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$1303 bids

This print has been identified as the Santa Fe Roundhouse from 1946. Don't much see the roundhouse, but do see a lot of different trains and rail workers. Very cool historic photo of a now prote

$703 bids

There is around 300 postcards in this book, appears to be full. They are not glued in and may be removed easily. All appear to be various tourist locations and scenes throughout the United States as

$703 bids

Great looking police officer badge from the New Jersey Central Reading Lines, Reading Co Central Railroad. Back of the badge shows no maker mark and has an applied number 61R. The original New Jerse

$503 bids

So many tokens fill this riker and they are unsorted. Judging by just what is visible, there are a lot more Los Angeles Railway tokens than any other, but there are still a decent amount of various o

$1502 bids

This poster appears to be a rare version of this 20th Century Limited New York Central System. The image is a wonderful streamlined locomotive in motion and would be from the late 1930s. Nicely fram

$602 bids

Great and hard to find hat badge for the Pacific Electric Lines in Los Angeles. This rail motor coach badge was manufactured by Bastian Bros of New York and was union made with yellow and red enameli

$402 bids

Nice lot of four Adlake railroad keys. Keys are stamped with a series of numbers and letters with railway identifying letters for Union Pacific; Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and others.

$1002 bids

Interesting reproduction of the Pacific Electric streetcar route in Los Angeles. Map shows the routes throughout the area and gives a brief history of the formation and heyday of this public transpor

$402 bids

Pretty graphics on these Seatrain Lines, Inc stock certificates. Each was purchased by J. (James) Stillman Rockefeller (b1902-2004), grand nephew of prominent John D. Rockefeller and married the gran

$702 bids

Very nicely framed is this print of an original art piece called Warbonnet from artist John Hugh Coker. It is a limited edition, 55/250 with COA and is artist signed and numbered with the COA being s

$501 bid

Great 1911 panoramic gelatin silver print featuring all the people who were probably on this train ride from San Jose to Puget Sound in Washington state. This photo was taken in front of the train in

$201 bid

Someone made great use of this vintage Motorola three ring binder and turned it into a photo album then filled it with pictures of locomotives from around the US. There are also tracks and depot phot

$201 bid

Nice lot with a good variety of buttons for railway worker uniforms. Buttons are for Pullman, Motorman, Brakeman, Conductor and one for New York Central and Santa Fe. Superior, Scovill, and other ma

$301 bid

This cool photo features a woman riding on a velocipede which is identified as Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. Nicely framed with matte. Appears to be a reprint from original. Frame meas

$201 bid

Nice lot of lapel pins for a few various railways that include Union Pacific, Santa Fe and Southern Pacific. Each is nicely enameled with railroad info and will come on a velvet lined display.

$301 bid

This great collection of rates and regulations books are from mostly Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe but include some Union Pacific and other railway worker information, repair manuals and brochures.

$301 bid

Nice lot of railroad related hats. One appears to be a conductor hat with no badge. No identification inside, just shows the Union label and size, 7 1/4 attached to a pocket. The other is for a Pul

$401 bid

Wonderful vintage 1964 calendar from the Spokane-Portland & Seattle Railway System. Calendar is December so it has been used, but is very well preserved. Image is the train along the Columbia Rive

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