Some US Railroads from Railroad Glory Days

Former Denver & Rio Grande Western, K-37 class, 2-8-2 No. 491 awaits its next assignment pulling ‘The Polar Express.’ She is on the ready track beside the roundhouse at the Colorado Railroad Museum: http://RailroadGloryDays.com/CRRM/index2.html#transporttuesday #railfans #SteamySunday #RailwayWednesday

The first cable car ran in San Francisco in 1873, said to be a solution of the hardship hourses had pulling cars up hills such as the one ahead in the photo (Nob Hill) on the California Street Cable line. Soon similar lines were popular all across the US. Most however, were quickly replace with electric street cars when they became practical. San Francisco’s survived because of the steepness of the hills and later, the resistance of its citizens to the removal of what had become an icon for the city.#transporttuesday #railfans #SteamySunday #RailwayWednesday

New story on Railroad Glory Days: Denver Union Station Renewal,
The good, the bad and the ugly.Read it here: http://Railroadglorydays.com/DenverUnionStation

#transporttuesday #railfans #SteamySunday #RailwayWednesday

White Pass & Yukon Route: Three GE shovelnosed units and 13 cars on the way to White Pass summit. Much More at http://RailroadGloryDays.com/WhitePass#transporttuesday #railfans #SteamySunday #RailwayWednesday

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