Railroad Prints, Posters and Canvas Mats
Awesome Pictures from Days Past
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe #1
Santa Fe 2-8-0 #1, the “Cyrus K. Holliday,” was originally Santa Fe #132, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1880. It became #1 (and named for Santa Fe’s first president and a founder of Topeka, KS, Cyrus K. Holliday) in the early 1960s for use as an operating display.Click here to Purchase
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe #1010
AT&SF #1010 is a typical 2-6-2 "prairie" type built in the early 1900's. This loco helped to break the speed record between LA and Chicago.Click here to Purchase
Frisco #1630, a 2-10-0 "Russian" decapod type, named because they were designed for the Russian RR's in the 1940's.Click here to Purchase
Illinois Central #201
Illinois Central 201 is a unique 2-4-4T steam locomotive, originally owned and operated by Illinois Central Railroad. In 1949, the locomotive was operated at the Chicago Railroad Fair as part of the "Wheels A-Rolling" pageant. It is now on display at Illinois Railway Museum in Union.Click here to Purchase
Milwaukee Road #261
Built by ALCO in 1944, the locomotive is a 4-8-4 weighing 460,000 pounds, and is rated at a maximum horsepower of 4500 and maximum speed of 100 mph, is coal fueled. It had a 3 chime whistle and air horn mounted on it. It operated with the railroad until retiring in 1954Click here to Purchase
Nevada Northern #40
Built by Baldwin Locomotive works in 1910, it is a 4-6-0 designated for passenger service. It served on the Nevada Northern when it was a US Class 2 railroad as the main locomotive for the railroad's crack passenger train, the "Steptoe Valley Flyer". She was retired in 1941.Click here to Purchase
Rock Island #886
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific steam locomotive number 886, a 4-6-2 Pacific
type, was built by the American Locomotive Company in 1909 and had many
years of fine service on the Peoria-Chicago Rocket run before she was
retired. The engine originally cost $200,000
Sierra Railway #3
The locomotive, a 4-6-0 ten-wheeler, was built by the Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works in 1891, and it was given number 4493. It was built for the Prescott & Arizona Central Railway as their locomotive #3 and named W.N. Kelly after the company's treasurer.Click here to Purchase
Sierra Railway #3
"Sierra Railway No. 3 has appeared in more motion pictures, documentaries, and television productions than any other locomotive.Click here to Purchase
Sierra RR #34
the locomotive 2-8-2, a twelve wheeler, was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1924.Click here to Purchase
Southern Pacific #2472
Southern Pacific #2472 is a 4-6-2 Pacific-type steam locomotive built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for Southern Pacific Railroad (SP) in 1921. SP #2472 is one of three surviving Southern Pacific 4-6-2 Pacific locomotives.Click here to Purchase
Southern Pacific #3025
No. 3025 was built in 1904 by the American Locomotives Company's works in Schenectady, New York, and was purposefully constructed with extraordinarily tall driving wheels for high-speed passenger service, at 81" nearly the tallest ever built.Click here to Purchase
Union Pacific #4294
SP #4294 is a AC-12 class of 4-8-8-2 cab forward locomotive. The cab and firebox were at the front instead of the rear. This was needed for the long tunnels and snow sheds for mountainous terrain to keep smoke, fire and soot away from crew, so they could breathe clean air.Click here to Purchase
Union Pacific #3985
UP #3985 is an articulated 4-6-6-4 Challenger-type steam locomotive owned by Union Pacific Railroad. It was built in 1943 by the American Locomotive Company of Schenectady, NY. UP #3985 operated in its last "regular" train service in 1957 and she was retired about 1962.Click here to Purchase
Western Pacific #94
Built in 1909 by Alco-Brooks, #94 is a 4-6-0 type engine. #94 was pulled in 1953 and kept at the Oakland Roundhouse. Interestingly, No. 94 was not retired, but stored serviceable. Her last official trip was in 1960, and was donated in 1964 to the Western Railway Museum.Click here to Purchase
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Classic Mid Western & Western Steam Locomotives Photos, Prints, and Posters
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Many of the pictures are from the 1940's and 1950's, some even older. We offer these exceptional Vintage Poster Prints and poster reproductions in the highest possible Museum and gallery Quality for all kinds of displays. We restore all photos and posters to their original condition, by scanning at high resolutions and employ a digital restoration process to eliminate damaged, stained, dis-colored works back to life!
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