University of California, Berkeley
Large format photographs depicting locomotives of various manufacturers located in the eastern United States. Some views also include buildings of the manufacturers. Manufacturers include Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works (Paterson, N.J.), Baldwin Locomotive Works (M. Baird & Co., Philadelphia), Danforth Locomotive and Machine Company (Paterson, N.J.), Gilbert Car Manufacturing Co. (Troy, N.Y.) and Leighton Bridge and Iron Works (Rochester, N.Y.). The locomotives depicted were built for various railway companies in the U.S. and South America, including Chicago & North Western; Cleveland & Pittsburgh; Thomas Iron Company; Lehigh Valley; Union Pacific; Naugatuck; Southern Railway (Chile); Missouri Pacific; Morris & Essex; Georgia; New Haven, New London & Stonington; Lima & Huacho (Peru); Skaneateles; Yquique & La Noria (Peru); and Boston & Albany
University of California, Berkeley
Photographs show locomotives manufactured by the following companies: Burnham, Williams & Co. (Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia); South Pacific Co. ("Mallet Compound"); American Locomotive Company, New York; Central Pacific Railroad; and Union Pacific Railroad. Locations unidentified
Minnesota Historical Society
Views of Northern Pacific Railroad Company locomotives and trains, train collisions, railroad trestles, and shops and yards, including turntables
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Black and white photograph of the East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad (E.T. & W.N.C.) train No. 11 ("Tweetsie") at Hampton, Tennessee. A male arm, wearing wristwatch, hangs out of the window
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Stanford University
[1] Report of the Committee of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts, on the explosions of steam boilers. Part I, Containing the first report of experiments made by the Committee, for the Treasury of the U. States (1836) -- [2] General report of the explosions of steam-boilers / by a a committee of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts (1836) -- [3] Evidence showing the manner in which locomotive engines are used upon rail-roads : and the danger and inexpediency of permitting rival companies using them on the same road (1838) -- [4] Investigation of the causes of the explosion of the locomotive engine, "Richmond, " near Reading, Pa. on the 2d Sept. 1844 / Made at the request of Messrs. Norris, Brothers, Locomotive Engine Builders, Philadelphia by Dion Lardner (1844) -- [5] Locomotive testing at Purdue University (1894) -- [6] History of the first locomotives in America, together ... Read More
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
"An Erie Engine of about 1850. The smokestacks on some locamotives of the period were enormous.".
State Library of Western Australia
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department