Trains May 2019

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What's in railroading's most famous photo?
By Kyle K. Wyatt
A.J. Russell's May 10, 1869, 'champagne photo'
 
The day of spikes and champagne
By Kyle K. Wyatt
May 10, 1869: A chronology
 
The Trains Map: Spikes across America
By Rick Johnson
Dates and locations for 27 completion celebrations
 
Making tracks
By Wendell W Huffman
How building 10 miles of track in one day, the stuff of legend, happened on April 28, 1869
 
No. 119, meet SD70ACe
By Tom Danneman
An artistic design honors the paint scheme worn by Union Pacific's famous 4-4-0 locomotive 150 years ago
 
This is the place
By James Belmont
Utah's rail heritage goes well beyond Promontory
 
A living landmark
By Jim Wrinn
A tree symbolizes the first transcontinental railroad and the people who built it
 
Vanishing icons
By Jim Wilke
What happened to the locomotives of the Golden Spike
 
In My Own Words: Firing the 'Golden Spike Centennial Limited'
By Al Phillips
Tales from one of the biggest 1969 observances
 
Ride this train!
Your 2019 railroad fun guide to tourist trains and railroad museums
 

A.J. Russell's May 10, 1869, 'champagne photo'
May 10, 1869: A chronology
Dates and locations for 27 completion celebrations
How building 10 miles of track in one day, the stuff of legend, happened on April 28, 1869
An artistic design honors the paint scheme worn by Union Pacific's famous 4-4-0 locomotive 150 years ago
Utah's rail heritage goes well beyond Promontory
A tree symbolizes the first transcontinental railroad and the people who built it
What happened to the locomotives of the Golden Spike
Tales from one of the biggest 1969 observances
 
Your 2019 railroad fun guide to tourist trains and railroad museums
A.J. Russell's May 10, 1869, 'champagne photo'
May 10, 1869: A chronology
Dates and locations for 27 completion celebrations
How building 10 miles of track in one day, the stuff of legend, happened on April 28, 1869
An artistic design honors the paint scheme worn by Union Pacific's famous 4-4-0 locomotive 150 years ago
Utah's rail heritage goes well beyond Promontory
A tree symbolizes the first transcontinental railroad and the people who built it
What happened to the locomotives of the Golden Spike
Tales from one of the biggest 1969 observances
 
Your 2019 railroad fun guide to tourist trains and railroad museums
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