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Chicago Passenger Terminal, aerial photo2757 viewsThis view of the C. P.T. looks north in the days when small airplanes could fly at will. The date is probably the early 1950's. The Madison St. entrance to the Terminal is visible. The Lake Street elevated crosses the throat of the tracks near the end of the train shed. While most details are too small, the overview shows the layout of the tracks and the path of the Chicago River. C&NW Trans Co. photo, submitted by Joe Pierson.
No. 400 Last "Twin Cities 400" Milwaukee, WI2756 viewsA pair of EMD E7ís pull the last 400 out of Milwaukee. The Third Ward Yard is ahead and then the Milwaukee River Bridge. Bob Ferge photo, 7-23-1963. Bob Baker collection.
Chicago Passenger Terminal, looking south2747 viewsThis view of the C.P.T. looks south over the train shed and then the back of the head house. The Lake Street elevated is in the near foreground and a stub-end baggage/express area just beyond. There is no date on the photo, but it is probably the early 1950's. The City of Chicago demanded the removal huge sign in the upper left in 1972. The UP withdrew its share of the sign, and its logo, in Oct. 1955 when the Streamliners were pulled. Sign rebuilt 1956. C&NW Trans Co. photo. Submitter, Joe Pierson
First Streamliner Marshalltown, IA2745 viewsThis photo of Union Pacific's Pullman-built M-10000 was taken in Marshalltown, Iowa. This 600 HP train toured the nation in 1934. Price collection.
E-8 5132744 viewsRTA 513, a former CNW E-8, pushes a scoot in Elmhurst, IL towards Chicago. Jim H. Yanke photo, 11-24-1984.

S-2 511 Harrison, WI2744 viewsHarrison was 18 miles west of Pelican Lake, WI on the Ashland Division. At Harrison, the C&NW interchanged cars with the Marinette, Tomahawk and Western Railroad. Photo taken 1940. Robert Stewart Collection.

No. 216 "Flambeau 400" Lac Du Flambeau, WI2744 viewsTrain #216 the Sourthbound Flambeau 400 stops for passengers at Lac Du Flambeau, Wisconsin. Gerald Widemark photo, 7-11-1965.
M&St.L Gas-Electric2737 viewsA Minneapolis and St. Louis gas-electric and streamlined passenger coach are at the Albia, IA depot, in the early 1950ís. Joe Barth photo, submitted by J. H. Yanke.
E8 5026B Milwaukee, WI2733 viewsE8 5026B and a trailing E8 are at the Milwaukee, WI depot. The C&NW originally purchased 21 E8's built from 1950 thru 1953. 5021A & B, 5022A & B each had a single steam generator. 5023A & B thru 5031A each had two steam generators. In the 1970's C&NW puchased used E units from other railroads for suburban service. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
S-2 511 Crandon, WI2728 viewsMy grandfather, Frank Stewart, was the regular engineer on mixed trains 711 and 716 between Pelican Lake and Crandon. Photo taken in 1940. Robert Stewart Collection.
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AC4400CW 8829 North Green Bay,WI2727 viewsGE 8829 brought in special for the 2003 CNWHS Annual Meet at Green Bay, WI. Chris Keating photo, May 17, 2003
Negaunee, MI "Peninsula 400"2724 viewsThe southbound Peninsula "400," (train 214, 240 on Sundays) in the Town of Negaunee, gets an early start on its run to Chicago. Photographer and Date unknown. Thanks to Bob Baker for identifying the location. The "400" left Negaunee each day at 7:16 AM (1944 schedule). Train 214 went via Manitowoc, #214 on Sunday ran via Fond du Lac. Submitted by Bill Hakkarinen
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