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Foster City
TitleFoster City's Morgan Lumber and Cedar Company steam hauling locomotive
Dateca. 1908
DescriptionPhotograph of Foster City's Morgan Lumber and Cedar Company's steam hauling locomotive, which began ...
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John Harsch, Loretto. July 21st., 1908. The Bunch that Turned the Tide
TitleJohn Harsch, Loretto. July 21st., 1908. The Bunch that Turned the Tide
DescriptionPhotograph of guests of contractor John Harsch, brought to Loretto to watch as the Sturgeon River wa...
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Wm. A. Holmes & Son logging crew
TitleWm. A. Holmes & Son logging crew
DescriptionPhotograph of William A. Holmes & Son crew, logging just across what became the Dickinson County lin...
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Felch Flyer
TitleFelch Flyer
DescriptionPostcard view of ""The Felch Flyer"", also called ""The Lightning Express"", crossing the railroad b...
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Railroad scene near Quinnesec, Mich.
TitleRailroad scene near Quinnesec, Mich.
Dateca. 1911
DescriptionPostcard view of a Wisconsin & Michigan Railway engine, coal tender and two passenger cars traveling...
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Union Depot and steam train
TitleUnion Depot and steam train
SubjectHoward City (Mich.)
DescriptionPostcard of Union Depot and steam locomotive
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Michigan Central Bridge
TitleMichigan Central Bridge
SubjectKalamazoo (Mich.)
DescriptionPostcard of Michigan Central Bridge
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First train into Howard City
TitleFirst train into Howard City
SubjectHoward City (Mich.)
DescriptionGrand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, first train into Howard City
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Railroad Notes
TitleRailroad Notes
DescriptionThree Brooks locomotives which arrived in Marquette last week via St Ignace are part of an order of ...
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Negaunee railway yards present lively appearance
TitleNegaunee railway yards present lively appearance
DescriptionNegaunee - The railway yards present a lively appearance. In the C&NW yards two engines are at work...
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New Locomotives
TitleNew Locomotives
DescriptionThe South Shore recieived three magnificient engines, yesterday, the first installment of a lot orde...
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Three more of the new passenger coaches arrived
TitleThree more of the new passenger coaches arrived
DescriptionThree more of the new passenger coaches arrived here yesterday morning and the first new baggage car...
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New passenger engines
TitleNew passenger engines
DescriptionOne, No 102, of the two new Baldwin passenger engines which were recieived by the DSS&A a few days a...
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New locomotives on the DSS&A
TitleNew locomotives on the DSS&A
DescriptionNew locomotives on the DSS&A are making their presence known by the near approach to card time, on w...
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At the shops
TitleAt the shops
DescriptionVistitors to the South Shore machine shop finds a different state of things now from that exisiting ...
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1929 Packard with President Roosevelt at a Pittsburgh train station
Title1929 Packard with President Roosevelt at a Pittsburgh train station
SubjectPackard automobile--History
Description8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1929 Packard three-quarter right front view, t...
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Locomotive "Ruby"
TitleLocomotive "Ruby"
Datec. 1880
DescriptionThis engine named "Ruby" was a wood burner built in Jackson, Mi sometime in the 1870s. She was assig...
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Train at Oakley, Kan., at the 1909 Glidden Tour
TitleTrain at Oakley, Kan., at the 1909 Glidden Tour
SubjectGlidden Tour (1909 : Detroit, Mich.)
Description4.5x6.75 black and white photograph of locomotive with train stopped in rural area, men on handcar, ...
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