Net Photo: NW 608 Norfolk & Western Steam at Roanoke, Virginia by Jeff Lisowski
This Milwaukee Road class locomotive was one of six streamlined steam engines built for the railroad of the same name, operating on the "Midwest Hiawatha" passenger service serving Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota.
One of New York Central’s two class Pacifics (Nos. 4915 and that the road streamlined in 1936 for the Chicago–Detroit Mercury appears to have the train well in hand. Famed industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss created the “upside-down bathtub” styling.
New York Central "Commodore Vanderbilt". 1935 First streamlined NYC steam locomotive. Designed by Carl Kantola.
A real-life steampunk monster - steam turbine locomotive.