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Princess Royal Pacific 46204 at Crewe, circa 1959

“Stanier Pacific 46204 Princess Louise built Crewe July 1935 and scrapped in June Seen here awaiting departure”

North American Rayon 1 (Another not so well known blue steam locomotives is in Elizabethton, TN. It is a fireless steam locomotive from the North American Rayon plant located in Elizabethton. Apparently the plant had a large capacity steam generating system and they would fill this thing up every morning and it would go all day doing duty shuffling cars about. It is now located at the Visitor Center on US 19E two blocks from the town's famous Covered Bridge.

The most famous blue steam locomotive in the USA is perhaps the Gulf, Mobile & Northern class Pacific number 425 that used to operate in excursion service on the Blue Mountain & Reading out of Hamburg, PA. Here is a shot of it under steam back in

Santa Fe steam locomotive #3768 entered service with the Santa Fe Rail Road in 1938

ATSF (Baldwin is at the Great Plains Transportation Museum in Wichita, KS. The locomotive entered service with the Santa Fe Railway in Photo by Great Plains Transportation Museum.

Flying Scotsman in London-York run

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Steam locomotive being loaded aboard ship by the Finnieston crane, #1930s!

Steam locomotive being loaded aboard ship by the Finnieston crane, Glasgow

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Railroaded: 9 Nifty Abandoned Train Car Graveyards Imagine ladders going up to the sides - people living in the cars like pueblo homes.

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Revisit Costa Rica´s railway history on the Monteverde Cloud Forest Train - Enchanting Costa Rica