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Date: 05/29/07 04:13

Author: SP6190

All photos taken in Chicago IL.

#1 593 9-28-76 Photo by Joe Quinn Lakeshore

#2 723 6-10-78 Photo by John Benson

#3 720 4-30-77 Photo by James Claflin








Date: 05/29/07 04:13

Author: SP6190

#4 617 7-1-77 Photo by Joe Quinn

#5 214 9-18-76 Photo by Joe Quinn

#6 225 5-76 Photo by Joe Quinn








Date: 05/29/07 04:14

Author: SP6190

#7 447 6-77 Photo by Joe Quinn

#8 206 6-77 Photo by Joe Quinn

#9 322 9-21-79 Photo by Joe Quinn








Date: 05/29/07 04:15

Author: SP6190

#10 447 5-19-79 Photo by John Picarelli

#11 284 5-19-79 Photo by John Picarelli

#12 591 6-77 Photo by Joe Quinn








Date: 05/29/07 16:17

Author: ProAmtrak

Man, Chicago was somethin' else even then! Keep 'em comin'!



Date: 05/30/07 13:43

Author: Evan_Werkema

SP6190 Wrote:

> #1 593 9-28-76 Photo by Joe Quinn Lakeshore

Hmmm... is that the look of a steam generator being started, or one coming to an abrupt stop?


> #2 723 6-10-78 Photo by John Benson

Never seen fuel tender 400 on a train before. Did the pooches actually have provision for transferring fuel from the tender, or was it just in transit? MRSLIDES? Photo #10 demonstrates that red and silver fading and peeling within a decade is not a recent phenomenon...



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