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Train engines

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Train engines. Get inspired and try out new things.
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No, I didn't accidentally put the J on the list twice. And as much of a Reading die-hard as I may be, none of the bathtub streamliners really did it for me.

New York Central Railroad's jet-powered car during a test run between Butler, Indiana and Stryker, Ohio 1966

“New York Central Railroad's jet-powered car during a test run between Butler, Indiana and Stryker, Ohio 1966”

Streamliner E7 GMtraintomorrow2

(click on all images for full-sized viewing pleasure) (first posted 7/16/2012) It’s been a long, hot day, and I need to cool off – time to take a bike ride […]

Crazy Cold Start Diesel Locomotive Engines and Sound I ALCO LOCO - YouTube

This video features Crazy Cold Start Diesel Locomotive Engines and Sound. If you wanna see some crazy cold start locomotive engines watch this video and if y...

Tragic: Leslie Cacy fell out the train at 5.30pm on Saturday as it went over the Royal Gorge route (stock image)

Leslie Cacy (right, with her husband Devon), 28, was standing in a door opening on the back of the Royal Gorge Railroad train when she fell and was run over around four miles from Canon City, Colorado.

Union Pacific's M-10005 trainset (Pullman-Standard/Electro-Motive/Winton Engine), the "City Of Denver", is on display at Denver Union Station on June 14, 1936 a few days before the new streamliner officially entered service (June 18). Otto Perry photo/colorized by Patty Allison.  by American-Rails.com on Twitter

Union Pacific's M-10005 trainset (Pullman-Standard/Electro-Motive/Winton Engine), the "City Of Denver", is on display at Denver Union Station on June 14, 1936 a few days before the new streamliner officially entered service (June 18). Otto Perry photo/colorized by Patty Allison. by American-Rails.com on Twitter

Funny Bumper Stickers You Don't See Everyday - Yeah! Motor

Some of the most incredible facts about engines. Jet engine facts, car engine facts, train engine facts, steam engine facts, engine photos and more.

Baltimore & Ohio 2-8-8-4 #7615 (EM-1) is seen here on Sand Patch on August 26, 1954. A few years later these behemoths were renumbered into the 600 series to make way for newly arriving diesels.

Baltimore & Ohio 2-8-8-4 #7615 (EM-1) is seen here on Sand Patch on August 26, 1954. A few years later these behemoths were renumbered into the 600 series to make way for newly arriving diesels.