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The fabulous Raymond Loewy styled GG1 No 4800

The fabulous Raymond Loewy styled No 4800

Steam locomotive being loaded aboard ship by the Finnieston crane, #1930s!

Steam locomotive being loaded aboard ship by the Finnieston crane, Glasgow

“City of San Francisco,” San Francisco, California Historic 1938 Photo, San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection

braxton and yancey: RAYMOND LOEWY - FATHER OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Raymond Loewy French born, handsome, brilliant and a snappy dresser.

Old Steam Locomotive, train, tog, vehicle, transportation, oldie, clouds, bushes, abandoned, rusty, history, wheels, curves, photo.

Old Steam Locomotive, train. My 2 year old son would LOVE to see this

This is the only surviving streamlined Hudson and a beautiful example of a yellow steam locomotive. It is C number 490 and on display at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.

Chesapeake & Ohio, Hudson Class L - This is the only surviving streamlined Hudson and a beautiful example of a yellow steam locomotive. It is C&O number 490 and on display at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.

Der Design-Pioneer und Vater der Stromlinie Raymond Loewy hatte erste Skizzen für den richtungweisenden Omnibus schon 1944 angefertigt, zehn Jahre bevor das ...

The GM Scenicruiser, manufactured exclusively for The Greyhound Corporation, was a three-axle monocoque two-level coach used by Greyhound from July 1954 into the

NS 1074 is painted as a Lackawanna RR unit. The Lackawanna was short for The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company

NS 1074 is painted as a Lackawanna RR unit. The Lackawanna was short for The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company

RAYMOND LOEWY, DISEÑADOR DEL PAQUETE DE LUCKY STRIKE | Eupsike Weblog

RAYMOND LOEWY, DISEÑADOR DEL PAQUETE DE LUCKY STRIKE

Heaviest+Steam+Locomotive | ... these were the heaviest reciprocating steam locomotives ever built

In 1944 the railroad acquired seven from the Lima Locomotive Works. Considered to be the heaviest locomotives ever produced.

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Net Photo: CO 490 Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Steam at Baltimore, Maryland by Bill Hakkarinen

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