Trainbd5.
No ID. On verso: “Taken at Long wharf crossing tack #25, New Haven, Conn., July 1892.” Card measures 7″ x 9″. VG. $125


Trainbd14.
No ID. Schenectady Locomotive Works advertising boudoir card, measuring 5.25″ x 8.5.” VG. $75


Trainbd15.
A.M. Powers, Schenectady, NY. Schenectady Locomotive Works advertising boudoir card for a Freight Locomotive, measuring 5.25″ x 8.5.” VG. $85


Trainbd16.
A.M. Power, Schenectady, NY. Schenectady Locomotive Works advertising boudoir card for a Passenger Locomotive, measuring 5.25″ x 8.5.” VG. $85


Trainbd17.
No ID. Train Wreck at Proctorville, Vermont, Jan. 13, 1888. Engine “Middlebury.” Boudoir Card. VG. $85


Trainbd18.
No ID. Train Wreck at Proctorville, Vermont, Jan. 13, 1888. Engine “Middlebury.” Boudoir Card. G. $65


Trainbd19.
No ID. Train Wreck at Proctorville, Vermont, Jan. 13, 1888. Engine “Middlebury.” Boudoir Card. VG. $65

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Trainbd24. No ID. Engine with “Fitchburg” and “216” on tender and engine. Engineer and two other men stand out front. G. $35


Trainbd25.  Boudoir Card Photo (5.25″ x 8.5″) by C.E. Lewis, Lebanon, N.H. titled Testing the New Hartford Bridge. (650 feet long.) 12 Locomotives, combined weight 854 Tons. Central Vermont Rail Road. Built by The Vermont Construction Company, St. Albans, Vermont. 1887. C.H. Clark, Engineer. Scene of the Late Accident. Hartford, Vermont. On Feb. 5, 1887, a frigid day with sub zero temperatures, the worst disaster in Vermont railroading history occurred. 37 people perished in a fire when the derailed train plummeted onto the ice, fifty were injured and 28 escaped. The train was the Boston-Montreal “Night Express.” G. $125