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The GM Futurliners (1940–1956) were a group of stylized buses designed in the 1940s by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM’s Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology. The Futurliners were used from 1940 to 1941 and again from 1953 to 1956. A total of 12 were built, and 9 were still known to exist as of 2007.
Chicago and North Western Railway by John F. Bjorklund – Center for Railroad Photography & Art
CNW, Little Lake, Michigan, 1974 Loading timber along the Chicago and North Western Railway in Little Lake, Michigan, on August 17, 1974. Photograph John F. Bjorklund, © 2015, Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Bjorklund-24-09-03.
CNW 4-6-2 #1538 - Chicago & North Western
Beautiful action shot by an unknown photographer of Chicago & Noth Western 4-6-2 Mikado #1538 pulling into the passenger staton in Arlington Heights, IL. Built by Alco-Schenectady in 1909, this group of Pacifics (#1530-1540) were the only Es delivered with 23" diameter cylinders - both the North Western and Alco came to the same conclusion and adopted 25" cylinders beginnning with 1541. Later, CNW shops superheated the class. The date is approximate based on the parked autos near the station.