Continuing our acknowledgment of contributors to this site, we mention Wayne Koch of Mount Kisco, New York has shared a wide variety of images from his collection. Through his efforts images have come to me from the collections of Carl Weber, William D. Volkmer, and others.

Jerry A. Tyler of Whitehall, Michigan contributed several Grand Trunk Western photos. Donna Harrison-Rodeghiero provided a number of images, especially of Frisco steam.

A number of images have been scanned from postcards, and another group comes from photos appearing in the 1951 edition of World Railways, jointly published in 1951 by Rand McNally & Company in the U.S. and Sampson Low, Marston & Co., Ltd. in Great Britain. Finally, many images of special interest to me have been purchased through various eBay sellers.

For other contributors to this collection, please see the preceding page.

Click on the selections below to bring up a full size image with commentary. You can also page through the collection sequentially. (The beginning of Part 3 will page back to Part 2, and the end of part 3 will page forward to part 4). For further enjoyment explore all the links at left.

Dr. Richard Leonard

Note: In the specifications for these locomotives, cylinder dimensions are stated as diameter times stroke (e.g., 26x30). The abbreviation p.s.i. applied to boiler pressure designates pounds per square inch.