Member Wayne Sherwin uses his skills with Adobe Photo Shop to create some interesting "what if" images.
A theoretical streamlined steam engine lineup from the 1940s at Ivy City. (Left, click to enlarge.)
We can dream of seeing a T1 class duplex-drive 4-4-4-4 steam locomotive passing through Ivy City in Washington, DC during the heyday of the Pennsylvania Railroad. (Right, click to enlarge.)
Many John Ford movies would have been ruined by this notional railroad in Monument Valley. (left)
Amtrak could rival Niagara Falls' famous tour boat, The Maid of the Mist, with this new alignment. (right)
If railroads were freed from the constraints created
by low clearances, the sky would be limit on intermodal profits,
as demonstated by the image on the left.
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