Railroads

Taxonomy

Code

Scope note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms

Railroads

Equivalent terms

Railroads

  • UF Iron horses (Railroads)
  • UF Lines, Railroad
  • UF Rail industry
  • UF Rail lines
  • UF Rail transportation
  • UF Railroad industry
  • UF Railroad lines
  • UF Railroad transportation
  • UF Railway industry
  • UF Railways

Associated terms

Railroads

37 Collections results for Railroads

37 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

George Rodgers and workers marking completion of railway spur at Albina Engine & Machine Works, Portland

Photograph showing Albina Engine & Machine Works president George Rodgers holding a sledgehammer over the last spike for a new railway spur as a group of Albina shipyard workers doff their hats. A cropped version of this photograph was published on the front page of the Oregon Journal final edition on Saturday, November 7, 1942. The photograph had the following caption: “THE A. B. & T. RAILWAY (Albina, Berlin & Tokyo), Albina Engine & Machine works men call this spur from the main line to the yard, because it hooks up Albina with the waterfronts of the world. George Rodgers, company president, drives the ‘golden’ spike to complete the spur.” The number 122 is written on the negative and is visible in the lower right corner of the image. See related image No. 375A0393.

George Rodgers and workers marking completion of railway spur at Albina Engine & Machine Works, Portland

Photograph showing Albina Engine & Machine Works president George Rodgers holding a sledgehammer over the last spike for a new railway spur as a group of Albina shipyard workers doff their hats. A similar photograph, image No. 375A0393, was published on the front page of the Oregon Journal final edition on Saturday, November 7, 1942. That photograph had the following caption: “THE A. B. & T. RAILWAY (Albina, Berlin & Tokyo), Albina Engine & Machine works men call this spur from the main line to the yard, because it hooks up Albina with the waterfronts of the world. George Rodgers, company president, drives the ‘golden’ spike to complete the spur.” The number 123 is written on the negative and is visible in the lower right corner of the image.

Bus lying on railroad tracks

Photograph of unidentified people gathered around a bus lying on its side on railroad tracks. The bus appears to have fallen down the slope on the left side of the photograph. The damaged wall shown in image No. 371N3123 may be related to this crash.

Bus lying on railroad tracks

Photograph of a group of unidentified people gathered around a bus lying on its side on railroad tracks. The bus appears to have fallen down the slope on the left side of the photograph. The damaged wall shown in image No. 371N3123 may be related to this crash.

Bus lying on railroad tracks

Photograph of an unidentified man examining a bus that is lying on its side on railroad tracks. The bus, which has a destination sign for Portland on the front, appears to have fallen down the slope on the right side of the photograph. The damaged wall shown in image No. 371N3123 may be related to this crash.

Bus lying on railroad tracks

Photograph of two unidentified men looking at a bus that is lying on its side on railroad tracks. On the front of the bus is a destination sign for Portland. The bus appears to have fallen down the slope on the right side of the photograph. The damaged wall shown in image No. 371N3123 may be related to this crash.

Trestle bridge

Car driving across a trestle bridge. Transcription from slide: “Duble deck bridg constucted with round timber.”

United States. War Department. Spruce Production Division

Trestle bridge

Painting of a train on a trestle bridge in an unidentified valley. Transcription from back: “Painted by Peterson Toft.”

Toft, Peter Petersen, 1825-1901

Results 1 to 28 of 37