Southern Pacific Engine 1673 which has a new house at the train depot, Friday July 19, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz.
The "William Crooks," Pioneer Railroad Locomotive in America's Northwest, comes back to where it was built 78 years ago and receives a welcome from several thousand people in Paterson, N.J. on March 27, 1939. The old engine came from St. Paul, Minn., under its own power, enroute to the New Y…
The "Thatcher Perkins," built in 1863 for the Baltimore and Ohio R.R, is shown in Chicago on July 12, 1948. A four-six-0, the locomotive was one of the first coal burners and is being exhibited at the Chicago Railroad Fair. (AP Photo)
The "William Crooks," a wood-burning locomotive built in 1861 by Smith and Jackson Builders in Paterson, N.J., is shown in Chicago on July 15, 1948. The four-four-0 engine was operated in the first division of the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad and was designed by railroaders to indicate the …
Two federal railroad commissioners on an inspection trip sit on the pilot of this wood-burning locomotive over newly built sections of the Central Pacific Railroad in Promonotory, Utah on May 10, 1869. The railroad, then being built eastward across Nevada, was to meet the westward building U…
An illustration of old time railroads is shown in an undated photo. (AP Photo)
Southern Pacific Engine 1673 which housed at the train depot. Photo taken Friday July 19, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz.
Train whistles near residential areas can be viewed as charming or a nuisance. The point is now moot in Marana, which has arranged to have eight crossings designated as a quiet zone.
No, this isn't the train that was held up. The Morgue Lady just wants a photo of a train. Southern Pacific Engine 1673 which has a new house at the train depot,Friday July 19, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. This historic locomotive will have a ribbon cutting in September. Photo by James S. Wood.
Scott Ryan kisses his daughter Juliauna as she het up with him following his truck/train collision at Old Nogales Highway and Teton Rd. on Wednesday, June 1, 2005. Ryan was driving the truck alone and did not see the train coming until it was too late. The train hit his pickup and turned it …
The Epes Randolph Plaza near Hi Corbett Field honors a man who was instrumental in rail development here.
Catch a glimpse of a large bust of a man flanked by what look like gargantuan barbells and you might well wonder, is this a monument to Arnold Schwarzenegger or some other bodybuilder?
A towering railroad boxcar on pillars still turns the heads of motorists traveling down a busy commercial street in midtown. The yellow freight car reads - "Excalibur Center" - and it overlooks East 22nd Street, just east of South Craycroft Road.
A railroad boxcar hoisted onto two pillars bears the name of a small-business complex started nearly 40 years ago by Virgil Dile, owner of a store that formerly sold usable merchandise from damaged freight cars.
For Mark Matos, the decision to break up his popular Tucson band
Campo Bravo came in the form of an enlightening acid trip.
WASHINGTON — A Colorado company said it created 4,231 jobs with
the help of President Obama's economic recovery plan. The real
number: fewer than 1,000.
The east end of downtown has become a gridlocked mess during
morning rush hour when people are heading west on Congress