Monday, December 1, 2014
Aristocrat of the Rails - 1926
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What a great image on this postcard. The big Iron Horse!ReplyDelete
Today, that seems like such a long time to me, 20 hours, but then again, I'm not sure of the distance. Thinking of the new bullet trains and how fast they are, I guess :-)ReplyDelete
'speed and security' - i like that motto.ReplyDelete
My Grandpa worked on these trains (many years ago, he was retired by the time I was born). I bet he would have liked this photo!ReplyDelete
Love those trains.ReplyDelete
I really love this. I wish I would ride the rails at least once :) that would be memorable.ReplyDelete