Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Mammoth plate images. Fort Sheridan buildings and grounds. Railroad trains. Rockford with river, bridges, and railroad tracks in foreground
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
University of Washington
Photographs of Chicago Great Western and Northern Pacific Railroad trains including the North Coast Limited as well as photographs of Northern Pacific employees and operations
Denver Public Library
Railroad employees and men stand, or sit on and near a narrow gage Denver and Rio Grande locomotive, tender, and work car probably in San Juan County, Colorado. A Denver and Rio Grande train is on a slope in the distance. Shows mountains and low clouds
University of Oregon
Collection comprises four black and white photographs of railroad trains and railroad construction workers taken around 1912 in Portland and Eugene, Or. The photographs are of Southern Pacific railways and Portland Eugene and Eastern railways
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Photographs show Washington, D.C. Defense Train exhibit. Samples of essential articles for the war effort displayed in "Defense Special" railroad trains, which toured the country to acquaint manufacturers with the needs of the war effort
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Photographs created by James Scribbins related to railroads in Wisconsin. In PH 2518 are images of railroad trains and locomotives, both underway and in stations, 1946-1961. In PH 3134 are images of locomotives, a Mississippi River bridge, tracks, "idler" cars at a dock, and other aspects of operations of the Green Bay & Western Railroad in Wisconsin; accompanied by Scribbins' detailed caption list
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Albert Wood Collection consists of eight photographs and a photocopied magazine article relating to Albert Wood and his mother, Margaret, and their experiences during the Klondike gold rush. The photographs are of persons, railroad trains, ships, and city views. The magazine article is titled, "Father was a Teen-Age Prospector" by Mari B. Shaw and is from Alaska Magazine, December 1997
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Images taken by Ralph DeCamp (1858-1936), a landscape painter, illustrator, and photographer who spent his later years in Helena, Montana. Subjects include Gates of the Mountains; Mount Helena; Alice Creek; Sixteen Mile Canyon; Box Canyon; the Missouri River; Hilger Ranch; railroad trains and tracks; and other views taken in the Helena area. [Unprocessed Collection]