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Eastbound Illinois Zephyr arrives in Galesburg bound for Chicago.

Virginian Electric Locomotive.

Trens e Locomotivas by Daniel Alho / Virginian Railway a class EL-C ignitron rectifier mainline electric locomotive preserved at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.

Erie Lackawanna EMD F7A diesel electric locomotive # 6321, is seen leading two other F units while hauling a mixed merchandise freight train along the mainline at Kent, Ohio, October 1969

Erie Lackawanna EMD diesel electric locomotive # is seen leading two other F units while hauling a mixed merchandise freight train along the mainline at Kent, Ohio, October 1969

List of GE locomotives - Wikipedia

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

The X-1 locomotive was the final version of the gas turbine-electric locomotives, which packed 8500 horsepower. Comparatively, the first experimental version tested in 1949 had 4500 horsepower. The GTELs were noted for their extremely loud jet engine-like sound, whether at idle or full throttle.

UP was the first of thirty generation A B tandem, 8500 hp, Gas Turbine Electric Locomotives ordered from GE in was retired in

Abandoned New York Central diesel-electric locomotive.

~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ Abandoned locomotive # 1390 New York Central System

Streamliners at Spencer: UP 949 Union Pacific EMD E9(A) at Spencer, North Carolina by Matt Donnelly

Streamliners at Spencer: UP 949 Union Pacific EMD at Spencer, North Carolina by Matt Donnelly

Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Locomotives.

Pennsylvania Railroad’s newest electric locomotives No. 4432 up front) are on the ready track in Meadows Yard, Kearny, NJ, March General Electric built these units in the early (Warren Thamsen)

Met BW locomotive, an electric locomotive, circa 1906

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Pennsylvania RR GG1 Locomotive which dominated the Northeast Corridor in the 40's, 50's & 60's!

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

NJ Transit Railroad, GE P40DC diesel-electric locomotive in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

NJ Transit Railroad, GE diesel-electric locomotive in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

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