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David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 25 - BR SCOTTISH ...

On January 1st 1948, the former 'Big Four' railway companies: London North Eastern Railway (LNER); London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMSR); Great Western Railway (GWR) and Southern Railway (SR) were amalgamated to form the new British Railways.

Map of the Month

Belt Flyover: In 1976, the Belt Flyover had not yet been thought of. Actually, the flyover is only one year old (at the time this map was created). In 1976, Rio Grande had no need to run trains directly across from the Moffat to the Belt Line.

Train Video Depot - Official Site

Train Videos, Train DVDs, Blu-rays and Railroad Videos from Pentrex, Charles Smiley, Greg Scholl, 7Idea, CVision, Highball, Transit Gloria Mundi.

Route-One | Print-edition

The leading coach and bus industry news source. Connecting you to the latest coach and bus market reports, features, comment and analysis.

California Zephyr Train | Amtrak

Experience one of the most scenic train routes across the country on the California Zephyr Train. Hop on one of the daily routes between Chicago and San Francisco area.

Colorado Railroads

"The stage is gone. Utterly gone, with everything in it including all [the] back line, the solar and wind controllers, camp chairs, generators."

BackTrack Volume 23 (2009) - Steamindex

Backtrack magazine:illustrated journal about railway and locomotive history

Tunnel - Wikipedia

A tunnel is an underground passageway, dug through the surrounding soil/earth/rock and enclosed except for entrance and exit, commonly at each end. A pipeline is not a tunnel, though some recent tunnels have used immersed tube construction techniques rather than traditional tunnel boring methods.

Railfan Guides of the U.S.

INTERESTING MAPS Don't know what the source of the map imbedded on this page is, but it is interesting - it shows metadata about income, race, and housing costs for everywhere in the U.S.

Click on the map and draw a line. Double-click to end line.

Rails that Climb: The Story of the Moffat Road.: Edward T ...

Rails that Climb: The Story of the Moffat Road. [Edward T. Bollinger, Wilfred Stedman] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Classic history of David Moffat and his railroad, the opening of the Moffat Tunnel, and its transformation into a modern mainline.

Rollins Pass - Wikipedia

Rollins Pass, elevation 11,676.79 ft (3,559.09 m), is a mountain pass and active archaeological site in the Southern Rocky Mountains of north-central Colorado in the United States.

Chicago ''L''.org: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

A system as old, complex and eclectic as the "L" is bound to pose a few questions every now and then, even to the most experienced rider.So, below are a compilation of the most Frequently Asked Questions (also known as FAQs) about the Chicago "L" .

Wikimapia - Official Site

Wikimapia is an online editable map - you can describe any place on Earth. Or just surf the map discovering tonns of already marked places.

Colorado Railroads: Caboose Hobbies Future Clouded By ...

The changes of the last decade in Denver have been significant, to say the least. Denver Union Station went from Amtrak mausoleum, to a gutted hulk, to a thriving hub of light rail and a direct connection with Denver International Airport.

BackTrack Vol. 18 (2004) - Steamindex homepage

Backtrack magazine:illustrated journal about railway and locomotive history

Colorado Birding Society - COLORADO RARE BIRD ALERT AND ...

For Reporting Rare and Interesting Bird Sightings Please Use This Link (Updated to USGS Standards) Contact Colorado Birding Society's President, kostenrebecca(at)

Frequently Asked Questions about the Transcontinental Railroad

Frequently asked questions about the transcontinental railroad. Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum.