G Pennsylvania GG1 Gold Stripes Electric Locomotive

Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 Electric Locomotive (1943).

The PRR is a class of electric locomotives that was built for the Pennsylvania Railroad for use in the northeastern United States.

Southern Pacific FM H24-66 Train Master diesel electric locomotive # 3035, assigned to train # 140, is seen at the station platform area in San Francisco, California, August 1973

Southern Pacific FM Train Master diesel electric locomotive # assigned to train # is seen at the station platform area in San Francisco, California, August 1973

Remote control electric locomotive compatible thomas track magnetic CHR RRC Express truck NIB. Click visit to buy #RemoteControl #Train

Remote control electric locomotive compatible thomas track magnetic CHR RRC Express truck NIB. Click visit to buy #RemoteControl #Train

Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Locomotive DD1. Steam engines pulling passenger trains bound for Penn Station in New York were cut from trains and replaced with these electric locomotives to run underground into the city. The location of this transfer was called "The Manhattan Transfer".

Crowd standing in front of Penn. car -- the largest electric locomotive in the world, to run through Penn.

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 4879 Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 at Boonton, New Jersey by Carl Perelman

Net Photo: PRR 4879 Pennsylvania Railroad at Boonton, New Jersey by Carl Perelman

Electric locomotive at Acton Town  This shows an example of the class of 20 electric locomotives introduced by the Metropolitan Railway from 1922 onwards. Although they looked like new units, they were in fact drastic rebuilds of earlier stock, with much more powerful motors. They were used for many years before 1961 to haul Metropolitan trains from the City and Baker Street to (originally) Verney Junction and (later) Aylesbury, the electric loco being used as far as Rickmansworth.

History of Acton Town Tube Station in London

Erie Lackawanna EMD E8A diesel electric locomotive # 832, is seen leading two Alco RS3's, while hauling a mixed merchandise freight train at Huntington, Indiana, 10-03-1973

Erie Lackawanna EMD diesel electric locomotive # is seen leading two Alco while hauling a mixed merchandise freight train at Huntington, Indiana,

Union Pacific gas turbine electric locomotive. Designed to replace steam locomotives on a 1:1 basis, (1st generation diesesls were on 4:1 basis) the GTELs were the most powerful locomotives ever built: rated at 8,500 HP burning Bunker C fuel oil

Designed to replace steam locomotives on a basis, generation diesesls were on basis) the GTELs were the most powerful locomotives ever built: rated at HP burning Bunker C fuel oil

transpress nz: General Electric electric locomotive, 1931

The New Haven Railroad served New England for nearly 150 years before disappearing into Penn Central and later Conrail in

Hornby R3065 RailRoad BR Class 06 Shunter 00 Gauge Diesel Electric Locomotive Toys games and fun for all the family

Hornby R3065 RailRoad BR Class 06 Shunter 00 Gauge Diesel Electric Locomotive Toys games and fun for all the family

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